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Palisades History

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Map-Pic Monday uses a map and pic from a century ago to create this interactive graphic. Click on the link below to see a 10,000 foot perspective of the DC Palisades in September 1922 and compare it to a Baist real estate map of the era: https://cdn.knightlab.com/libs/juxtapose/latest/embed/index.html?uid=38a49a22-4041-11ed-b5bc-6595d9b17862 Perspective, History, Map, Century, Interactive, Graphic, September, Ago, Embedding
1922 DC Palisades Map Brought to Life
Map-Pic Monday uses a map and pic from a century ago to create this interactive graphic. Click on the link below to see a 10,000 foot perspective of the DC Palisades in September 1922 and compare it to a Baist real estate map of the era: https://cdn.knightlab.com/libs/juxtapose/latest/embed/index.html?uid=38a49a22-4041-11ed-b5bc-6595d9b17862
The Palisades History Museum
The Palisades History Museum
Throwback Thursday visits the Potomac Fish Passage that was mostly complete in this story 63 years ago. The Oct. 1, 1959 article highlights the passage, which was intended to help spawn seven species of shad, herring, perch and striped bass in the area. Little Falls, Potomac, Palisades, Metal Structure, Water Supply, Railroad Tracks, Dam, Species, Washington
Potomac Fish Passage
Throwback Thursday visits the Potomac Fish Passage that was mostly complete in this story 63 years ago. The Oct. 1, 1959 article highlights the passage, which was intended to help spawn seven species of shad, herring, perch and striped bass in the area.
The Palisades History Museum
The Palisades History Museum
Throwback Thursday visits the Potomac Fish Passage that was mostly complete in this story 63 years ago. The Oct. 1, 1959 article highlights the passage, which was intended to help spawn seven species of shad, herring, perch and striped bass in the area.
Potomac Fish Passage
Throwback Thursday visits the Potomac Fish Passage that was mostly complete in this story 63 years ago. The Oct. 1, 1959 article highlights the passage, which was intended to help spawn seven species of shad, herring, perch and striped bass in the area.
The Palisades History Museum
The Palisades History Museum
When the DC Palisades lands were formed half a billion years ago, they were thousands of miles away from the future downtown areas of Ft. Totten, Capitol Hill, and DuPont Circle, which were near the South Pole with much of the US East Coast at the time. Dupont Circle, Great Falls, Capitol Hill, South Pole, Piedmont, History Museum, East Coast
DC's South Pole History
When the DC Palisades lands were formed half a billion years ago, they were thousands of miles away from the future downtown areas of Ft. Totten, Capitol Hill, and DuPont Circle, which were near the South Pole with much of the US East Coast at the time.
The Palisades History Museum
The Palisades History Museum
Palisades Park, City Map, Washington Dc, Vintage World Maps, How To Plan, Historia
1960 Washington DC Plan 30 - Baist
Historic Accents
Historic Accents
On January 16, 1942, the Palisades Safeway opened its doors! Safeway, Kent, January, Doors, Ads, Gate
1942 Ad for Safeway Opening
On January 16, 1942, the Palisades Safeway opened its doors!
The Palisades History Museum
The Palisades History Museum
With the recent demolition of the Palisades Safeway, it seems appropriate to look to this Sept. 27, 1941 real estate article, when the Kogod family announced its plans to build the one-story store at a cost of $20,000. Real Estate Articles, Tile Stores, First Story, Demolition, Family
Palisades Safeway Coming!
With the recent demolition of the Palisades Safeway, it seems appropriate to look to this Sept. 27, 1941 real estate article, when the Kogod family announced its plans to build the one-story store at a cost of $20,000.
The Palisades History Museum
The Palisades History Museum
George Martin, Georgetown University, Baltimore Maryland, History Photos, Metropolitan Area, Black History, Past, The Neighbourhood
Remembering Georgetown’s Black History - Washingtonian
Washington Dc Travel, Old Images, Old Pictures, Chevy Chase Maryland, Cleveland Park, Googie Architecture, Dc Area, Rockville
When the Tenleytown Best Buy Was a Sears in the 1940s
Chautauqua Park, Glen Echo, 17th Century Art, Art Deco Architecture, Old Signs, Wheaton, Luxor Egypt
Glen Echo Park (U.S. National Park Service)
Found this 1917 USGS Map, while looking for visuals to put in the next episode. Geologists say the Palisades are ancient, forming some 400 million years before much of Georgetown and the rest of DC Geologists, Natural History, Geology, The Borrowers
1917 USGS Map
Found this 1917 USGS Map, while looking for visuals to put in the next episode. Geologists say the Palisades are ancient, forming some 400 million years before much of Georgetown and the rest of DC
The Palisades History Museum
The Palisades History Museum
Historical Landscape, Potomac River, Nature Travel, High Quality Art Prints, Find Art, Framed Artwork, Scenic, Trail
Photographic Print: Winter Scenic Along a Back Channel of the Potomac River by Irene Owsley : 24x16in
Streetcars Return to DC – CERA Members Blog Scenic Train Rides, New England Fall, Railroad Photos
Streetcars Return to DC
Streetcars Return to DC – CERA Members Blog