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Hotel Washington entrance

Three Stories From Hotel Washington

If you've lived in D.C. for a while, you'll remember the good old days when the W Hotel was actually Hotel Washington, the historic and storied hotel near the White House. I remember having...
D. Mullany's Saloon at 14th and E St. NW in 1913

Three Lost D.C. Saloons

We haven’t done a good “Three Things …” post in a while, so here’s one listing three old saloons in Washington. We dug through the old newspaper archives and came across a classified listing...
Swearing in of Dwight Davis as Assistant Secretary of War on March 5th, 1923

Three Secretaries of War and Where They Lived

We thought it would be interesting to do a little research on old members of the Cabinet and see where they used to live. Below we dug up some stories about three Secretaries of...

Three Things About the CIA’s Langley Headquarters

CIA headquarters are in Langley, Virginia and have been since 1961 when President Kennedy dedicated the new building.
The Dresden at 2126 Connecticut Ave. NW

Three Stories About the Dresden

We noticed last week that there were a few searches on our site for The Dresden, that beautiful building at 2126 Connecticut Ave. NW. The building is a step back into old Washington, when...
Ghost Dog is hard at work, surfing the web

Three of Ghost Dog’s Favorite Sites

Ghost Dog is back! She’s been a little lazy this summer, not really adding much to the blog, but this time, she’s sharing three of her favorite DC-related blogs. 1. Greater Greater Washington David...
McKinley Tech

Three Stories About McKinley Tech

We received the following tweet the other day from GoDCer @HaroldPettigrew, and thought it was a good idea to dig up some stories on McKinley Tech. Always a great read on one of my...
Warren Buffett

Three People You Didn’t Know Were From D.C.

Warren Buffett, Ben Feldman, and Patch Adams were all from the Washington DC area.
The Mayflower Hotel

Three Bits of Trivia About the Mayflower Hotel

Source: Library of Congress The “Grande Dame of Washington” has seen so much history that it’s difficult to do a post listing just three bit of trivia. Nevertheless, the building that has seen guests...