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Capital Houses documents the history of residential homes in Washington, D.C., since the founding of the first European settlements in the area to 1965. Forty-four houses in the District of Columbia and 12 in Virginia and Maryland suburbs are examined. The history, architectural significance, and importance of each home is given in detail. Photographs by Bruce M. White, a Capital Houses documents the history of residential homes in Washington, D.C., since the founding of the first European settlements in the area to 1965. Forty-four houses in the District of Columbia and 12 in Virginia and Maryland suburbs are examined. The history, architectural significance, and importance of each home is given in detail. Photographs by Bruce M. White, a noted local architectural photographer, bring to life many never-before-photographed residences. Historic photographs, lavishly restored, document many long-demolished homes. Floor plans for many homes are also provided, as are detailed maps showing the location of each structure.


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Capital Houses documents the history of residential homes in Washington, D.C., since the founding of the first European settlements in the area to 1965. Forty-four houses in the District of Columbia and 12 in Virginia and Maryland suburbs are examined. The history, architectural significance, and importance of each home is given in detail. Photographs by Bruce M. White, a Capital Houses documents the history of residential homes in Washington, D.C., since the founding of the first European settlements in the area to 1965. Forty-four houses in the District of Columbia and 12 in Virginia and Maryland suburbs are examined. The history, architectural significance, and importance of each home is given in detail. Photographs by Bruce M. White, a noted local architectural photographer, bring to life many never-before-photographed residences. Historic photographs, lavishly restored, document many long-demolished homes. Floor plans for many homes are also provided, as are detailed maps showing the location of each structure.

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