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Washington circa 1917. Shoomaker's saloon at 1311 E Street N.W. after having moved from 1331 E Street in late 1914. National Photo Company glass negative.

Washington circa 1917. Shoomaker's saloon at 1311 E Street N.W. after having moved from 1331 E Street in late 1914. National Photo Company glass negative.

1902 shorpy | Medicinal Soft Drinks and Coca-Cola

Medicinal Soft Drinks and Coca-Cola Fiends: The Toxic History of Soda

Union Station :: Washington, DC :: When it first opened in 1907, the 760 ft. Concourse was the largest room in the world.

Union Station :: Washington, DC :: When it first opened in 1907, the 760 ft. Concourse was the largest room in the world.

picture of Pennsylvania Avenue.  It was taken between 1905 and 1945 by Harris & Ewing.

picture of Pennsylvania Avenue. It was taken between 1905 and 1945 by Harris & Ewing.

Washington, D.C., circa 1908 "F Street, looking toward Treasury." Note the sign on the Lincoln Park streetcar advertising the "hydraulic dive" at Glen Echo.

Washington, D.C., circa 1908 "F Street, looking toward Treasury." Note the sign on the Lincoln Park streetcar advertising the "hydraulic dive" at Glen Echo.

Washington, D.C., 1923. All it says here is "Dept. of Agriculture." Back when the place was run by the Keebler Elves.

Washington, D.C., 1923. All it says here is "Dept. of Agriculture." Back when the place was run by the Keebler Elves.

Washington, DC 1907. "A.L. McCormick garage, New York Avenue. Early auto retailing which was, according to the Washington Post, "the world's greatest fad."

Washington, DC 1907. "A.L. McCormick garage, New York Avenue. Early auto retailing which was, according to the Washington Post, "the world's greatest fad."

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