Take a look at this stunning, never-before-seen old photograph of the Washington Monument, as viewed from the old State, War, and Navy Building. Get a unique angle of the Monument and learn more about a historic building in our nation's capital.
Take a look back at the first Red Scare of the 20th century, when a communist protest outside the State, War and Navy Building in 1928 led to the arrest of 29 people. Learn more about the International Defense League of America and the labor movement pushing socialist or communist ideologies on the working class.
Are people today less trusting, more wary, and more aware? A century ago, when a man asked what would prevent him from planting a bomb, the response was vastly different. Read this blog post to see how times have changed.
This incredible photo of the State, War, and Navy Building in Washington, D.C. was taken by William Henry Jackson some time near the end of the 19th century. View the high-resolution shot and related articles at GhostsofDC.org.