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Aerial view of the Washington Navy Yard, looking east (top). This shot shows the Navy Yard’s borders: M Street on the north (left); the waterfront on the south; 11th street on the east, and 2nd street on the west (foreground). On the right bank of the river is Anacostia, September 1963. NHHC Photograph Collection, Navy Subject Files, Washington Navy Yard. (214).
Aerial Views of the Washington Navy Yard Before, During, and After President Kennedy's Assassination
Take a look at the Washington Navy Yard before, during, and after President Kennedy's assassination with these aerial views from the 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s.
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A Glimpse Into Life in Southwest Washington Between 1900s and 1910s
Take a look at a photo from southwest Washington between 1900s and 1910s, courtesy of Streets of Washington. Get a glimpse into the daily life of this time period and see how much has changed.
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Herzog's Seafood Restaurant: A Washington, D.C. Dining Legacy
Where was Herzog's famous sea food restaurant in Washington, DC? And, what did it look like?
1909 map of D.C. waterfront in southwest
Celebrating our First Birthday with a Look at the Transformation of Washington's Waterfront
Celebrate our first birthday by taking a look at how much the Washington waterfront has changed since 1909. See the ambitious development projects that are transforming the area and the map of the waterfront from 1909.

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