Take a look at this remarkable view down Pennsylvania Avenue in about 1921. So stunning.
Looking at this photo, I had to do a little digging on the Anti-Flirt Club. This is amazing. Well, it turns out that there is
This photo is of the old Dome gas service station in Takoma (or possibly Takoma Park). The caption says Takoma Park, but according to this
Here’s a shot of typical life in Southwest Washington back in the 1950s. You’re looking at a corner store at 4th and M St. SW.
What a great photograph. We came across this one on Flickr.
Curious why it's named Anacostia? Check out the history which goes back to Captain John Smith in the 17th century.
This is a guest post by John (from The Lion of Anacostia), cross-posted here. While trying to confirm President Hayes visited Douglass at Cedar Hill, I came across this
I haven’t done one of these in a while … so, GoDCer Jon, this is for you. A quick Washington Post search uncovered an article
A number of GoDCers have been asking for more east of the river stuff (including our GoDCer friend Ayanna) … so here’s another cool advertisement
Due to restricted air space, this view of the White House from above is nearly impossible to get today. Source: Library of Congress
This is classic. We found an article in the Washington Post from May 7th, 1967, detailing the klutzy maneuvers of then-presidential candidate, George Romney (and
Amid the implosion of yet another DC council member this week (what part of public trust don’t you guys understand?), it’s only apropos to post a
We love old predictions of the future like this. This was an article from The Washington Post printed on December 18th, 1953, the day after