Remembering Washington, D.C.

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With a selection of fine historic images from their best-selling book Historic Photos of Washington, D.C., Matthew Gilmore and Andrew Brodie Smith provide a valuable and revealing historical retrospective on the growth and development of Washington, D.C.. Remembering Washington, D.C., captures this journey through still photography selected from the finest archives. From the city’s early days to recent times, Remembering Washington, D.C., follows life, government, education, and events throughout Washington’s ...

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Overview

With a selection of fine historic images from their best-selling book Historic Photos of Washington, D.C., Matthew Gilmore and Andrew Brodie Smith provide a valuable and revealing historical retrospective on the growth and development of Washington, D.C.. Remembering Washington, D.C., captures this journey through still photography selected from the finest archives. From the city’s early days to recent times, Remembering Washington, D.C., follows life, government, education, and events throughout Washington’s history. This volume captures unique and rare scenes through the lens of more than a hundred historic photographs. Published in vivid black-and-white, these images communicate historic events and everyday life of two centuries of people building a unique and prosperous city.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781596526389
  • Publisher: Turner Publishing Company
  • Publication date: 5/31/2010
  • Series: Remembering Series
  • Pages: 134
  • Sales rank: 1,168,619
  • Product dimensions: 11.00 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.37 (d)

Meet the Author

Matthew Gilmore is founding editor of H-DC, the Washington, D.C., history discussion list and Web site h-net.org/~dclist. Formerly reference and collection development librarian at the Washingtoniana Division of the District of Columbia Public Library, he has co-edited and serves on the editorial board of Washington History. He currently works as a consultant and also teaches workshops on Washington history.

Andrew Brodie Smith is cultural historian, writer, and independent bookseller. He formerly worked in the History Division of the District of Columbia Public Library. He holds a Ph.D. in history from UCLA. His book Shooting Cowboys and Indians: Silent Western Films, American Culture, and the Birth of Hollywood was published in 2003 by University Press of Colorado.

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