Historic places in District of columbia

Historic name Location
2000 Block Of Eye Street, NW South side of 2000 block of Eye St., NW., Washington, DC
2nd Baptist Church 816 3rd St. NW, Washington, DC
Adams Memorial Webster St. and Rock Creek Church Rd., NW., Washington, DC
Adas Israel Synagogue 3rd and G Sts., NW., Washington, DC
Administration Building, Carnegie Institute of Washington 1530 P St., NW., Washington, DC
Alban Towers Apartment Building 3700 Massachusetts Ave., NW., Washington, DC
Alden, Babcock, Calvert Apartments 2620 13th St., NW., Washington, DC
Alibi Club 1806 Eye St., NW., Washington, DC
American Federation of Labor Building 901 Massachusetts Ave., NW., Washington, DC
American Institute of Pharmacy Building 2215 Constitution Ave., NW., Washington, DC
American National Red Cross 17th and D Sts., NW, Washington, DC
American Peace Society 734 Jackson Pl., NW., Washington, DC
American Revolution Statuary Public buildings and various parks within DC, Washington, DC
American Security and Trust Company 15th and Pennsylvania Ave., NW., Washington, DC
Anacostia Historic District Roughly bounded by Good Hope Rd., 16th St., Mapleview, Washington, DC
Anderson, Larz, House 2118 Massachusetts Ave., NW., Washington, DC
Andrew Rankin Memorial Chapel, Frederick Douglas Memorial Hall, Founders Library 2441 and 2365 6th St. NW; and 500 Howard Place NW, Washington, DC
Apartment Building at 2225 N Street 2225 N St., NW., Washington, DC
Arden, Elizabeth, Building 1147 Connecticut Ave., Washington, DC
Arlington Memorial Bridge Spans Potomac River, Washington, DC

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