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If Walls Could Talk: Madam’s Organ

Today, 2461 18th St. NW is one of the more popular late-night destinations in the rowdy Adams Morgan neighborhood. Far from it’s days as a store where you could buy a crib.

Miriam Auerbach Wolf: From High School Student to Real Estate Executive

Miriam Auerbach Wolf was born in Washington D.C. in 1924. She graduated from Central High School and became a French teacher in the 1950s. She later became the first woman to become a life member of the “Million-Dollar Sales Club” of the Washington Board of Realtors and was awarded several awards from the Board of Realtors for her residential transactions.

man checking out parking meters in 1938

When Did DC Get Parking Meters?

This brilliant, money making nuisance was first installed in Oklahoma City in 1935 to help reduce congestion and encourage parking turnover.

Ebbitt House in 1865 as photographed by Matthew Brady (Wikipedia)

Old Ebbitt Grill History

What is the history of Washington’s famous Old Ebbitt Grill? It was founded in 1856 as the city’s first saloon.

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