Built in 1924 the bank was designed by Alfred C Bossom in association with Jules Henri de Sibour, Washington's leading Beaux-Arts architect...615-621 14th Street, NW..Ca. 1930
The John A. Wilson Building (1350 Pennsylvania Avenue). Orginally named the District building, it was constructed in 1904-08 and was remaned in 1994 to honor the long time city council member John A Wilson.
Build in 1868 to host the annual Decoration (now Memorial) Day festivities at the cemetery. It was used until 1920 when the new ampitheater opened.
Marker on the wall inside Baltimore & Potomac Railroad Station honoring President James Garfield. The star on the floor marks the spot where he was assassinated by Charles Guiteau.
Unknown Soldier from World War I being taken from the USS Olympia at the Washington Navy Yard and transported to the US Capitol to lay in state. On November 11, 1921 the body was intered at Arlington National Cemetery
Built in 1868 to host the annual Decoration (now Memorial) Day festivities at the cemetery. It was used until 1920 when the new amphitheater opened...Ca. 1920
Jones Point Lighthouse, built in 1855, is the oldest inland lighthouse in the US. several yards south of the lighthouse is the south cornerstone marking the southern point of District of Columbia.
Henry Adams asked Augustus Saint-Gaudens to create this memorial to his wife who committed suicide in 1885. It is located in Rock Creek Cemetery and is often mistakenly called the "Grief" statue.
Unknown soldiers are marked with small cube shaped markers, while known soldiers have standard sized markers. All soldiers in the Civil War section fought for the North.
Statue of Admiral Samuel Francis DuPont in Dupont Circle. The Family had this statue moved to the family estate in Winterthur, Delaware and replaced it with the Henry Bacon and Daniel Chester French designed fountain.
E.D.E.N. Southworth house in Georgetown. Emma Dorothy Eliza Nevitte Southworth wrote more than 60 novels in the latter part of the 19th century and was one of the most widely read authors of that era
General view of the grounds at Arlington National Cemetery, tombstone surrounded by iron fence to the right of image. This marker could be the grave of George Washington Parke Custis.
Baron Ladislaus Hengelmuller de Hengervar (also Laszlo Hengelmuller von Hengervar), (1845-1917) was a longterm Austro-Hungarian Ambassador to the United States, stretching through multiple Presidential administ... more
The Columbian Institute for the Promotion of Arts and Sciences in Washington, DC first suggested the creation of the US Botanic Garden in 1816. By an act of Congress, it was 1820 and given land west of the US C... more