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Town and Country: 1913

Town and Country: 1913

June 28, 1913. Washington, D.C. "Massachusetts Avenue Heights." Woodland Drive at 32nd Street NW. National Photo Co. glass negative. View full size.

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Posh Digs

This neighborhood was exclusive from the start. The Washington Post reports that Rep. Martin B. Madden (Republican, Illinois), chair of the appropriations committee, lived at 3201 Woodland Drive in the 1920s.

Tony Neighborhood Today!

Two homes on the market: $6.5 million and $8.3 million.,DC/38.923526,38.928033,-77.066...

Re: Slow down

Lying on the road. Not "laying."

[Another Shorpy Teaching Moment! - Dave]

Slow down!

Are those speed bumps laying on the road or did Batman just leave the Batcave?

Woodland at 32nd Today

Woodland and 32nd. Click to zoom.

Washington Monument

That property corner marker labeled "LOT 1" is the biggest monument I've ever seen a surveyor use. We have a piece of rebar poking up half an inch out of the ground on each corner of our lot.

Would cry

Speakin' of cryin', I would do so with delight if someone out there could produce a photo that shows what this sylvan intersection looks like today. Thank you.

Woodland & 32nd

That corner's crying for a 7-Eleven.

[And a Starbucks! - Dave]

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