District of Columbia Parks

  • National Memorial

    African American Civil War Memorial

    Washington, DC

    Throughout the course of the American Civil War over 200,000 African American soldiers and sailors served to keep the United States whole and to free permanently over four million people in forced servitude. The African American Civil War Memorial honors the service and sacrifices of those individuals who played their part in helping their people and their country.

  • Park

    Anacostia

    Washington, DC

    Whether you exercise along the river trail or relax by the water, Anacostia Park is a breath of fresh air and a space to unwind amid a bustling city.

  • Capitol Hill Parks

    Washington, DC

    The Capitol Hill Parks include several park areas east of the U.S. Capitol. Included in this group are Folger, Lincoln, Stanton, and Marion Parks, the Eastern Market and Potomac Avenue Metro stations, and several smaller land parcels such as Seward Square, Twining Square, the Maryland Avenue Triangles, the Pennsylvania Avenue Medians, and 59 inner-city triangles and squares.

  • National Historic Trail

    Captain John Smith Chesapeake

    Various States, VA,MD,DE,DC,PA,NY

    Four hundred years ago Englishman John Smith and a small crew of adventurers set out in an open boat to explore the Chesapeake Bay. Between 1607 and 1609 Smith and his crew mapped nearly 3,000 miles of the Bay and rivers and documented American Indian communities. Smith’s map and journals are a remarkable record of the 17th-century Chesapeake. Come join the adventure on the Chesapeake Bay!

  • National Historic Site

    Carter G. Woodson Home

    Washington, DC

    Before Dr. Carter G. Woodson, there was very little accurate written history about the lives and experiences of Americans of African descent. Today a National Historic Site, Dr. Woodson’s home served as the headquarters for the Association for the Study of African American Life and History. Dr. Woodson established Negro History Week here in 1926, which we celebrate today as Black History Month.

  • National Historical Park

    Chesapeake & Ohio Canal

    Potomac River, DC,MD,WV

    Preserving America's early transportation history, the C&O Canal began as a dream of passage to Western wealth. Operating for nearly 100 years the canal was a lifeline for communities along the Potomac River as coal, lumber and agricultural products floated down the waterway to market. Today it endures as a pathway for discovering historical, natural and recreational treasures!

  • Chesapeake Bay

    Chesapeake Bay Watershed, DC,MD,NY,PA,VA,WV

    NPS helps you learn about and enjoy the Chesapeake Bay, the largest estuary in North America. Here, you can visit major league cities, colonial towns, farms and fishing villages. You can learn to kayak, pick crabs, go fishing, tour a lighthouse, slurp oysters, and slow down to enjoy the natural beauty of the Chesapeake. Download the Chesapeake Explorer mobile app and have it at your fingertips.

  • Chesapeake Bay Gateways and Watertrails Network

    DC,MD,NY,PA,VA,WV,DE

    The Chesapeake Bay Gateways and Watertrails Network connects you with the natural and cultural heritage of the Chesapeake Bay watershed through more than 170 exceptional parks, wildlife refuges, museums, sailing ships, historic communities, trails and more. Gateways Network partner sites and water trails are the special places where you can experience the authentic Chesapeake.

  • Civil War Defenses of Washington

    Washington, DC

    On forested hills surrounding the nation's capital are the remnants of a complex system of Civil War fortifications. Built by Union forces, these strategic buttresses transformed the young capital into one of the world's most fortified cities.

  • Constitution Gardens

    Washington, DC

    Officially established in 1965, National Mall and Memorial Parks actually protects some of the older parkland in the National Park System. Areas within this premier park provide visitors with ample opportunities to commemorate presidential legacies; honor the courage and sacrifice of war veterans; and celebrate the United States commitment to freedom and equality.

  • National Historic Site

    Ford's Theatre

    Washington, DC

    Explore Ford's Theatre NHS, discover Abraham Lincoln's life in Washington DC, the struggle for a united country, and the motivation behind Lincoln's Assassination.The National Park Service and the Ford's Theatre Society presents a variety of programs year round.

  • Fort Dupont Park

    Washington, DC

    Come out to celebrate 43 years of live music performances. Saturdays, July 18 -August 8 Gates open at 5:30 PM July 18th Clan Salsa DC and Eme & Heteru with DJ Lance Reynolds Hosted by Katea Stitt WPFW July 25th Cece Peniston featuring Wes Felton and Tamara Wellons DJ Jahsonic | Hosted by Michel Wright MAJIC August 1 Cherrelle featuring Kendall Isadore and Kenny Sharpless DJ Lance Reynolds | Host

  • Memorial

    Franklin Delano Roosevelt

    Washington, DC

    "The only thing we have to fear is fear itself...." iconic words from an iconic president. Learn more about the man, his memorial and his lasting legacy to the Nation.

  • National Historic Site

    Frederick Douglass

    Washington, DC

    Walk the halls of Cedar Hill, home of the famed abolitionist Frederick Douglass. Born into slavery, Douglass escaped to spend his life fighting for justice and equality for all people. His tireless struggle, brilliant words, and inclusive vision of humanity continue to inspire and sustain people today.

  • Memorial

    George Mason

    Washington, DC

    Dedicated on April 9, 2002, honors the little known but widely felt contributions of an important founding father.

  • Memorial Parkway

    George Washington

    DC, MD, VA

    The George Washington Memorial Parkway was designed for recreational driving. It links sites that commemorate important episodes in American history and preserve habitat for local wildlife. The parkway and its associated trails provide a scenic place to play and rest in the busy Washington, DC metropolitan area.

  • National Memorial

    John Ericsson

    National Mall, DC

    During his lifetime, John Ericsson revolutionized several facets of technology. The Swedish-born engineer-inventor is best known for his work during the Civil War when he transformed naval warfare through his design of the iron-plated USS Monitor. The movements of Ericsson’s pencil across his drafting board were as crucial to victory as the movements of Lincoln’s armies across battlefields.

  • Kenilworth Park & Aquatic Gardens

    Washington, DC

    In an age old dance wind, water, and land combine here. Sparkling in the sun on a breezy day, this natural area of Anacostia Park has origins in a 1926 act of Congress to preserve the forests, water quality, and recreation value of the waterways of Washington, DC. The park reflects the policies that affect rivers and wetlands. Come, join the dance.

  • Memorial

    Korean War Veterans

    Washington, DC

    Our nation honors her sons and daughters who answered the call to defend a country they never knew and a people they never met.

  • Memorial

    Lincoln

    Washington, DC

    "In this temple, as in the hearts of the people for whom he saved the Union, the memory of Abraham Lincoln is enshrined forever." Beneath these words, the 16th President of the United States sits immortalized in marble as an enduring symbol of unity, strength, and wisdom.

  • Lyndon Baines Johnson Memorial Grove on the Potomac

    Washington, DC

    From this distance the seat of national power appears pristine across the river, so President Johnson came here often when he needed to escape from the stresses of building a Great Society. After he died, his wife chose this place for his memorial. A landscape of serpentine paths, white pines, a granite monolith, and an open meadow honors his legacy of social justice and conservation legislation.

  • National Memorial

    Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial

    Washington, DC

    A man of conscience; the freedom movement of which he was a beacon; and his message of freedom, equality, justice and love.

  • National Historic Site

    Mary McLeod Bethune Council House

    Washington, DC

    Mary McLeod Bethune achieved her greatest recognition at the Washington, DC townhouse that is now this National Historic Site. The Council House was the first headquarters of the National Council of Negro Women (NCNW) and was Bethune’s last home in Washington, DC. From here, Bethune and the NCNW spearheaded strategies and developed programs that advanced the interests of African American women.

  • Park

    Meridian Hill

    Washington, DC

    An administrative unit of Rock Creek Park, Meridian Hill Park is an urban park like no other. The formal, 12-acre site includes unique statues, the largest cascading fountain in North America, concrete aggregate architecture, a U.S. presidential memorial, and more. Designed based off of an Italian aristocrat's private residence, Meridian Hill Park is open to everyone. Come all, come one!

  • National Capital Parks-East

    Washington, DC

    Welcome to National Capital Parks-East. We invite you to journey to parks Beyond the Capital of Washington, D.C. National Capital Parks-East is 13 park sites, parkways and statuary covering more than 8,000 acres of historic, cultural, and recreational parklands from Capitol Hill to the nearby Maryland suburbs

  • National Mall

    Washington, DC

    A unique place in our Nation's Capital where history happens. Here, the nation celebrates, honors, and demonstrates its commitment to democracy.

  • National Mall & Memorial Parks

    Washington, DC

    Each year, millions of people visit the National Mall and Memorial Parks to recreate, to commemorate presidential legacies, to honor our nation's veterans, to make their voices heard, and to celebrate our nation's commitment to freedom and equality.

  • Memorial

    National World War II

    Washington, DC

    Through stone architecture and bronze sculptures, the World War II Memorial recognizes the ways Americans served, honors those who fell, and recognizes the victory they achieved to restore freedom and end tyranny around the globe.

  • Old Post Office Tower

    Washington, DC

    Built in 1899, the Old Post Office's clock tower offers panoramic views of Washington, D.C. The tower houses the Congress Bells, a Bicentennial gift from England commemorating friendship between the nations. The Tower is closed until 2016 as the entire building is currently undergoing major renovations.

  • Peirce Mill

    Washington, DC

    Peirce Mill was built in the 1820's, and operated commercially until 1897. The United States Government acquired the mill as part of Rock Creek in 1892. Peirce Mill has recently been refurbished and operates on special occasions. Peirce Mill is on the National Register of Historic Places.

  • National Historic Site

    Pennsylvania Avenue

    Washington, DC

    A street unlike any other. It is known the world over as the heart of the Nation's Capital. America's history has marched, paraded, promenaded, and protested its way along the Avenue.

  • National Scenic Trail

    Potomac Heritage

    the corridor between the Chesapeake Bay and the Allegheny Highlands, DC,MD,PA,VA

    Linking the Potomac and upper Ohio river basins, the Potomac Heritage Trail network follows the paths explored by George Washington. You can follow the same routes today—on foot, bicycle, horse and by boat—exploring contrasting landscapes between the Chesapeake Bay and the Allegheny Highlands.

  • President's Park (White House)

    Washington, DC

    Every president except George Washington has called the White House and its surrounding grounds his place of work, rest, and solitude. Recognizable the world around, the White House stands as a symbol of democracy. The White House and its park grounds serve not only as the seat of the executive branch of government of the United States of America, but also as an iconic place for civil discourse.

  • Park

    Rock Creek

    Washington, DC

    Rock Creek Park is truly a gem in our nation's capital. It offers visitors opportunity to reflect and soothe their spirits through the beauty of nature. Fresh air, majestic trees, wild animals, the ebb and flow of Rock Creek, and thousands of years of human history emanate the delicate aura of the forest. We invite you to Find Yourself in Rock Creek Park and help celebrate our 125th Anniversary.

  • National Historic Trail

    Star-Spangled Banner

    DC, MD, VA

    For three years the young United States was embroiled in the War of 1812 and the Chesapeake Bay region felt the brunt of it, choked by shipping blockades and ravaged by enemy raids. Through sites and landscapes in Virginia, the District of Columbia, and throughout Maryland, the Trail tells the stories of the events, people, and places that led to the birth of our National Anthem.

  • The Old Stone House

    Washington, DC

    As the nation's capital, Washington, DC is known primarily as a city of grand memorials to national leaders and significant events. But aren't the lives of DC's "regular" citizens and "regular" buildings significant too? The oldest building in DC, Old Stone House commemorates the daily lives of Georgetown's early residents. The house serves as a great example of Revolutionary War-era architecture.

  • Theodore Roosevelt Island

    Washington, DC

    In the 1930s landscape architects transformed Mason’s Island from neglected, overgrown farmland into Theodore Roosevelt Island, a memorial to America’s 26th president. They conceived a “real forest” designed to mimic the natural forest that once covered the island. Today miles of trails through wooded uplands and swampy bottomlands honor the legacy of a great outdoorsman and conservationist

  • Memorial

    Thomas Jefferson

    Washington, DC

    Author of the Declaration of Independence, Statesman and Visionary for the founding of a Nation.

  • Memorial

    Vietnam Veterans

    Washington, DC

    Honoring the men and women who served in the controversial Vietnam War, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial chronologically lists the names of more than 58,000 Americans who gave their lives in service to their country.

  • Washington Monument

    Washington, DC

    Built to honor George Washington, the United States' first president, the 555-foot marble obelisk towers over Washington, D.C. Tickets are required to visit the interior of the Washington Monument.

  • National Historic Trail

    Washington-Rochambeau

    MA,RI,CT,NY,NJ,PA,DE,MD,VA,DC

    By 1780, the Americans found their War for Independence at a stalemate. France had previously provided America with supplies and money, but now French ground forces were sent to help turn the tide of the War. General Rochambeau and the French Army allied with General Washington and the Continental Army, journeying hundreds of miles to a victory at Yorktown and, ultimately, the War.

  • World War II Memorial

    Washington, DC

    Through stone architecture and bronze sculptures, the World War II Memorial recognizes the ways Americans served, honors those who fell, and recognizes the victory they achieved to restore freedom and end tyranny around the globe.

American Battlefield Protection Program Grants

  • Civil War Battlefields: Rapid Assessment Mapping (i)

    American Battlefield Protection Program - $20,000 grant, 2005
    Partner: Civil War Preservation Trust

Historic Preservation Tax Credit Projects

  • 417 A Street Se

    Washington, DC

    Historic Preservation Tax Credit - project total $188,188 completed in 2003

  • Arthur S. Flemming Center

    Washington, DC

    Historic Preservation Tax Credit - project total $1,069,107 completed in 2003

  • Arthur S. Flemming Center

    Washington, DC

    Historic Preservation Tax Credit - project total $534,554 completed in 2003

  • Arthur S. Flemming Center

    Washington, DC

    Historic Preservation Tax Credit - project total $1,069,107 completed in 2003

  • Atlas Theater And Shops

    Washington, DC

    Historic Preservation Tax Credit - project total $22,100,000 completed in 2006

  • Bank of Columbia

    Washington, DC

    Historic Preservation Tax Credit - project total $1,483,300 completed in 1998

  • Capitol Associates Iii-X Limited Partnership

    Washington, DC

    Historic Preservation Tax Credit - project total $154,669 completed in 2008

  • Carlton Hotel

    Washington, DC

    Historic Preservation Tax Credit - project total $56,200,000 completed in 2009

  • Clifton Terrace

    Washington, DC

    Historic Preservation Tax Credit - project total $20,324,648 completed in 2004

  • Efird Residence

    Washington, DC

    Historic Preservation Tax Credit - project total $401,000 completed in 2006

  • General Post Office/Tariff Commissi

    Washington, DC

    Historic Preservation Tax Credit - project total $23,381,017 completed in 2004

  • Hay-Adams Hotel

    Washington, DC

    Historic Preservation Tax Credit - project total $17,500,000 completed in 2002

  • Historic 1833 Building

    Washington, DC

    Historic Preservation Tax Credit - project total $74,000 completed in 2000

  • Historic 1870 Building

    Washington, DC

    Historic Preservation Tax Credit - project total $750,000 completed in 2003

  • Historic 1874 Building

    Washington, DC

    Historic Preservation Tax Credit - project total $194,283 completed in 2009

  • Historic 1887 & 1940 Building

    Washington, DC

    Historic Preservation Tax Credit - project total $1,252,475 completed in 2004

  • Historic 1892 Building

    Washington, DC

    Historic Preservation Tax Credit - project total $2,461,756 completed in 2000

  • Historic 1893 Building

    Washington, DC

    Historic Preservation Tax Credit - project total $197,115 completed in 2010

  • Historic 1896 Building

    Washington, DC

    Historic Preservation Tax Credit - project total $308,237 completed in 2002

  • Historic 1906 Building

    Washington, DC

    Historic Preservation Tax Credit - project total $1,162,000 completed in 2003

  • Masonic Temple

    Washington, DC

    Historic Preservation Tax Credit - project total $8,372,270 completed in 2001

  • Melwood And Vernon Apartments

    Washington, DC

    Historic Preservation Tax Credit - project total $2,100,000 completed in 2002

  • Meridian Manor

    Washington, DC

    Historic Preservation Tax Credit - project total $3,921,812 completed in 2003

  • Olympia Apartments (olympia Flats)

    Washington, DC

    Historic Preservation Tax Credit - project total $14,038,862 completed in 2005

  • Parkfair Apartments

    Washington, DC

    Historic Preservation Tax Credit - project total $2,845,426 completed in 2003

  • Peter Grogan Building

    Washington, DC

    Historic Preservation Tax Credit - project total $4,300,000 completed in 2003

  • Professional Building (and Annex)

    Suffolk, VA

    Historic Preservation Tax Credit - project total $4,681,239 completed in 2004

  • Rear Warehouse

    Washington, DC

    Historic Preservation Tax Credit - project total $2,054,390 completed in 1999

  • Rich's Shoes

    Washington, DC

    Historic Preservation Tax Credit - project total $2,600,000 completed in 2009

  • Roosevelt Hotel

    Washington, DC

    Historic Preservation Tax Credit - project total $22,522,500 completed in 2003

  • Tower Building

    Washington, DC

    Historic Preservation Tax Credit - project total $12,000,000 completed in 1999

  • Trinity Towers

    Washington, DC

    Historic Preservation Tax Credit - project total $9,426,936 completed in 2003

  • United Mine Workers Hearqtrs/Univ.

    Washington, DC

    Historic Preservation Tax Credit - project total $9,790,529 completed in 2002

  • Warder-Totten House

    Washington, DC

    Historic Preservation Tax Credit - project total $9,072,854 completed in 2003

  • Wardman Row

    Washington, DC

    Historic Preservation Tax Credit - project total $9,723,024 completed in 2009

  • Washington Loan & Trust Co. Bldg.

    Washington, DC

    Historic Preservation Tax Credit - project total $14,500,000 completed in 2001

  • Woodward & Lothrop Building

    Washington, DC

    Historic Preservation Tax Credit - project total $1,700,000 completed in 2009

  • Woodward Building

    Washington, DC

    Historic Preservation Tax Credit - project total $52,772,931 completed in 2008

  • the Cavalier Apartment Building / Hilltop Manor

    Washington, DC

    Historic Preservation Tax Credit - project total $23,488,058 completed in 2009

  • the Folger Building

    Washington, DC

    Historic Preservation Tax Credit - project total $620,000 completed in 2001

  • the Jacob

    Washington, DC

    Historic Preservation Tax Credit - project total $490,000 completed in 2004

Land & Water Conservation Fund Grants

  • Hearst Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $150,000 grant, 2008
    Partner: District of Columbia Parks & Recreation

  • Marvin Gaye Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $333,155 grant, 2004
    Partner: DC Parks And Recreation Department

  • Mitchell Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $50,000 grant, 2001
    Partner: DC Parks And Recreation

  • Shaw Park

    Land & Water Conservation Fund - $250,000 grant, 2007
    Partner: District of Columbia Parks And Recreation

National Register of Historic Places

  • 2000 Block Of Eye Street, NW

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1977

  • 2nd Baptist Church

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2004

  • Adams Memorial

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1972

  • Adas Israel Synagogue

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1969

  • Alban Towers Apartment Building

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1994

  • Alden, Babcock, Calvert Apartments

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1990

  • Alibi Club

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1994

  • American Federation of Labor Building

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1974

  • American Institute of Pharmacy Building

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1977

  • American National Red Cross

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1966

  • American Peace Society

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1974

  • American Revolution Statuary

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1978

  • American Security and Trust Company

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1973

  • Anacostia Historic District

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1978

  • Anderson, Larz, House

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1971

  • Apartment Building at 2225 N Street

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1994

  • Arden, Elizabeth, Building

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2003

  • Arlington Memorial Bridge

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1980

  • Armed Forces Retirement Home--Washington

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2007

  • Armstrong Manual Training School

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1996

  • Arts Club of Washington

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1969

  • Arts and Industries Building

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1971

  • Asbury United Methodist Church

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1986

  • Asbury, Francis, Memorial

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2007

  • Ashburton House

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1973

  • Auditor's Building Complex

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1978

  • Augusta Apartment Building

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1994

  • Babcock--Macomb House

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1995

  • Bachelor Apartment House

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1978

  • Baker, Newton D., House

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1976

  • Banneker Recreation Center

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1986

  • Barker, George M., Company Warehouse

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2008

  • Battleground National Cemetery

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1966

  • Bayly, Mountjoy, House

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1973

  • Beale, Joseph, House

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1973

  • Bell, Alexander Graham, Laboratory

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1972

  • Belmont, Perry, House

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1973

  • Blagden Alley--Naylor Court Historic District

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1990

  • Bond Building

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1983

  • Boulder Bridge and Ross Drive Bridge

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1980

  • Bowen, Anthony, YMCA

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1983

  • Brodhead--Bell--Morton Mansion

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1987

  • Brooks Mansion

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1975

  • Brownley Confectionary Building

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1994

  • Bruce, Blanche K., House

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1975

  • Building at 3901 Connecticut Ave., NW

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1997

  • Buildings at 1000 Block of Seventh Street, and 649-651 New York Avenue NW

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1984

  • Buildings at 1644--1666 Park Road NW

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1986

  • Bulletin Building

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2008

  • Bunche, Ralph, House

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1993

  • Cady, Lucinda, House

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1975

  • Cairo Apartment Building

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1994

  • Canadian Embassy

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1973

  • Capitol Hill Historic District

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1976

  • Cardozo, Francis L., Senior High School

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1993

  • Carlton Hotel

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1990

  • Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1974

  • Carnegie Institution of Washington, Geophysical Laboratory

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1994

  • Cary, Mary Ann Shadd, House

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1976

  • Castle Gatehouse, Washington Aqueduct

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1975

  • Cathedral Mansions Apartment Buildings

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1994

  • Causeway, The

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1990

  • Central Heating Plant

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2007

  • Central National Bank

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1995

  • Central Public Library

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1969

  • Chain Bridge Road School

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2003

  • Champlain Apartment Building

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1994

  • Chase's Theater and Riggs Building

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1978

  • Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Company Building

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1988

  • Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Company Warehouse and Repair Facility

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2007

  • Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Company, Old Main Building

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1988

  • Chevy Chase Arcade

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2003

  • Chevy Chase Theater

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1996

  • Children's Country Home

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2003

  • Christ Church

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1969

  • Christ Church

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1972

  • Church of the Ascension

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1984

  • Church of the Epiphany

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1971

  • City Hall

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1966

  • City Tavern

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1992

  • Civil War Fort Sites

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1974

  • Civil War Fort Sites (Boundary Increase)

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1978

  • Civil War Monuments in Washington, DC

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1978

  • Cleveland Park Historic District

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1987

  • Clifton Terrace

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2001

  • Cloverdale

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1990

  • Codman-Davis House

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1979

  • Commandant's Office, Washington Navy Yard

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1973

  • Commercial National Bank

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1991

  • Concordia German Evangelical Church and Rectory

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1978

  • Conduit Road Schoolhouse

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1973

  • Congressional Cemetery

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1969

  • Connecticut Avenue Bridge

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2003

  • Connecticut Avenue Bridge over Klingle Valley

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2004

  • Constitution Hall

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1985

  • Convent de Bon Secours

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2004

  • Corcoran Gallery of Art

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1971

  • Corcoran Hall

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1991

  • Cosmos Club

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1973

  • Coues, Elliott, House

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1975

  • Crummell, Alexander, School

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2003

  • Cuban Friendship Urn

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2007

  • Customhouse and Post Office

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1971

  • Decatur House

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1966

  • District Building

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1972

  • Douglass, Frederick, National Historic Site

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1966

  • Downtown Historic District

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2001

  • Dumbarton Bridge

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1973

  • Dumbarton House

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1991

  • Dumbarton Oaks Park and Montrose Park

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1967

  • Duncanson-Cranch House

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1973

  • Dupont Circle Historic District

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1978

  • Dupont Circle Historic District (Boundary Increase)

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1985

  • Dupont Circle Historic District (Boundary Increase)

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2005

  • East Capitol Street Carbarn

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1974

  • East Corner Boundary Marker of the Original District of Columbia

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1996

  • East and West Potomac Parks

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1973

  • Eastern Market

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1971

  • Eight Hundred Block of F St. NW

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1974

  • Eighteen Hundred Block Park Road, NW.

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1978

  • Eldbrooke United Methodist Church

    Washington, D.C., District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2008

  • Embassy Building No. 10

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1986

  • Embassy Gulf Service Station

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1993

  • Engine Company 12

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2007

  • Engine Company 17

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2007

  • Engine Company 19

    Washington, D.C., District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2010

  • Engine Company 23

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2007

  • Engine Company 26, (Old)

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2007

  • Engine Company 29

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2007

  • Engine Company No 21

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2007

  • Engine Company No. 25

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2007

  • Engine House No. 10

    Washington, DC, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2008

  • Equitable Co-operative Building Association

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1994

  • Evans--Tibbs House

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1987

  • Evermay

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1973

  • Executive Office Building

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1969

  • Federal Home Loan Bank Board Building

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2007

  • Federal--American National Bank

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1994

  • Fifteenth Street Financial Historic District

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2006

  • First African New Church

    Washington, DC, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2009

  • First Baptist Church of Deanwood

    Washington, D.C., District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2008

  • Fletcher Chapel

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1997

  • Foggy Bottom Historic District

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1987

  • Folger Shakespeare Library

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1969

  • Ford's Theatre National Historic Site

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1966

  • Forrest-Marbury House

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1973

  • Fort View Apartments

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2010

  • Fourteenth Street Historic District

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1994

  • Fourteenth Street Historic District (Boundary Increase)

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2007

  • Foxhall Village Historic District

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2007

  • Franciscan Monastery and Memorial Church of the Holy Land

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1992

  • Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial

    Washington DC, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1997

  • Franklin School

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1973

  • Fraser Mansion

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1975

  • Freer Gallery Of Art

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1969

  • Frelinghuysen University, Former Classroom Building

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1995

  • Friendship Baptist Church

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2004

  • Friendship House

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1973

  • Fuller House

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1985

  • Gallaudet College Historic District

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1966

  • Gallaudet College Historic District

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1974

  • Gallinger Municipal Hospital Psychopathic Ward

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1989

  • Garden Club of America Entrance Marker at Georgia Avenue

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2008

  • Garden Club of America Entrance Markers at Chevy Chase Circle

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2008

  • Garden Club of America Entrance Markers at Westmoreland Circle

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2008

  • Garden Club of America Entrance Markers at Wisconsin Avenue

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2008

  • Garfinckel's Department Store

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1995

  • General Federation of Women's Clubs Headquarters

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1991

  • General Post Office

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1969

  • George Washington Memorial Parkway

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1995

  • Georgetown Academy for Young Ladies

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1991

  • Georgetown Historic District

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1967

  • Georgetown Market

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1971

  • Georgetown University Astronomical Observatory

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1973

  • Germuiller Row

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1994

  • Gibbons, James, Cardinal

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2007

  • Gladstone and Hawarden Apartment Buildings

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1994

  • Glen Hurst

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2005

  • Glenwood Cemetery Mortuary Chapel

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1989

  • Glover--Archbold Park

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2007

  • Godey Lime Kilns

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1973

  • Gompers, Samuel, House

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1974

  • Gompers, Samuel, Memorial

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2007

  • Grace Protestant Episcopal Church

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1971

  • Grace Reformed Church, Sunday School and Parish House

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1991

  • Grant Road Historic District

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2004

  • Grant, Ulysses S., School

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2007

  • Greater U Street Historic District

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1998

  • Grimke, Charlotte Forten, House

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1976

  • Hahnemann, Samuel, Monument

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2007

  • Halcyon House

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1971

  • Hampshire Garden Apartment Buildings

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1994

  • Harris & Ewing Photographic Studio

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1994

  • Harrison Apartment Building

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1994

  • Haw, John Stoddert, House

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1973

  • Healy Building, Georgetown University

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1971

  • Hecht Company Warehouse

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1994

  • Heurich, Christian, Mansion

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1969

  • Hibbs, W. B., and Company Building

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1991

  • Highlands, The

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1972

  • Hillandale--Main Residence and Gatehouse

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1995

  • Holt House

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1973

  • Hotel Washington

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1995

  • House at 2437 Fifteenth Street, NW

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1988

  • Howard Theatre

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1974

  • Howard, Gen. Oliver Otis, House

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1974

  • Hughes, Charles Evans, House

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1972

  • Immaculate Conception Church

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2003

  • Indonesian Embassy

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1973

  • Ingleside

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1987

  • Interior Department Offices

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1986

  • Janney Elementary School

    Washington, D.C., District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2010

  • Japanese Embassy

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1973

  • Jefferson Apartment Building

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1994

  • Kalorama Triangle Historic District

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1987

  • Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1978

  • Kennedy--Warren Apartment Building

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1994

  • Key, Francis Scott, Bridge

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1996

  • King, Martin Luther, Memorial Library

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2007

  • L'Enfant Plan of the City of Washington, District of Columbia

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1997

  • Lafayette Apartment Building

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1994

  • Lafayette Square Historic District

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1970

  • Langston Golf Course Historic District

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1991

  • Langston Terrace Dwellings

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1987

  • Lansburgh, Julius, Furniture Co., Inc.

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1974

  • Law, Thomas, House

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1973

  • LeDroit Park Historic District

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1974

  • Lenthall Houses

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1972

  • Lewis, Edward Simon, House

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1973

  • Lincoln Industrial Mission--Lincoln Memorial Congregational Church

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1995

  • Lincoln Memorial

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1966

  • Lincoln Theatre

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1993

  • Lindens, The

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1969

  • Lisner Auditorium

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1990

  • Lockkeeper's House, C & O Canal Extension

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1973

  • Logan Circle Historic District

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1972

  • Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth, Memorial

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2007

  • Lothrop Mansion

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1988

  • Luther Place Memorial Church

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1973

  • Luzon Apartment Building

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1994

  • Lyndon Baines Johnson Memorial Grove On The Potomac

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1973

  • M Street High School

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1986

  • Macfeely, Gen. Robert, House

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1989

  • Main Gate, Washington Navy Yard

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1973

  • Manhattan Laundry

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1994

  • Mansion at 2401 15th St., NW.

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1991

  • Marconi, Guglielmo, Memorial

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2007

  • Mary McLeod Bethune Council House National Historic Site

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1982

  • Masonic Temple

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1987

  • Massachusetts Avenue Historic District

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1974

  • Massachusetts Avenue Parking Shops

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2003

  • Mayfair Mansions Apartments

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1989

  • Mayflower Hotel

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1983

  • McCormick Apartments

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1973

  • McLachlen Building

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1986

  • Meeting House of the Friends Meeting of Washington

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1990

  • Memorial Continental Hall

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1972

  • Meridian Hill Park

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1974

  • Meridian House

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1973

  • Meridian Manor

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2001

  • Meridian Mansions

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1983

  • Methodist Cemetery, The

    Washington, D.C., District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2008

  • Metropolitan African Methodist Episcopal Church

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1973

  • Metropolitan Club

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1995

  • Military Road School

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2003

  • Miner Normal School

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1991

  • Montrose Park

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2007

  • Moran Building

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1983

  • Morrison and Clark Houses

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1991

  • Mount Pleasant Historic District

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1987

  • Mount Vernon Square Historic District

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1999

  • Mount Vernon Triangle Historic District

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2006

  • Mount Vernon West Historic District

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1999

  • Mount Zion Cemetery

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1975

  • Mount Zion United Methodist Church

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1975

  • Mullett Rowhouses

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1994

  • Myrene Apartment Building

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1994

  • Nathaniel Parker Gage School

    Washington, DC, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2008

  • National Academy of Sciences

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1974

  • National Archives

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1971

  • National Bank of Washington, Washington Branch

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1974

  • National Cathedral, The

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1974

  • National Mall

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1966

  • National Metropolitan Bank Building

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1978

  • National Portrait Gallery

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1966

  • National Saving And Trust Company

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1972

  • National Union Building

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1990

  • National War College

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1972

  • National Zoological Park

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1973

  • Newlands, Francis Griffith, Memorial Fountain

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2007

  • Newton Theater

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2007

  • North Corner Boundary Marker of the Original District of Columbia

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1996

  • Northeast No. 2 Boundary Marker of the Original District of Columbia

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1996

  • Northeast No. 3 Boundary Marker of the Original District of Columbia

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1996

  • Northeast No. 4 Boundary Marker of the Original District of Columbia

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1996

  • Northeast No. 5 Boundary Marker of the Original District of Columbia

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1996

  • Northeast No. 6 Boundary Marker of the Original District of Columbia

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1996

  • Northeast No. 7 Boundary Marker of the Original District of Columbia

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1996

  • Northeast No. 8 Boundary Marker of the Original District of Columbia

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1996

  • Northeast No. 9 Boundary Marker of the Original District of Columbia

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1996

  • Northumberland Apartments

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1980

  • Northwest No. 4 Boundary Marker of the Original District of Columbia

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1996

  • Northwest No. 5 Boundary Marker of the Original District of Columbia

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1996

  • Northwest No. 6 Boundary Marker of the Original District of Columbia

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1996

  • Northwest No. 7 Boundary Marker of the Original District of Columbia

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1996

  • Northwest No. 8 Boundary Marker of the Original District of Columbia

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1996

  • Northwest No. 9 Boundary Marker of the Original District of Columbia

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1996

  • O Street Market

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1995

  • Oak Hill Cemetery Chapel

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1972

  • Octagon, The

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1966

  • Old Engine Company No. 6

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1975

  • Old Naval Hospital

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1974

  • Old Naval Observatory

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1966

  • Old Post Office and Clock Tower

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1973

  • Old Stone House

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1973

  • Old Woodley Park Historic District

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1990

  • Oriental Building Association No. 6 Building

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2004

  • Owens, Isaac, House

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1973

  • Page, Thomas Nelson, House

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1975

  • Pan American Union

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1969

  • Park Tower

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1989

  • Penland, W. H., & Company

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1994

  • Pennsylvania Avenue National Historic Site

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1966

  • Pension Building

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1969

  • Perkins, Frances, House

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1991

  • Petworth Gardens

    Washington DC, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2008

  • Phillips, Duncan, House

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1973

  • Pierce Mill

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1969

  • Pierce Springhouse and Barn

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1973

  • Pierce Still House

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1990

  • Pierce-Klingle Mansion

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1973

  • Pink Palace

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1991

  • Plymouth Theater

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2004

  • Plymouth, The

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1986

  • Ponce de Leon Apartment Building

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1994

  • Potomac Boat Club

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1991

  • President's House, Gallaudet College

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1974

  • President's Office, George Washington University

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1991

  • President's Park South

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1980

  • Prince Hall Masonic Temple

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1983

  • Prospect House

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1972

  • Quality Hill

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1972

  • Quarters A, Washington Navy Yard

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1973

  • Quarters B, Washington Navy Yard

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1973

  • Railroad Retirement Board Building

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2007

  • Randall Junior High School

    Washington, D.C., District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2008

  • Renwick Museum

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1969

  • Rhodes' Tavern

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1969

  • Richards, Zalmon, House

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1966

  • Riggs National Bank

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1973

  • Riggs National Bank, Washington Loan And Trust Company Branch

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1971

  • Riggs--Tompkins Building

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1987

  • Ringgold-Carroll House

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1973

  • Rock Creek Church Yard and Cemetery

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2010

  • Rock Creek Park Historic District

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1991

  • Rock Creek and Potomac Parkway Historic District

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2005

  • Roosevelt Apartment Building

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1994

  • Rosedale

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1973

  • Schneider Triangle

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1982

  • Sears, Roebuck and Company Department Store

    Washington D.C., District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1996

  • Second National Bank

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1994

  • Seventh Street Savings Bank

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2003

  • Sewall-Belmont House National Historic Site

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1972

  • Shaw Junior High School

    Washington, D.C., District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2008

  • Sheridan--Kalorama Historic District

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1989

  • Simpson's, Billy, House of Seafood and Steaks

    Washington DC, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2009

  • Sixteenth Street Historic District

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1978

  • Sixteenth Street Historic District (Boundary Increase)

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2007

  • Slayton, William L., House

    Washington DC, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2008

  • Smithsonian Building

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1966

  • Social Security Administration Building

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2007

  • Southeast No. 2 Boundary Marker of the Original District of Columbia

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1996

  • Southeast No. 3 Boundary Marker of the Original District of Columbia

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1996

  • Southeast No. 5 Boundary Marker of the Original District of Columbia

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1996

  • Southeast No. 6 Boundary Marker of the Original District of Columbia

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1996

  • Southeast No. 7 Boundary Marker of the Original District of Columbia

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1996

  • Southeast No. 9 Boundary Marker of the Original District of Columbia

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1996

  • Southern Aid Society--Dunbar Theater Building

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1986

  • Spencer Carriage House and Stable

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1996

  • Springland

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1990

  • Springland Springhouse--Springland (Boundary Increase)

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2003

  • Square 1500

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2003

  • St. Aloysius Catholic Church

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1973

  • St. Elizabeths Hospital

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1979

  • St. John's Church

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1966

  • St. Luke's Episcopal Church

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1976

  • St. Mark's Church

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1973

  • St. Mary's Episcopal Church

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1973

  • St. Matthew's Cathedral And Rectory

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1974

  • St. Paul's Episcopal Church

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1972

  • Steedman--Ray House

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1990

  • Stevens, Thaddeus, School

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2001

  • Stockton Hall

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1991

  • Strand Theater

    Washington, DC., District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2008

  • Strivers' Section Historic District

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1985

  • Strong, Hattie M., Residence Hall

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1991

  • Studio House

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1995

  • Suitland Parkway

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1995

  • Sulgrave Club

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1972

  • Sumner, Charles, School

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1979

  • Sun Building

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1985

  • Surratt, Mary E., House

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2009

  • Syphax, William, School

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2003

  • Takoma Park Historic District

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1983

  • Temperance Fountain

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2007

  • Tenth Precinct Station House

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1986

  • Terrell, Mary Church, House

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1975

  • Theodore Roosevelt Island National Memorial

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1966

  • Third Baptist Church

    Washington, DC., District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2008

  • Thomas Jefferson Memorial

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1966

  • Thomas, Alma, House

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1987

  • Titanic Memorial

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2007

  • Tivoli Theater

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1985

  • Tower Building

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1995

  • Trades Hall of National Training School for Women and Girls

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1991

  • Traveling Carousel

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1997

  • Trinity Towers

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2001

  • Truck Company F

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2007

  • Truck House No. 13

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2007

  • True Reformer Building

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1989

  • Tucker House and Myers House

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1973

  • Tudor Place

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1966

  • Twin Oaks

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1986

  • U.S. Capitol Gatehouses And Gateposts

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1973

  • U.S. Court Of Military Appeals

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1974

  • U.S. Department of Agriculture Administration Building

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1974

  • U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2008

  • U.S. Department of the Treasury

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1971

  • U.S. Marine Corps Barracks and Commandant's House

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1972

  • U.S. National Arboretum

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1973

  • U.S. Soldiers' and Airmen's Home

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1974

  • U.S. Tax Court

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2008

  • US Chamber of Commerce Building

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1992

  • US Courthouse--District of Columbia

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2007

  • US Department of Agriculture South Building

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2007

  • US Department of the Interior Building

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1986

  • US General Accounting Office Building

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1995

  • US Public Health Service Building

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2007

  • USS SEQUOIA (yacht)

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1987

  • Uline Ice Company Plant and Arena Complex

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2007

  • Underwood, Oscar W., House

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1976

  • Union Station

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1969

  • Union Station Plaza and Columbus Fountain

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1980

  • Union Station Plaza and Columbus Fountain (Boundary Increase)

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2007

  • Union Trust Building

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1984

  • United Brick Corporation Brick Complex

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1978

  • United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners--Local 132

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2003

  • United Mine Workers of America

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2000

  • United States Daughters of 1812, National Headquarters

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1997

  • Van Ness Mausoleum

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1982

  • Vietnam Veterans Memorial

    Washington DC, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1982

  • Vigilant Firehouse

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1971

  • Waggaman--Ray Commercial Row

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1995

  • Walsh Stable

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1986

  • Warder-Totten House

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1972

  • Wardman Park Annex and Arcade

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1984

  • Wardman Row

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1984

  • Washington Aqueduct

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1973

  • Washington Canoe Club

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1991

  • Washington Club

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1972

  • Washington Heights Historic District

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2006

  • Washington Monument

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1966

  • Washington Navy Yard

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1973

  • Washington Navy Yard (Boundary Increase)

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2008

  • Washington and Georgetown Railroad Car House

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2006

  • Watergate

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2005

  • Watterston House

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1992

  • Webster, Daniel, Memorial

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2007

  • Western High School

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2003

  • Wetzel, Margaret, House

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1990

  • Wetzell--Archbold Farmstead

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1991

  • Wheat Row

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1973

  • Wheatley, Phillis, YWCA

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1983

  • White, David, House

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1976

  • White--Meyer House

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1988

  • Whitelaw Hotel

    Washington D.C., District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1993

  • Whittemore House

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1973

  • Wiley, Emily, House

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2006

  • Willard Hotel

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1974

  • Wilson, Woodrow, House

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1966

  • Winder Building

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1969

  • Windsor Lodge

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1976

  • Woodhull, Maxwell, House

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1991

  • Woodlawn Cemetery

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1996

  • Woodrow Wilson High School

    Washington, D.C., District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2010

  • Woodson, Carter G., House

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1976

  • Woodward and Lothrop Service Warehouse

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2005

  • Woodward, Robert Simpson, House

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1976

  • Wyoming Apartments

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1983

  • Yale Steam Laundry

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 1999

  • de San Martin, General Jose, Memorial

    Washington, District of Columbia

    National Register of Historic Places - listed 2007

Rivers, Trails, and Conservation Assistance Projects

  • Groundwork Anacostia

  • Trips For Kids - Metro Washington DC

Save America’s Treasures Grants

  • 20th C. American Dances

    Save America’s Treasures - $250,000 grant, 1999
    Partner: Nea - $334,525 contribution

  • Anderson (lincoln) Cottage

    Save America’s Treasures - $750,000 grant, 2000
    Partner: National Trust For Historic Preservation - $1,092,725 contribution

  • Apollo Artifacts

    Save America’s Treasures - $1,350,000 grant, 1999
    Partner: Smithsonian Institution - $1,350,000 contribution

  • Artwork Collection/Anthro

    Save America’s Treasures - $228,664 grant, 1999
    Partner: Smithsonian Institution - $228,684 contribution

  • Benjamin B. Ferencz Collection

    Save America’s Treasures - $54,736 grant, 1999
    Partner: U.s. Holocaust Memorial Council - $54,736 contribution

  • Carnegie Library

    Save America’s Treasures - $390,000 grant, 2001
    Partner: Historical Society of Washington, DC - $392,800 contribution

  • Congressional Cemetery

    Save America’s Treasures - $52,880 grant, 1999
    Partner: Association For the Preservation of Congressional - $52,880 contribution

  • Corcoran Gallery of Art

    Save America’s Treasures - $250,000 grant, 2006
    Partner: Corcoran Gallery of Art - $310,726 contribution

  • Decatur House

    Save America’s Treasures - $98,611 grant, 2005
    Partner: National Trust For Historic Preservation IN the Un - $103,566 contribution

  • Drayton Hall

    Save America’s Treasures - $250,000 grant, 2000
    Partner: National Trust For Historic Preservation - $262,427 contribution

  • Ethnology Photo Collect

    Save America’s Treasures - $153,500 grant, 2003
    Partner: Smithsonian Institution - $153,500 contribution

  • Historic Sound Recordings

    Save America’s Treasures - $750,000 grant, 2000
    Partner: Smithsonian Institution - $773,514 contribution

  • Howard Theatre

    Save America’s Treasures - $421,600 grant, 2008
    Partner: Howard Theatre Restoration, Inc. - $421,600 contribution

  • Index of American Design

    Save America’s Treasures - $52,500 grant, 1999
    Partner: National Gallery of Art - $52,500 contribution

  • Lyndhurst

    Save America’s Treasures - $200,000 grant, 2000
    Partner: National Trust For Historic Preservation - $323,698 contribution

  • Mary Church Terrell Home

    Save America’s Treasures - $260,000 grant, 2004
    Partner: Howard University - $262,542 contribution

  • Old Naval Hospital Nr Id# 74002171

    Save America’s Treasures - $150,000 grant, 2009
    Partner: Old Naval Hospital Foundation - $150,000 contribution

  • Pope-Leighey House

    Save America’s Treasures - $49,305 grant, 2005
    Partner: National Trust For Historic Preservation IN the Un - $50,366 contribution

  • Restoration of St. John's Church

    Save America’s Treasures - $200,000 grant, 2008
    Partner: the Vestry of St. John's Parish - $200,000 contribution

  • Sculpture-Permanent Coll

    Save America’s Treasures - $50,310 grant, 1999
    Partner: National Gallery of Art - $50,310 contribution

  • Scurlock Studio Records

    Save America’s Treasures - $125,000 grant, 2002
    Partner: Smithsonian Institution - $125,000 contribution

  • Sewall Belmont House

    Save America’s Treasures - $81,437 grant, 2008
    Partner: National Woman's Party - $81,437 contribution

  • Sewall-Belmont House

    Save America’s Treasures - $500,000 grant, 1999
    Partner: National Woman's Party - $500,000 contribution

  • Smithsonian's Archives of American Art Oral History Collection

    Save America’s Treasures - $250,000 grant, 2009
    Partner: Smithsonian Institution - $250,000 contribution

  • Star Spangled Banner

    Save America’s Treasures - $3,000,000 grant, 1999
    Partner: Smithsonian Institution - $3,000,000 contribution

  • Three Collections of American Dance, Dance Heritage Coalition

    Save America’s Treasures - $90,000 grant, 2000
    Partner: Nea - $90,000 contribution

  • Tudor Place, Washington,

    Save America’s Treasures - $100,000 grant, 2002
    Partner: Tudor Place Foundation - $100,000 contribution

  • Washington Monument

    Save America’s Treasures - $1,131,242 grant, 1999
    Partner: Washington Monument - $6,000,000 contribution

  • Woodlawn

    Save America’s Treasures - $233,000 grant, 2003
    Partner: National Trust For Historic Preservation - $399,734 contribution

  • Woodrow Wilson House

    Save America’s Treasures - $150,000 grant, 2000
    Partner: National Trust For Historic Preservation - $429,510 contribution

  • the Octagon

    Save America’s Treasures - $225,000 grant, 2005
    Partner: the American Architectural Foundation - $225,000 contribution