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Sister Beatrice, Superintendant of Providence Hospital in garden with another nun and St. Bernard dogs. c.1890. General Photograph Collection, HSW
Incredible Photo of Sister Beatrice, a Nun and Two St. Bernard Dogs from the 1890s
Take a look at this incredible photo of Sister Beatrice, the superintendent of Providence Hospital, and two St. Bernard dogs from somewhere in the 1890s. Learn more about Providence Hospital here.
Aerial view of Washington, D.C., looking south, southwest, from old Providence Hospital, showing E Street, Duddington Place, F Street, S.E., between 1st and 2nd Streets
Uncovering the Past: Identifying Old Buildings in an Aerial View of E Street in Washington, D.C. Around 1900
What does Washington D.C. used to look like? Take a look at this aerial view of E Street around 1900 and try to identify some of the old buildings. Come uncover the past with us!
Providence Hospital in the early 1900s (Library of Congress)
The History of Providence Hospital and the Fight to Save Providence Park
Learn the history of Providence Hospital, the oldest hospital in Washington, DC, and the fight to save Providence Park, the green space that now occupies the original hospital site.
Sonoma Restaurant and Wine Bar. Photo credit: Jennifer Kolansky
If Walls Could Talk: Sonoma Restaurant and Wine Bar
Sonoma interior Last week’s winner of the “If Walls Could Talk” poll was Sonoma Restaurant and Wine Bar. They altered the look and feel of the tavern-heavy block of Pennsylvania between 2nd and 3rd St. SE and have been satisfying discerning palates with sophisticated wine and charcuterie since the fall of 2005. I’m excited to branch out to a different neighborhood for this next IWCT and judging by the popularity of this place, I’m hoping this will be a well-liked...

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