Fifty Glimpses of Washington - and Its Neighborhood
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Fifty Glimpses of Washington - and Its Neighborhood

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The Project Gutenberg EBook of Fifty Glimpses of Washington, by UnknownThis eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and withalmost no restrictions whatsoever. You may copy it, give it away orre-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License includedwith this eBook or online at www.gutenberg.netTitle: Fifty Glimpses of Washingtonand Its NeighborhoodAuthor: UnknownRelease Date: June 17, 2009 [EBook #29152]Language: English*** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK FIFTY GLIMPSES OF WASHINGTON ***Produced by Emmy and the Online Distributed ProofreadingTeam at http://www.pgdp.netCoverEach photograph is linked to a larger image. To see the larger image, click onthe photograph.FIFTY GLIMPSESOFWASHINGTONAND ITS NEIGHBORHOOD.REPRODUCED FROM RECENT PHOTOGRAPHS.CHICAGO AND NEW YORK:RAND, McNALLY & CO., PUBLISHERS,1896.WOODWARD & LOTHROP,10th, 11th, AND F STREETS,WASHINGTON, D. C.Copyright, 1895, by Rand, McNally & Co.THE MALL—View looking Southwest from near theDepartment of Agriculture.BUREAU OFENGRAVING WASHINGTON MONUMENT. POTOMAC RIVER.AND PRINTING.THE MALL—View looking Southwest from near the Department of Agriculture.THE CAPITOL—East Front. THE CAPITOL—East Front.THE CAPITOL—West Front. THE CAPITOL—West Front.VIEW LOOKING WEST FROM THE CAPITOL.BOTANICAL GARDEN. PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE. VIEW LOOKING WEST FROM THE CAPITOL.BRONZE STATUE ...

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The Project Gutenberg EBook of Fifty Glimpses ofWashington, by UnknownThis eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at nocost and withalmost no restrictions whatsoever. You may copy it,give it away orre-use it under the terms of the Project GutenbergLicense includedwith this eBook or online at www.gutenberg.netaTintlde :I tFs ifNtye iGglhibmoprsheoso dof WashingtonAuthor: UnknownRelease Date: June 17, 2009 [EBook #29152]Language: English*F*I*F TSYT AGRLTI MOPFS TEHSI SO FP RWOAJSEHCITN GGTUOTEN N**B*ERG EBOOKProduced by Emmy and the Online DistributedProofreadingTeam at http://www.pgdp.net
revoCEach photograph is linked to a larger image. To seethe larger image, click on the photograph.FIFTY GLIMPSESFOWASHINGTONAND ITS NEIGHBORHOOD.REPRODUCED FROM RECENT PHOTOGRAPHS.CHICAGO AND NEW YORK:RAND, McNALLY & CO., PUBLISHERS,.6981WOODWARD & LOTHROP,10th, 11th, AND F STREETS,WASHINGTON, D. C.Copyright, 1895, by Rand, McNally & Co.THE MALL—View looking Southwest from near the
Department of Agriculture.BUREAUFOENIGNGRAV   N    M WOANSUHMINENGTT.O      P  O  T   O  M   A  C    R  I  V  E  R  .     ANNTDI NPGR.ITDHepE arMtAmLeLnt oVfi eAwg rliocoukltiunrge .Southwest from near theTHE CAPITOL—East Front. THE CAPITOL—EastFront.THE CAPITOL—West Front. THE CAPITOL—WestFront.VIEW LOOKING WEST FROM THE CAPITOL.BOTAARNDIECNA.L G               N  U   E .         P  E  N  N   S  Y  L  V  ANIA AVEVIEW LOOKING WEST FROM THE CAPITOL.BRONZE STATUE OF JACAPITOL VISTA FROM SNMZEES  SAT. AGTAUREF IOEFL DJ.A BMREOS OOLL DVIIESRTSA'  FHROOMME . SCOALPDIITA. GARFIELD.ERS' HOME.Southwestern Entrance to BCya pJi.t olQ .G Ar.o uWndAsR.D.THE HALL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES—Capitol. THE HALL OF THE HOUSE OFREPRESENTATIVES—Capitol.THE SENATE CHAMBER—Capitol. THE SENATE
CHAMBER—Capitol.THE MARBLE ROOM OR SETHE ROGERS BRONZNMAATREB LLEO BRBOYOMC OapRit oSl.E TNHAET EE  RDOOGORERSC BapRitOolN. ZTEH E LOBBYCapitol.DOORCapitol.TWH.,E f rToRmE PAeSnUnRsyYl vDaEniPa AARvTeMnuEeN tTo GF ifSttereeentt.h  TSHtrEeet, N.fTroRmE APSeUnRnsYy lDvaEnPiaA RATveMnEuNe Tto FGi ftSetreenteth. Street, N. W.,THE BUREAU OF ENGRAVING AND PRINTING—TNHorEt hBeUasRt EcAorUn eOr F B EaNnGd RFAoVuIrtNeGe ntAhN SDt rPeReItsN, TIS.N GW.Northeast corner B and Fourteenth Streets, S. W.PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE—Looking East fromTreasury Department. PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE—Looking East from Treasury Department.DDIIPPLLOOMMAATTIICC  RROOOOMM,,  DDEEPPAARRTTMMEENNTT  OOFF  SSTTAATTEE..DEPARTMENTS OF STATE, WAR, AND NAVY—Seventeenth Street, between New York Avenue and GStreet, N. W. DEPARTMENTS OF STATE, WAR, ANDNAVY—Seventeenth Street, between New YorkAvenue and G Street, N. W.THE POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT—Seventh, Eighth,DE,E aPnAdR FT MStEreNeTts, SNe. vWen. tTh,H EEi gPhOthS, TE ,O aFnFdI CF EStreets, N..W
THE PENSION OFFICE—Judiciary Square, Fourth,Fifth, and G Streets, N. W. THE PENSION OFFICE—Judiciary Square, Fourth, Fifth, and G Streets, N. W.THE BARTHOLDI FOUNTAIN—Botanical Garden.THE BARTHOLDI FOUNTAIN—Botanical Garden.THE SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION. THESMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION.The Mall, near B and Tenth Streets, S. W.VIEW FROM BASE OF THE WASHINGTONMONUMENT.DEPAROTFMENTSTHE WHITE TRREAYSUALB'ASUGHSTANTDE ,N AWVAYR., AHOUSE.DMEEPNATR.TOOPUESREA. HVMIOENWU FMREONMT .BASE OF THE WASHINGTONfTeHetE.  TWHAES HWIANSGHTIONNG TMOONN MUMOENNUTMENHTeighHt,e i5g5h5t , 15/3551/3 feet.THHOEU SWEHITNEo rHthO FUrSoEnt.North Front. THE WHITETHHOEU SWEHITSEo uHthO UFrSoEnt.South Front. THE WHITETHE EAST ROOM—White House. THE EAST ROOM—White House.THE RED ROOM—White House. THE RED ROOM—White House.
TSHTAE TSET ADITNEI NDIGN IRNOGO RMOOWMhite WHhoitues eH.ouse. THETHE BLUE ROOM—White House. THE BLUE ROOM—White House.THE MALL—View looking East from Department ofAgriculture. THE MALL—View looking East fromDepartment of Agriculture.THE CHINESE LEGATION—Corner Fourteenth Streetand Yale Avenue, N. W. THE CHINESE LEGATION—Corner Fourteenth Street and Yale Avenue, N. W.TVHerOmMonAtS  ACvIeRnCueL EandV iFeowu rltoeoekninthg  SNtorreteht ,f rNo.m  Wju.nctionVTeHrOmMonAt S ACvIeRnuCeL EandV iFeowu rltoeoeknitnhg  SNtorreteht ,f rNo. mW j.unctionEQUESTRIAN STATUE OF MABRONZE STATUE AJ.-GEN. GEORGE H. THOMASDMIRAL DAVID G. —Thomas Circle. EQUESTRIAFARRAGUT BRONZN STATUE OF MAJ.-GEN. GEE STATUE ADMIRAORGE H. THOMAS—Thomas L DAVID G. FARRACircle.GUTJ. Q. A. WARD.Farragut Square, intersection Connecticut Avenue and I Street, N. W.By MRS. VINNIE REAM HOXIE.THE LAFAYETTE EQUESTRIAN STATUE OF GENMEMORIAL. THE . WINFIELD SCOTT. EQUESTRILAFAYETTE MEM
AN STATUE OF GEN. WINFIELORIAL.D SCOTT.Lafayette Square, hS cSottrte eCti,r clMe,a sinstaecrhsuescteitotns  aSinxdt eRehntoaEnxde cFuifttiveee nAtvh eSntu.,e  de Island Avenues, N. W.N. W.By H. K. BROWN.By FALQUIER andMERCIE.EQUESTRIAN STATUE BRONZE STATUE OF ADOF GEORGE WASHINGMIRAL SAMUEL F. DUPOTON. EQUESTRIAN STANT. BRONZE STATUE OFTUE OF GEORGE WASHADMIRAL SAMUEL F. DUINGTON.PONT.Washington Circle, intersDupont Circle, intersectionection Pennsylvania and of New Hampshire, MassaNew Hampshire Avenues,chusetts, and Connecticut N. W.Avenues, N. W.By CLARK MILLS.By LAUNT THOMPSON.THE SOLDIERS' HOME. THE SOLDIERS' HOME.U. S. NAVAL OBSERVATORY—Extension ofNMAasVsAaLc hOuBsSetEtsR VAvAeTnOuRe,Y neEarx tReoncsikovnil leo fPike. U. S.Massachusetts Avenue, near Rockville Pike.THE BALTIMORE SUN BTHE CHURCH OF THE CUILDING. THE BALTIMOOVENANT. THE CHURCHRE SUN BUILDING.OF THE COVENANT.nFt hS tarenedt ,F boeutrtweeeennt hT ShitrrteeeeSoutheast corner Eighteents, N. W.th and N Streets, N. W.INTERIOR CHURCH OF THE ASCENSION—
SNtorreteht,w eNs.t Wc.o IrNneTrE MRIaOssRa cChHuUseRttCsH  AOveF nTuHe Eand TwelfthAAvSeCnEuNe SaInOdN TwNeloftrth hSwtereste tc, oNr.neWr. MassachusettsSRtEreSeItD aEnNdC FEl oOridF a HAOvNe.n uJ.e ,B .N .H EW.N DREERSISDOENNCES ixOteFenthFHloOriNd. aJ .A vB.e nHuEe,N DN.E RWS.ONSixteenth Street andRESIDENCE OF L. Z. LEITER, ESQ.—NewOHaF mL.p sZh.i rLeE IATvEenR,u eE aSnQd. P NSterwe eHt,a Nm. psWh.i rRe EASvIeDnEuNe CaEndP Street, N. W.RESIDENCE OF HON. LEVI P. MORTON.SRoEuStIhDwEeNstC cEo rOnFe r HROhNo.d eL EIsVlIa nPd.  MAvOeRnuTeO aNn.d FifteenthStreet, N. W.TCHOER CCOORRACNO RGAANL LGEARLYL EORF YA ORTF SA.RTS. THENortheast corner Executive Avenue and SeventeenthStreet, N. W.MARINE HOSPITAL SERVICE AND COAST SURVEY.SMoAutRhINwEe stH cOoSrnPIeTr ANLe wS EJRerVsIeCyE  AAvNenDu eC OanAdS TB  SStUreReVt,EY..E .STHE BRITISH LEGATION. THE BRITISH LEGATION.Northwest corner Connecticut Avenue and N Street,.W .NTHE MASONIC TEMPLE—Northwest corner Ninthand F Streets, N. W. THE MASONIC TEMPLE—Northwest corner Ninth and F Streets, N. W.
NWoArtShHwIeNsGt cToOrnN eLr ONiAntNh  AaNnDd  FT RStUrSeTe tsC, ON.'. S WB.UILDING.SWoAutShHwIeNsGt TcoOrNn eLr ONAinNt hA aNnDd  TF RSUtrSeTe tCs,O N.'.S  WB.UILDING.THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS—First, Second, B,and East Capitol Streets, S. E. THE LIBRARY OFCONGRESS—First, Second, B, and East CapitolStreets, S. E.THE NAVAL MONUMENT. THE NAVAL MONUMENT.Pennsylvania Avenue near Western Entrance toCapitol Grounds.ARLINGTON HOUSE—Formerly the Home of GeneralRobert E. Lee. ARLINGTON HOUSE—Formerly theHome of General Robert E. Lee.THE SHERIDAN GATE—Arlington. THE SHERIDANGATE—Arlington.TMHcEC LMEcLCLLAENL LGAANT EGAATrElingAtorlinn.gton. THETOMB OF THE UNKNOWN DEAD—Arlington. TOMBOF THE UNKNOWN DEAD—Arlington.TOMB OF GENERAL PHILIP H. SHERIDAN—Arlington. TOMB OF GENERAL PHILIP H. SHERIDAN—Arlington.TOHF EF TAEMMEPLAEr liOnFg toFnA.MEArlington. THE TEMPLETAHMEP HAIMTPHHEIATTHEERATEArRlingAtorlinn.gton. THETHE TOMB OF GEORGE WASHINGTON—MountVernon. THE TOMB OF GEORGE WASHINGTON—Mount Vernon.