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Cleveland Park Historical Society - Emily Eig: Waddy B. Wood: Rediscovering Wood’s Legacy in Twentieth Century Washington

The Cleveland Park Historical Society presents a free talk by Emily Eig:

Waddy B. Wood: Rediscovering Wood’s Legacy in Twentieth Century Washington.

Tuesday, March 5th, 7:30 pm at the Cleveland Park Congregational Church, 3400 Lowell Street, NW.

The talk is free and open to the public but we are asking attendees to register so we can be sure we have enough seating. Reserve your space at https://waddywood.eventbrite.com .

Commandeered Housing in WWI Washington, DC: A Federal Landlording Nightmare

Commandeered Housing in WWI Washington, DC: A Federal Landlording NightmareWhat Once Was

Commandeered Housing in WWI Washington, DC: A Federal Landlording Nightmare

By Matthew B. Gilmore

COMPLETE COLUMN HERE: http://intowner.com/2019/02/21/commandeered-housing-in-wwi-washington-dc-a-federal-landlording-nightmare/

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