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Birdseye View of the National Capital Including the Site of the Proposed World's Exposition of 1892 and Permanent Expositions of the Three Americas
Map shows the layout of Washington, D. C., at the location of the proposed World's Exposition of 1892 and the permanent exposition of the three Americas, on the land between the Washington Monument and the Potomac River.
Map shows business section of Washington, D. C., from 7th Street to 15th Street, between Pennsylvania Avenue and I Street, with business names and some tax statuses within plots of land. Reverse side gives historical, demographic, and business information about the city, as well as aerial photographs of the city.
Map depicting the C & O Railroad network in the Mid-Atlantic and Midwestern states (Michigan, Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky, West Virginia, Virginia, Washington, DC, and New York. Though undated, the map was issued some time between 1947, when the C & O acquired the Pere Marquette Railway of Michigan and Ontario, and 1972, when it adopted a new corporate name following a merger with the ancient Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.
Map shows the city of Washington, D.C., color-coded into sections, with references and the plan of the principal floor of the Capitol.
Map shows the District of Columbia in 1901, as prepared under the direction of the sub-committee of Senate Committee on the District of Columbia.
Plan of the City Intended for the Permanent Seat of the Government of the United States (reproduction)
Map shows Pierre l'Enfant's plan for the city of Washington, D.C. It also contains notes from the US Coast and Geodetic Survey Office from 1887, which confirm the correctness of the map.
Map shows 1794 Washington, D. C.
Map shows plan of Washington, D.C., complete with numbered city blocks, water depths, and explanatory notes concerning observations of the plan and breadth of the streets.
Map shows Washington, D.C. as it was in 1865, with annotations concerning specific locations and items of historical interest.
Map is the Washington Standard Guide for Washington, D.C.