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Downtown Urban Renewal Area Landmarks Washigton DC

Downtown Urban Renewal Area Landmarks Washigton DC

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Downtown Urban Renewal Area Landmarks Washigton DC

by National Capital Planning Commission

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Washington: National Capital Planning Commission. Near Fine. 1970. Paperback. 116 pages; Clean and secure in original pictorial wrappers. With Introduction, b/w photographs, measured drawings, maps, two appendices, and Bibliography. An excellent overview of downtown structures (divided in four sections titled as "Category I Landmarks," "Category II Landmarks," "Category III Landmarks," and "Statues") which received landmark status after the 1966 National Historic Preservation Act. Reviewed buildings include Ford's Theatre, Petersen House, Old City Hall, Pension Building, Franklin School, Old Adas Israel Synagogue, Tariff Commission Building-Old Post Office, Rhodes' Tavern, Willard Hotel, Old Evening Star Building, Old Ebbitt Grill, Woodward & Lothrop (department store main building), St. Patrick's Church, Mary Surratt House, etc. .


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Downtown Urban Renewal Area Landmarks Washigton DC
National Capital Planning Commission
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National Capital Planning Commission
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Washington DC, Urban Renewal, Downtown Revitalization, Architecture
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Americana and American History; Architecture; Social History;

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