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DC inventory of historic sites

DC inventory of historic sites

2009 edition

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Published by Historic Preservation Office in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Historic sites -- Washington (D.C.) -- Directories,
  • Historic preservation -- Washington (D.C.)

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesDistrict of Columbia inventory of historic sites
    StatementHistoric Preservation Review Board, Government of the District of Columbia.
    GenreDirectories
    ContributionsDistrict of Columbia. Historic Preservation Review Board., District of Columbia. Historic Preservation Office.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsF195 .D32 2009
    The Physical Object
    Pagination183 p. ;
    Number of Pages183
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24049300M
    LC Control Number2009674799


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DC inventory of historic sites Download PDF EPUB FB2

The DC Inventory of Historic Sites is the official list of historic landmarks and historic districts in the District of Columbia. Properties listed in the Inventory are protected by the District’s historic preservation law, which promotes compatible alterations and adaptation for current use. Find a Property Listing in the Inventory.

DC INVENTORY OF HISTORIC SITES D 22 D Street, SE [demolished] House, built c. ; DC listing November 8, ; demolished prior to ; HABS DC Danzansky Funeral Home 14th Street, NW Bernard Danzansky, a former tailor and ice cream and. DC INVENTORY OF HISTORIC SITES Washington banks occurred in Julywhen four small banks—the Bank of Brightwood, the Departmental Bank, the North Capitol Savings Bank, and the International Exchange Bank—failed.

Two months later, after heavy withdrawals, the Prudential Bank was sold to the Industrial Savings Bank. DC INVENTORY OF HISTORIC SITES Well-known patients have included presidential assassin Charles Guiteau and poet Ezra Pound.

Thousands of former patients are believed to be buried in unmarked graves across the campus, and several hundred Civil. DC INVENTORY OF HISTORIC SITES point for the layout of the city and boundaries of several states. The Capitol has been under periodic construction for two centuries, and is an amalgam of work by an.

DC INVENTORY OF HISTORIC SITES Washington Building () at G Street NW: see Fifteenth Street Financial Historic District Washington Canoe Club Water Street, NW Built c. ; DC designation JanuNR listing Ma ; within Georgetown HD and Potomac Gorge; US ownership (land only).

DC INVENTORY OF HISTORIC SITES M M Street Bridge over Rock Creek (): see Rock Creek and Potomac Parkway M Street High School (Perry School) M Street, NW One of the nation's first public high schools for African-American students, founded in as the Preparatory.

DC INVENTORY OF HISTORIC SITES architectural firms during the first two decades of the twentieth century.

It highlights the firm’s significant contribution to the design of public schools. Upon its construction, it was cited as a model school for elementary education in the District of Columbia.

DC Inventory of Historic Sites The official list of historic landmarks and historic districts in the District of Columbia is known as the DC Inventory of Historic Sites. DC Historic Sites is based on the DC Inventory of Historic Sites, the city's official list of properties deemed worthy of recognition and protection for their contribution to the cultural heritage of the city, the nation’s capital, and the nation.

DC INVENTORY OF HISTORIC SITES (Arthur Brown, architect) Grand Plaza and Great Circle Internal Revenue Service: Built (Louis Simon, architect) Justice Department: Built (Zantzinger, Borie and Medary, architects) National Archives: Built (John Russell Pope, architect); see separate listing Federal Trade Commission: Built (Bennett, Parsons and Frost, architects).

DC Inventory of Historic Sites Alphabetical Edition. Office Hours Monday to Friday, am to 5 pm, except District holidays. DC INVENTORY OF HISTORIC SITES Vietnam Women’s Memorial (), Korean War Veterans Memorial (), and Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial (). See separate entries for major contributing features including the District of Columbia World War I Memorial.

DC INVENTORY OF HISTORIC SITES P P Street Bridge over Rock Creek (): see Rock Creek and Potomac Parkway Thomas Nelson Page House R Street, NW Mansion designed for writer Thomas Nelson Page and his second wife, heiress Florence Lathrop Field Page.

DC INVENTORY OF HISTORIC SITES Harrington Hotel (/16/25) at 11th & E Streets NW: see Pennsylvania Avenue National Historic Site Harris & Ewing Photographic Studio F Street, NW Home of Harris & Ewing, the nation's largest earlyth century news photo service, official White House.

Historic properties may be included in one or all of the following three lists: The DC Inventory of Historic Sites is a listing of properties designated by the Historic Preservation Review Board or its predecessor, the Joint Committee on Landmarks.

DC INVENTORY OF HISTORIC SITES Alexander Ray House (Steedman-Ray House; President’s House, George Washington University) F Street, NW Built c. for Alexander Ray (); DC listing November 8,NR listing Septem ; HABS DC DC INVENTORY OF HISTORIC SITES three-story town house, built in for Charles Glover, displays a fine Italian Renaissance Revival facade of brown brick with a hexagonal bay, incised brownstone trim, and pedimented window hoods.

DC INVENTORY OF HISTORIC SITES N. N Street, NW Representative example of small moderate-income apartment building by prominent developer Harry Wardman; illustrates historically important aspect of cultural context of Dupont Circle/West End area; Renaissance.

DC INVENTORY OF HISTORIC SITES U U Street Historic District: see Greater U Street Historic District M.J. Uline Ice Company and Arena (Washington Coliseum), and 3rd Street, NE The M.J. Uline Ice Company, manufacturer of ice for area. DC INVENTORY OF HISTORIC SITES L L’Enfant Plan: see the Plan of the City of Washington Labor Department: see Federal Triangle La Corona Apartments (Frederic B.

Pyle, ) at M Street NW: see Mount Vernon Square Historic District The Lafayette 7th Street, NW. DC INVENTORY OF HISTORIC SITES V The Valley Vista (Louis Justement, ) at Belmont Road, NW: see Kalorama Triangle Historic District Van Hook Mansion: see Frederick Douglass National Memorial Site Van Ness House Stables 18th & C Streets, NW, on Pan American Union Grounds.

DC INVENTORY OF HISTORIC SITES Y Yale Steam Laundry (including Garage and Stable) and New York Avenue, NW This prominent industrial building was one of the city’s largest privately constructed service facilities.

It housed the main offices and central plant of one of the handful of laundry companies that once dominated the. DC Historic Sites is based on the DC Inventory of Historic Sites, the city's official list of properties deemed worthy of recognition and protection for their contribution to the cultural heritage of the city, the nation’s capital, and the nation.

DC Historic Sites was developed by the DC Preservation League, Washington's citywide nonprofit advocate dedicated to the preservation, protection. DC INVENTORY OF HISTORIC SITES G G Street, NW, Block [demolished], & G Street, NW Houses, built c.

; DC designation Aug ; demolished Gaff, Thomas T., House () at 20th Street NW: see Dupont Circle Historic. Office Hours Monday to Friday, am to 5 pm, except District holidays Connect With Us 4th Street, SW, Suite East, Washington, DC DC INVENTORY OF HISTORIC SITES J Jackson Hill (Holt House) Adams Mill Road, NW, on National Zoo grounds Built prior to ; alterations by Glenn Brown, W.R.

Emerson, and Hornblower and Marshall (). District of Columbia INVENTORY of Historic Sites December UPDATE This update lists additions and changes to the D.C. Inventory of Historic Sites since publication of the MARCH UPDATE, as well as properties omitted from that Update.

It includes all revisions made to the Inventory through December. DC Historic Sites is based on the DC Inventory of Historic Sites, the city’s official list of properties deemed worthy of recognition and protection for their contribution to the cultural heritage.

The National Register of Historic Places is the official list of the Nation's historic places worthy of preservation. Authorized by the National Historic Preservation Act ofthe National Park Service's National Register of Historic Places is part of a national program to coordinate and support public and private efforts to identify, evaluate, and protect America's historic and.

Welcome to H-DC, Washington, D.C. History and Life, a member of H-Net Humanities & Social Sciences Online.H-DC, a refereed, multi- and inter-disciplinary digital network, provides a means of communication and interaction for those who research, write, read, teach, collect, curate, and preserve Washington, DC history and culture and for those who work in cultural institutions located within DC.

Learn about District of Columbia’s important and irreplaceable historic places and spaces by exploring the new free app – DC Historic Sites. DC Historic Sites is based on the DC Inventory of Historic Sites, the city’s official list of properties deemed worthy of recognition and protection for their contribution to the cultural and built.

This is a consolidated collection of structures with historical significance within the District of Columbia as listed in the "District of Columbia Inventory of Historic Sights, ".

It contains the locations and attributes of buildings, statues, bridges, forts, fountains, & memorials of historical worth. Note that not all features are officially listed as historic at the current time, and. The District of Columbia Inventory of Historic Sites is a register of historic places in Washington, D.C.

that are designated by the District of Columbia Historic Preservation Review Board (HPRB), a component of the District of Columbia Government.

Illustrated Inventory of Historic Sites: Prince George's County, Maryland on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Illustrated Inventory of Historic Sites: Prince George's County, MarylandManufacturer: Maryland-National Capital Park & Planning Commission. National Historic Landmarks (NHLs) are historic properties that illustrate the heritage of the United States.

The almost 2, NHLs found in the U.S. today come in many forms: historic buildings, sites, structures, objects, and districts. Each NHL represents an outstanding aspect of American history. DC INVENTORY OF HISTORIC SITES K K Street Bridge over Rock Creek (): see Rock Creek and Potomac Parkway K Street, NW [demolished] Commercial building built c.

(probably an early tavern); DC listing November 8, ; demolished Kalorama Playground () at 19th Street & Columbia Road NW: see Kalorama Triangle Historic District. Learn about District of Columbia's important and irreplaceable historic places and Historic Sites is based on the DC Inventory of.

Learn about District of Columbia's important and irreplaceable historic places and spaces. Established in as a National Historic site, the home, also known as Cedar Hill, is now preserved as a museum.

View this post on Instagram A post shared by. The Historic Districts Coalition is an informal alliance of organizations and individuals representing Washington, D.C.’s historic districts—those that have been designated under the provisions of the Historic Landmark and Historic District Protection Act of (D.C.

Public Law )—as well as others interested in historic preservation, including residents of undesignated.Learn about District of Columbia's important and irreplaceable historic places and spaces. DC Historic Sites is based on the DC Inventory of Historic Sites, the city's official list of properties deemed worthy of recognition and protection for their contribution to the cultural heritage of .structures listed on the DC Inventory of Historic Sites and National Register of Historic Places.

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