We stumbled upon a fascinating article from The Washington Post from March 1968, written by Elizabeth Shelton. The headline was "Democratic Women Get Preview of Year 2000" and some of it was incredibly prescient. Read on to learn more about the predictions of Dr. Anthony Wiener of the Hudson Institute.
See the incredible transformation of the O Street Market from 1959 to today. Check out how this landmark has changed, and the similarities that remain. Visit the Historical Society of Washington, D.C. to learn more!
Explore the transformation of Thomas Jefferson Street in Georgetown from 1899 to present day with this Then and Now comparison. See the same buildings in the Library of Congress photo and on Google Street View. Share it with your friends on Twitter and Facebook!
Take a trip back in time and explore the intersection of King Street and Market Street in Leesburg today. See what the area looked like around 1920 with a look at the historic photo and Google Street View.
We found an undated photo of a firehouse from the 1930s or 1940s at the Library of Congress. Discover the amazing fact that the firehouse is still there and take a look at the Google Street View of it.
Check out this amazing building in Silver Spring, Maryland! Built in 1927, the National Guard Armory is still standing today. Take a look at the photo and map to learn more about this amazing structure.
Take a journey back in time to the suburbs of 1906 Washington, D.C. and explore the Kenesaw Building in Mt. Pleasant. Learn about its history, famous resident, and the opposition it faced in construction.
Take a journey through time with these photos of Lafayette Park near the White House. See how the statues have barely changed over the last 100 years, but the surroundings have! Click the images below for a closer look.
Take a journey back in time with this "Then and Now" shot of the old Riggs National Bank across from the Department of Treasury. See the 1919 and today's shot from Google Street View. Follow @GhostsofDC on Twitter for more updates.
Get to know the history of the Boulder Bridge of Rock Creek Park, designed by Captain Lansing H. Beach and constructed in 1902. Learn about its designer, Major General Beach, and the Melan method of construction used for the span.
Compare photos from 1921 and today at the intersection of Columbia Rd. and Sherman Ave. NW in Washington, D.C. See the same row of homes still standing and read about the automobile accident that happened there in 1921.