Washington’s famed Willard Hotel has been a political gathering place for nearly 200 years.
Category: Historical Landscapes
A trio of grandes dames ran Washington society for decades and left the city with three irreplaceable gifts.
Exiled diplomats from three small countries kept their hopes of freedom alive for 50 years.
The early mansion-ization of Dupont Ciricle… and how one “palace builder” avoided a gypsy’s curse.
How Washington became skyscraper-free.
The Magnificent Plan of Pierre L’Enfant.
From the ashes of grief, Duncan Phillips’ “phoenix” rose.
The camera-ready Kennedys evoked the mystique of Camelot.