Posts by Laura Barry

Knight Kiplinger Invites Members to Montevideo on Exclusive Seneca, Maryland Tour

Knight Kiplinger Invites Members to Montevideo on Exclusive Seneca, Maryland Tour

Knight Kiplinger, editor in chief and president of the Kiplinger Washington Editors, Inc., invites Historical Society of Washington, D.C. members to his home, Montevideo, in Seneca, Maryland Sunday, October 23. This will be the second year that this exclusive tour has been offered to members. The day will include a tour of Montevideo and notable […]

D.C. Plans Coordinated Oral History Project

D.C. Plans Coordinated Oral History Project

By Andrew Giambrone | Washington City Paper, May 17, 2016 Read Andrew Giambrone’s article.

The Historical Society of Washington, D.C. Presents “For the Record: Changing D.C.” Group Exhibition

The Historical Society of Washington, D.C. Presents “For the Record: Changing D.C.” Group Exhibition

By Editorial Team | East City Art, April 12, 2016 Read article.

Preview: Exposed DC at Carnegie Library

Preview: Exposed DC at Carnegie Library

By Elisabeth Grant | DCist, March 7, 2016 Read Elisabeth Grant’s article.

District at Historical Society of Washington, D.C.

District at Historical Society of Washington, D.C.

By Steve Kiviat | Washington City Paper, January 29, 2016 Read Steve Kiviat’s article.

Chris Earnshaw’s ‘District’ Time Capsule

Chris Earnshaw’s ‘District’ Time Capsule

By Louis Jacobson | Washington City Paper, January 25, 2016 Read Louis Jacobson’s article.

The Polaroids of the Cowboy Poet

The Polaroids of the Cowboy Poet

He captured a crumbling city and almost went down with it. Then one man saw his photos. By Dan Zak | Washington Post, January 13, 2016 Read Dan Zak’s Article.

On its Birthday, this D.C. History Group Gave Some Big Gifts

On its Birthday, this D.C. History Group Gave Some Big Gifts

By John Kelly | Washington Post, December 7, 2015 Read John Kelly’s article.

Historical Society Welcomes University Summer Students

School may be almost out for summer – but in the weeks before the semester ended nearly 50 students spent time among the collections here at Historical Society of Washington, D.C. In addition to individual research visits over the last two weeks, class groups included both graduate and undergraduates from the Corcoran School of Arts […]

At Two New Exhibits, Differing Takes on D.C.’s Development Boom

At Two New Exhibits, Differing Takes on D.C.’s Development Boom

By Arielle Milkman | DCist, April 23, 2015 Read Arielle Milkman’s article.