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Tucked away in "Georgetown's Attic" at the Peabody Room, 3250 R Street, NW, is the work of an eight year-old from 192 years ago.
A chance encounter seals the deal of a donation of a Georgetowner's portrait to the community's Peabody Room.
A serendipitous discovery allows the identification of a Civil War soldier depicted reading October 24,1862 in a sketch drawn that day and long owned by the DC Public Library's Peabody Room.
A 19th century artifact of Georgetown's history buried for seven decades is now on display in the community's Peabody Room, a special collections of Georgetown neighborhood history.
Georgetown's repository of history acquires new artifact.
The identification of the artist of a 1930s painting of Key Bridge is finally discovered.
Adaptive reuse options for historic structures in Georgetown was nothing new a century ago.
Postcard photographs of unlocated Georgetown homes. Do you know where they are?
The successful bid for a piece of Georgetown's history on eBay turns out to be far more historically important than initially thought.
America's independence is not all being contemplated on July 4th.
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