Here’s a fascinating old photo from President Ford’s Administration. It was taken on August 10th, 1974. That’s important because Nixon resigned the previous day (remember,
I was poking around the archives of both The Washington Post and The Washington Times to come across a gem of a story to share and
As dismal as this fall has been for fans of the Washington football franchise (want an illustrated history book for Christmas?), the 1954 season might
This is a series of photos that we found at the Smithsonian. It shows the Dunbar Hotel, a building that used to sit on the
Here is an ad from The Evening Star printed on Saturday, September 14th, 1912 (seven weeks later Woodrow Wilson was elected president — and he
We need your help … this is a photo from the Library of Congress showing a home in Cherrydale. Can anyone identify this home (if
This is pretty cool. We were inspired by the photo we found of Baltimore yesterday. We found this on the Japan Space Imaging website, thanks
This is a great picture, shared by GoDCer Mike, showing Harry Atwood, taking off from the South Lawn of the White House. This photo was
This is a terrific old photograph from the south tower of Healy Hall. It’s looking over the Potomac River toward the Washington Monument in 1890.
Is this right? We need your help. We’re doing a little pre-posting for the next week and came across this fascinating photo. It appears to
I came across an article in the Washington Times about three giants of the Washington police force … and I mean real “giants,” as in
Amazing find on the Library of Congress website. This is a map of Alexandria done by George Washington somewhere around 1749.