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Home > District of Columbia > Washington > Square 347 (Commercial Buildings), Tenth, Eleventh, E, & F Streets, Northwest, Washington, District of Columbia, DC



B&W Photos
BWPhotos 379254
HB306525
BWPhotos 379254
BWPhotos 379255
HB306526
BWPhotos 379255
BWPhotos 379256
HB306527
BWPhotos 379256
BWPhotos 379257
HB306528
BWPhotos 379257
BWPhotos 379258
HB306529
BWPhotos 379258
BWPhotos 379259
HB306530
BWPhotos 379259
BWPhotos 379260
HB306531
BWPhotos 379260
BWPhotos 379261
HB306532
BWPhotos 379261


Item Title
BWPhotos 379261

Location
Northwest, Washington, DC

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1933.

Notes
Survey number HABS DC-788
Building/structure dates: 1890 initial construction
Significance: Square 347, in downtown Washington, D.C., contributes to the 19th century commercial character of the Pennsylvania Avenue National Historic Site. Located immediately west of Ford's Theater and one block north of Pennsylvania Avenue, this block contains a variety of structures ranging from mid-19th century vernacular rowhouses to early 20th century high-rise buildings. The Peterson House, the house where Abraham Lincoln died, is located on 10th Street on the eastern side of the block.

Subjects
Commerce
Presidents & The Congress
Immigrants


Related Names
Lincoln, Abraham
Woodward & Lothrop
Hambright, Harlan, Photographer
Bird, Betty, Historian
Dahle, Kristin, Historian
Knill, Mary, Historian


Collection
Historic American Buildings Survey (Library of Congress)

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