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Remembering Washington's Ludington Airlines: The Airline That Set a World Record in 1932
The Ludington brothers set a world record for air passengers carried in 1932. Learn about Washington's Ludington Airlines and the astonishing feat of getting from Washington to New York City in two hours!
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Faces of Yesterday: Dime Messenger Service Boys Working in Washington D.C. in 1912
Remembering the Dime Messenger Service boys who worked in Washington D.C. in 1912. Meet Eddie Tahoory and Earle Griffith, two young boys working at the headquarters at 1228 H St. NW. Discover the stories behind the faces of yesterday.
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The Beatles' First Concert in the U.S. Was at Washington Coliseum
The Beatles' first live performance in America was in Washington, D.C. on February 11th, 1964. They played at the Washington Coliseum after arriving at Union Station from New York City.
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