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General John A. Dix House, 456 C Street Northwest, Washington, District of Columbia, DC



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B&W Photos

HB272547
North (front) Elevation

HB272548
View Of Rear And Side From Southeast

HB272549
Exterior Window Detail

HB272550
Interior Doorway Trim Elevation

HB272551
Interior Window And Trim Elevation

HB272552
Window Detail 2nd Floor

HB272553
Fireplace And Mantel With Closet

HB272554
Fireplace And Mantel And Baseboard


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Item Title


Location
456 C Street Northwest, Washington, DC

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1933.

Notes
Survey number HABS DC-373
Building/structure dates: 1854 initial construction
Building/structure dates: 1884 subsequent work
Significance: General John A. Dix, the secretary o the Treasury from January, 1861 to Mach 1861, lived here (Proctor's Washington). he was appointed by President Buchanan in 1861.

Subjects
Houses
Lodging Houses


Collection
Historic American Buildings Survey (Library of Congress)

Contents
Photograph caption(s): 
1. NORTH (FRONT) ELEVATION
2. VIEW OF REAR AND SIDE FROM SOUTHEAST
3. EXTERIOR WINDOW DETAIL
4. INTERIOR DOORWAY TRIM ELEVATION
5. INTERIOR WINDOW AND TRIM ELEVATION
6. WINDOW DETAIL 2ND FLOOR
7. FIREPLACE AND MANTEL WITH CLOSET
8. FIREPLACE AND MANTEL AND BASEBOARD


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