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historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM27CL_alexander-ray-house_Washington-DC.html
This large free-standing townhouse was built in 1849, and is one of the few remaining houses with Greek Revival elements in the city.
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM26OE_site-of-2310-h-street-northwest_Washington-DC.html
To the long forgotten families, friends, neighbors, public schools and churches that collectively planted a small mustard seed and unselfishly created a cohesive, black community known as the "Bottom," we dedicate the memory of our home and in s…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM26OA_here-at-2023-g-street-n-w-in-1912-the-george-washington-university_Washington-DC.html
Here, at 2023 G Street, N.W., in 1912, The George Washington University relocated from its H Street, N.W., location. All administrative offices, the library and lecture halls, except for the Law and Medical Schools, were accommodated in the former…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM26NK_lenthall-houses_Washington-DC.html
These two circa 1800 Federal Style houses were built by John Lenthall, architect and principal assistant to Benjamin Latrobe on the construction of the United States Capitol. The houses were originally located at 612 and 614 19th Street, N.W., and…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM2635_remembering-dr-dorothy-height_Washington-DC.html
She loved herself some hats. So when she was surprised with a beautiful, ornately decorated purple hat at an event at the Anacostia Community Museum last fall, Dorothy Height's face lit up like a Christmas Tree, and the gathering gave her a stan…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM2631_a-sustainable-vision_Washington-DC.html
[Left panel:] Vision and Mission for Sustainability at GW The George Washington University envisions a future with resource systems that are healthy and thriving for all. In efforts to enhance our campus, our nation's capital and the world at …
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM2630_liberty-baptist-church_Washington-DC.html
In commemoration of Liberty Baptist Church which occupied a building on this site between 1915 and 1960. Formed as an African-American congregation in 1869, the Liberty Baptist Church was originally located at 18 and E Streets, NW, before moving…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM2628_veterans-memorial-park-a-war-memorial_Washington-DC.html
Provided through the generosity of Mark R. Shenkman, GWSB MBA '67, First Lieutenant, US Army
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM2627_free-mandela_Washington-DC.html
The George Washington University Washington DC This call to set free the imprisoned South African leader Nelson Mandela is symbolic of our students' traditional commitment to racial justice. Inscribed during the anti-apartheid movement of…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM2625_at-gw-being-bright-comes-naturally_Washington-DC.html
Did you know that the George Washington University gets 50% of its electricity from solar energy? The Capital Partners Solar Project allows GW, GW University Hospital, and American University to source renewable energy from a solar farm in North C…
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