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Exploring Friendship Heights and Chevy Chase with a 1909 Map
Take a look at this cool old 1909 map of the area around Friendship Heights & Chevy Chase. Thanks to GoDCer Claire, we can now explore this part of DC with a vintage map. Enjoy!
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1900s Frozen in Time at 14th and Pennsylvania Avenue
This incredibly detailed photo of Pennsylvania tells a story when you zoom in. Read the post to learn more.
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A Look Back at Howard University and St. John's College Football Teams in 1904 and 1906
Take a look back at Howard University and St. John's College football teams from 1904 and 1906. Check out the cool photos and learn about how the school has changed over time.
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Exploring the Harvard St. Bridge in Washington, DC
Take a look back in time to explore the Harvard St. Bridge in Washington, DC. This bridge crosses Rock Creek Park and has been a part of the city since 1909. See a photo of the old bridge and learn more here.
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A Look at the Chesapeake & Ohio Canal in 1909
Get a glimpse of the Chesapeake & Ohio Canal in 1909! View a photo of four boats crossing the Potomac Aqueduct Bridge owned by the Canal Towage Co. Learn more here.
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Uncovering the Past: A Look at the First Congregational Church in Washington DC in 1909
Explore the past with us as we take a look at the First Congregational Church in Washington DC in 1909. Uncover the history with this wonderful old photo found at Dig DC.
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A Rare Look at the Area Around Brightwood in 1907
Take a rare peek at Brightwood in 1907 by exploring this historic map. GoDCer Ian emailed us about this unique artifact. Enjoy!
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Exploring a 1907 Map of the Land Around the National Cathedral
Check out this 1907 map of the land around the Washington National Cathedral. See how the land was owned by the Protestant Episcopal Cathedral Foundation, and notice the land owned by Francis Newlands of the Chevy Chase Land Company.
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Exploring the Rural Landscape of Chevy Chase in 1907
Explore a historic view of Chevy Chase, MD in 1907 with this map showing the area's rural landscape before development. It looks like the Shoemaker family owned quite a bit of land in the area back then.
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Taking a Look at Georgetown Maps from 1903
Take a journey through Georgetown's past with these detailed maps from 1903. Explore the buildings that still stand today and leave your comments below.
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