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The Ruined Capitol-An Architectural Eulogy of What Was Washington, D.C._ 1422 Eye Street N.E. (at Florida Ave

The Ruined Capitol-An Architectural Eulogy of What Was Washington, D.C._ 1422 Eye Street N.E. (at Florida Ave

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A PDF of a pages that was deleted from The Ruined Capitol site.
A PDF of a pages that was deleted from The Ruined Capitol site.

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A photo depository and discussion dedicated to the comparison of buildings, culture, and society inWashington, D.C. that have been destroyed, replaced or miraculously preserved during the greatarchitectural purge of the Federal City from 1930 to the 1980s.
DC Public LibraryGoogle MapsGreater Greater WashingtonHistoric American Building Survey (HABS)Old Magazine Articles.comShorpy.comThe Historical Society of Washington, DCThe Library of CongressThe Streets of WashingtonWashington Kaleidoscope
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Tuesday, January 31, 2012
1422 Eye Street N.E. (at Florida Ave.)
ca. 1920Photo source: Shorpy, Google Street view
The People Drugs supply warehouse. Buildings filled with hot water bottles, rubber gloves, elixir ointments, balmsand salves.
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4 Comments:
IMGoph said...
This is impossible. There is no 1400 block of I Street NE.February 7, 2012 4:53 PM
Jacobsen Architecture, LLC said...
You are going to make me post that map from 1901 aren't you...February 7, 2012 5:06 PM
Jacobsen Architecture, LLC said...
It is that chunk of Florida Ave that flattens I street out to the east. The negative calls it 14x of I Street, but it is actuallyFlorida Ave. at that small part of the block. I will make a note on the header so it is clear. Cheers.February 7, 2012 5:11 PM
IMGoph said...Simon
: You're still incorrect. If you do a little more research, you'll see that the People's Drug Store warehouse wason the 1400 block of 1st Street NE. Today, the building at the corner of 1st and Florida NE is called the "PeoplesBuilding" in honor of the former warehouse.I love your blog's potential. I lament the shoddy research that goes into so many of these posts. Get out there on thestreet and look at things. Just using Google Maps to get your shots is a shortcut that's handicapping you severely.February 7, 2012 5:13 PM
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