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Brown's Indian Queen Hotel, Washington City North side of Pennsylvania Avenue about midway between the Capitol and the President's House, a few doors east of the Centre Market.

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Brown's Indian Queen Hotel, Washington City North side of Pennsylvania Avenue about midway between the Capitol and the President's House, a few doors east of the Centre Market.

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Print shows a row of buildings on Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, D.C., with "Brown's Indian Queen Hotel" at center; also shows pedestrians on the sidewalk and two stagecoaches on the street.

Caption continues: The front is an imitation of Free stone. The Proprietor has recently purchased this extensive Establisment [sic] and made many large additions consisting of a spacious Dining Room (equal if not superior to any in the U.S.). Parlors which front on the Avenue & Chambers all of which are Elegantly furnished. Every attention will be paid to those who may honor him with a call. The General Stage Office is immediately East of the principal Entrance. A good Stable is attached to the Hotel.
Stamped on lower right corner: Map Division Library of Congress Oct 27 '22.
Forms part of: Popular graphic art print filing series (Library of Congress).

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01/01/1832
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W. Endicott & Co.
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Library of Congress
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