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The Bond Building has been a pivotal structure in downtown Washington's business and financial district since it was constructed in 1901. The seven story Beaux-Arts office building, designed by architect George S. Cooper, stands as a landmark to the…

The stately Second Empire-style country house constructed 1868-1871 and known as Van View occupies an almost half-acre corner lot at 13th and Jonquil Streets. It is generally surrounded by smaller, mid-20th century Colonial and Tudor Revival-style…

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Asbury United Methodist Church is the third sanctuary of one of the city's most influential African-American churches, historically associated with the development of Methodism in Washington, D.C. Asbury reflects the city's social history through…

This district of residential, commercial, and service structures is notable for the network of alleyways enclosed behind a facade of middle-class residential streets. In isolated and cramped conditions, amid the stables and warehouses, such alleys…

The lumber warehouse of the George M. Barker Company was constructed in 1906 to supplement its 35-year-old location at 649-51 New York Avenue. The company’s founder, a New Hampshire-born carpenter, opened his first millwork establishment in…

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