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Plan der stad Washington : bestemd tot de hoofdstad van America, en ter bestendige verblijfplaats van het Congres, naa het jaar 1800.
Plan of the city of Washington : now building for the metropolis of America, and established as the permanent residence of Congress after the year 1800
Plan de la ville de Washington en Amèrique
Plan of the city of Washington.
United States of Nth. America = Carte des Etats-unis de l'Amérique septentrionale
Map of the country between Washington & Pittsburg refering to the contemplated Chesapeake & Ohio Canal and its general route and profile, October 1826
Map of Virginia and Maryland, constructed from the latest authorities
Map of Virginia and Maryland, constructed from the latest authorities.
Map of Virginia and Maryland, constructed from the latest authorities
Fletcher, Elizabeth [Affadavit certifying that Elizabeth Fletcher is a free woman. Top reads "District of Columbia, Washington County..."]
Map of the city of Washington in the District of Columbia : established as the permanent seat of the government of the United States of America
City of Washington.
Robert Douglass, dyeing and cleaning business, Washington, D.C.
[Studio portrait of unidentified man with long sideburns and wavy hair.]
BREAKFAST & DINNER MENU [held by] TREMONT HOUSE [at]  WASHINGTON, D.C. (HOTEL)
Scene in the slave pen at Washington.
The National Cemetery, rear of Soldiers' Home, Washington, D.C. : Under the supervision of Capt. James M. Moore, A.Q.M., U.S.A.
DINNER MENU [held by] WILLARDS HOTEL [at] "WASHINGTON, D.C." (HOTEL)
Studio portrait of John C. Napier
Portrait of three Chinese students at Howard University: Leon Assing, Fong Affoo, and Choy Awah
Dr. Crumwell., Washington, D.C.
Burning of White House, 1814.
Your friend, Jno. H. Smith.
Lottie Grimke.
Mrs. Susan P. Reed
First Colored Battalion, District of Columbia, National Guard; On Pensylvania Avenue, Washington, D.C.; Parading the National Guard before going to France.
Isaac Myers.
Girls instructed in pastry making at Colored Household Training School
War workers visit War Project Board Conservation exhibit
[Oval quarter-length portrait of unidentified young woman, her bodice center trimmed with lace.]
F St.
Soldiers] Home,  New York Avenue [Washington, D.C.] [Group of civilians and invalid soldiers on porch and wooden walkway of lodgings].
View on Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, D.C.[Soldiers, civilians  and children stand in front of a large brick corner building.]
Old Capitol Prison, Washington, D.C.
Home : Capitol Hill.
Head Quarters F St.
Soldiers] Home, New York Avenue [Washington, D.C.] [Man stands at left opposite porch, church steeple visible in rear].
Store house, F Street.
DINNER [held by] HUBEL'S RESTAURANT AND HOTEL [at] 301-309 WASHINGTON STREET BROOKLYN NY (HOTEL)
Colored Yeowomen; Employees of Navy Department, Washington, D.C.
Soldiers] Home, New York Avenue [Washington, D.C.] [View of Home from street; soldiers stand at attention near horse and wagon].
Hospital, Washington.
Negro slum area between D and C Streets off 1st Street, SW, Washington, D.C.; Most houses have five small rooms renting for $20.50 a month, with rear wood kitchen shed, cold water, outdoor privy.
Wartime vacations; Sunday cyclists watching sailboats at Haines Point; Washington, D.C.
Outside water supply; Washington, D.C.; September 1935.
Louise Washington on her way to attend the launching of the Liberty ship U.S.S. Booker T. Washington
Louise Washington, a federal government employee and granddaughter of Booker T. Washington being greeted by an unidentified woman
North front of the president's house.
Plan of the city of Washington in the territory of Columbia : ceded by the states of Virginia and Maryland to the United States of America and by them established as the seat of their government after the year MDCCC
Plan of the city of Washington in the territory of Columbia : ceded by the states of Virginia and Maryland to the United States of America, and by them established as the seat of their government, after the year MDCCC
Plan of the city of Washington.
Territory of Columbia
United States of Nth. America = Carte des Etats-Unis de l'Amérique Septentrionale
A correct map of the city of Washington : capital of the United States of America : lat. 38.53 n., long. 0.0
A correct map of the city of Washington : capital of the United States of America : lat. 38.53 n., long. 0.0
Geographical, statistical, and historical map of the District of Columbia
District Columbia.
Map of the state of Maryland : laid down from an actual survey of all the principal waters, public roads, and divisions of the counties therein : describing the situation of the cities, towns, villages, houses of worship and other public buildings, furnaces, forges, mills, and other remarkable places, and of the Federal Territory : as also a sketch of the state of Delaware shewing the probable connexion of the Chesapeake and Delaware Bays
Washington from the President's house.
The President's House, Washington., Fenner Sears Co
View of Washington D.C.
Washington [D.C.], as it is seen from the President's House looking down Pennsylvania Avenue towards the Capitol in the distance.
Interior of the House of Representatives, Washington [D.C.]
U.S. Department City of Washington.
Astronomical observatory, Georgetown College, D.C.
East front of the capitol at Washington City.
The Supreme Court Building, Washington, D.C.
President's House White House, Washington DC. 19th century.
The Colossal Bronze Equestrian Statue of Gen. Andrew Jackson.
The President's House. White House, Washington DC. 19th century.
Jackson Bronze Statue. White House, Washington DC. 19th century.
Bronze Statue of Gen l' Jackson.
The Colossal Bronze Equestrian Statue of Gen. Andrew Jackson.
The President's House. White House, Washington DC. 19th century.
Presidents House. White House, Washington DC. 19th century.
South Front of the President's House.
The Colossal Bronze Equestrian Statue of Gen. Andrew Jackson.
The China in Private Dining - Room in the President's House.
The President's House. White House, Washington DC. 19th century.
The President's House. White House, Washington DC. 19th century.
The President's House. White House, Washington DC. 19th century.
President's House White House, Washington DC. 19th century.
The President's House. White House, Washington DC. 19th century.
The President's House. White House, Washington DC. 19th century.
The President's House. White House, Washington DC. 19th century.
Jackson Bronze Statue. White House, Washington DC. 19th century.
The Colossal Bronze Equestrian Statue of Gen. Andrew Jackson.
Views of the interior of the President's House (Great East Room.)
The Great East Room, (in the President's House.)
The Colossal Bronze Equestrian Statue of Gen. Andrew Jackson.
The President's House White House, Washington DC. 19th century.
Views of the interior of the President's House.
The President's House. White House, Washington DC. 19th century.
Gen. A. Jackson Statue Lafayette Sq., Wash.,D.C.
Views of the interior of the President's House (Great East Room.)
The Great East Room in the President's House.
Views of the interior of the President's House.
President's House. White House, Washington DC. 19th century.
The President's House. White House, Washington DC. 19th century.
The Blue Room, in the President's House.
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