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Washington circa 1917. Shoomaker's saloon at 1311 E Street N.W. after having moved from 1331 E Street in late 1914. National Photo Company glass negative.

Washington circa Shoomaker's saloon at 1311 E Street N. after having moved from 1331 E Street in late National Photo Company glass negative.

Washington, D.C., circa 1920. "People's Drug Store, 7th and M." Your headquarters for Bed Bug Killer, Corn Paint ("for Hard and Soft") and the ever-popular Rubber Goods. National Photo Co.

Washington, D., circa "People's Drug Store, and M." Your headquarters for Bed Bug Killer, Corn Paint ("for Hard and Soft") and the ever-popular Rubber Goods. National Photo Co.

Columbia Records - The Columbia Phonograph Company was founded by stenographer, lawyer and New Jersey native Edward Easton (1856–1915) and a group of investors. It derived its name from the District of Columbia, where it was headquartered Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

22 Jan Columbia Phonograph predecessor to Columbia Records and to the Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS) is formed in Washington, DC (the name is derived from the District of Columbia)

Washington, D.C., circa 1908 "F Street, looking toward Treasury." Note the sign on the Lincoln Park streetcar advertising the "hydraulic dive" at Glen Echo.

Washington, D., circa 1908 “F Street, looking toward Treasury.” Note the sign on the Lincoln Park streetcar advertising the “hydraulic dive” at Glen Echo.

Washington, D.C., circa 1926. "Buick Motor Co. Emerson & Orme garage, M Street." National Photo Company Collection glass negative.

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Washington DC circa 1911, landmarks include the State, War & Navy Building at left; the White House and Ellipse; and U.S. Treasury.

Circa panoramic "Washington from Washington Monument." Landmarks include the State, War & Navy Building at left; the White House and Ellipse;

Circa 1900 - Looking toward the west side of the United States Capitol building, a panoramic view of the city of Washington, D.C. shows the Mall area in the foreground before the railroad tracks were removed. A train is visible on the tracks. The domed structure in front of the Capitol is the Botanic Garden original octagonal greenhouse of 1859 and behind it the central pavilion added after the Civil War.

Wow. Stunning Black & White Photo of the Capitol

. Washington DC Street Scene Here for your enjoyment is a rare photo of Washington DC Street Scene. First Division, AEF. American Expiditionary Forces. People lined up for Sale of Tickets. It was created in 1919 by Harris & Ewing.   The photograph illustrates United States.

. Washington DC Street Scene Here for your enjoyment is a rare photo of Washington DC Street Scene. First Division, AEF. American Expiditionary Forces. People lined up for Sale of Tickets. It was created in 1919 by Harris & Ewing. The photograph illustrates United States.

July 1939. "Theatre on 9th Street. Washington, D.C." Large format nitrate negative by David Myers.

“The Empress Theater, Street, Washington DC. Photo taken July, 1939 by David Myers.

Washington, D.C., 1924. "A&P Stores, Miss Frances Talley." Storefront spokesman for Dad's Bread and its rather literal marketing tie-in with a movie called "Bread." National Photo Company Collection glass negative.

Stores, Miss Frances Talley." Storefront spokesman for Dad's Bread and its rather literal marketing tie-in with a movie called "Bread.

Washington, D.C. street scene, corner of Pennsylvania Ave. and 14th(?) St. looking east showing George Prince photo studio. 1889. Library of Congress.

street scene, corner of Pennsylvania Ave. looking east showing George Prince photo studio. Library of Congress.