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Christmas in Washington 1794: a new blog posting

Sharing images of and analyzing time roles and payrolls in my new blog Slave Labor in the Capital, I explore Christmas Day 1794 in Washington. The city was nothing but a work site then. No one left any record of a Christmas celebration, but a time role in the National Archives shows that the cook, Thomas Smith, worked on the 25th while almost everybody else didn't.

Old Georgetown Board - Preliminary List of Cases for January 6 2015

Greetings:

Please find below the preliminary agenda of the Georgetown Historic District cases received and expected to be reviewed at the next meeting of the Old Georgetown Board, U.S. Commission of Fine Arts. Please note that some cases may be removed from the draft agenda if the supplemental information is not submitted on time.

HPRB Actions - November 20 and December 4 2014

Greetings: This document and others related to the November 20 and December 4 HPRB Meeting and Hearing are posted on our website at: http://planning.dc.gov/node/946672

 

 

HPRB ACTIONS

November 20 and December 4, 2014

 

The Historic Preservation Review Board met to consider the following items on November 20 and December 4, 2014. 

 

November 20 Meeting

 

HPRB Agenda and Consent Calendar - December 18 2014

Greetings:  Documents related to the December 18 Meeting and Hearing are posted on the website at:   http://planning.dc.gov/node/960782 

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HPRB AGENDA

December 18, 2014

 

The Historic Preservation Review Board will meet to consider the following items on December 18, 2014.  The meeting will begin at 9:00 a.m. at 441 4th Street NW in Room 220 South.  Applicants and those interested in testifying should arrive at least fifteen minutes prior to the assigned time for the case.

 

 

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