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(I put 2 white dots above the Washington Monument; those are not UFOs.)
The Franklin School
Built in 1869, once part of DC's public school system, slated for re-development in 2015, a project now scraped. In the meantime, a laundry for street people.
DC is full of ugly, anonymous buildings, but at least they make good mirrors.
A wide range of style options in men's clothing; or perhaps these are just visitors.
Samuel Gompers, a labor leader I learned about in gradeschool,
back when labor had some class (and a very large head).
Washington and Jefferson
The National Press Club is full of memorable photographs, this one called "Widows' Walk" (Arlington National Cemetery).
Three dots mark the Baha'i Temple in Wilmette. Condo buildings lining McCormick Blvd. aglow, lower right corner.