Location Index
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watch The Lincoln Theatre

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URL 1215 U Street, NW (next to Ben's Chili Bowl)

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where can i buy provera The Crystal Caverns

2001 11th Street, NW

4

Republic Gardens

1355 U Street, NW

5

Ben's Chili Bowl

1213 U Street, NW

6

Harrison's Café

455 Florida Avenue, NW

7

Scurlock Photographic Studio

900 U Street, NW

8

PHYLLIS WHEATLEY YWCA

901 Rhode Island Avenue, NW

9

The Capital School of Photography

1813 18th Street, NW

10

Jungle Inn

1211 U Street, NW

11

The Casbah

1211 U Street, NW

12

Booker T. Theatre

1433 U Street, NW

13

Mid-City Theater

1223 Ninth Street, NW

14

Broadway Theatre

1517 7th Street, NW

15

Minnehaha Nickelodeon Theater

1213 U Street, NW

16

The Whitelaw Hotel

1839 13th Street, NW

17

Cecelia's Restaurant

618 T Street, NW

18

The Southern Society Aid Society/Dunbar Theater

1901-3 7th Street, NW

19

The True Reformer Building

1200 U Street, NW

20

Frelinghuysen University

1800 Vermont Avenue, NW

21

Industrial Savings Bank

2000 11th Street at U Street, NW

22

Industrial Bank of Washington

2000 11th Street at U Street, NW

23

Jackson's All-Sports Club

1831 Wiltberger Street, NW

24

Grand United Order of Odd Fellows Building (GUOOF)

9th and T Streets, NW

25

Alfred Steak House

1610 U Street, NW

26

MURRAY BROTHERS PRINTING COMPANY/MURRAY'S PALACE CASINO

918 U Street, NW

27

DUKE ELLINGTON'S CHILDHOOD RESIDENCES

13th street between T and S Streets, NW

28

THE EVANS-TIBBS HOUSE (NR)

1910 Vermont Avenue, NW

29

THE MARY ANN SHADD CARY HOUSE (NHL)

1421 W Street, NW

30

GEORGIA DOUGLAS JOHNSON RESIDENCE

1461 S Street, NW

31

JEAN TOOMER RESIDENCE

1341 U Street, NW

32

THE MARY CHURCH TERRELL HOUSE (NHL)

326 T Street, NW

33

THE MARY MCLEOD BETHUNE COUNCIL HOUSE (NHS)

1318 Vermont Avenue, NW

34

ANNA J. COOPER

201 T STREET, NW

35

PAUL LAURENCE DUNBAR RESIDENCE

321 U Street, NW

36

CARTER G. WOODSON HOUSE (NR)

1538 9th Street, NW

37

ARMSTRONG MANUAL TRAINING SCHOOL

1400 First Street, NW

38

ANTHONY BOWEN/12th STREET YMCA (12TH STREET BRANCH) NHL

1816 12th Street, NW

39

CLUB BALI

1901 14th Street, NW

40

THE REPUBLIC THEATRE

1333 U Street, NW

41

UNDERDOWN DELICATESSEN

1742 U Street, NW

42

CORTEZ W. PETERS BUSINESS SCHOOL

1308 U Street, NW

43

LEE'S FLOWER AND CARD SHOP

1026 U Street, NW

44

LITTLE HARLEM

1851 Seventh Street, NW

45

DUNBAR HIGH SCHOOL/M STREET SCHOOL

128 M Street, NW

46

CHARLES HAMILTON HOUSTON RESIDENCE

1744 S Street, NW

47

LANGSTON HUGHES RESIDENCE

1749 S Street, NW

48

GARNET PATTERSON

2001 10th Street, NW

49

UNITED HOUSE OF PRAYER FOR ALL PEOPLE, CHURCH ON THE ROCK OF THE APOSTOLIC FAITH

601 M Street, NW

50

SHAW JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL

Marion St, NW

51

The Lincoln Congregational Temple United Church of Christ (NR)

1701 11th Street, NW

52

Cardozo High School

1200 Clifton Street, NW

53

Griffith Stadium

between Georgia Avenue and 5th Street, and between W Street and Florida Avenue, NW

54

Freedman's Hospital

1909 at Bryant and 6th Streets, NW

55

Florida Avenue Grill

1100 Florida Avenue, NW

56

Church of God

2006 Georgia Avenue, NW

57

Club Bengasi

1423-25 U Street, NW

58

Barksdale Cafeteria

1934 9th Street, NW

59

Pig N' Pit

6th St. and Florida Ave., NW

60

Brass Rail

7th and S Streets, NW

61

Capitol Grill

1228 U Street, NW

62

Charles Hotel

1338 R Street, NW

63

Chez Maurice

1900 block of 9th Street, NW

64

Club Cimmaron

1914 1/2 13th Street, NW

65

Club Madre

2204 14th Street, NW

66

Cozy Corner

708 Florida Avenue, NW

67

Green Parrot

1218 U Street, NW

68

Harlem Inn

1541 9th Street, NW

69

Harrington's Restaurant

1900 block of 9th Street, NW

70

Hollywood Tavern

1940 9th Street, NW

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TheScurlock Photographic Studio

900 U Street, NW (now Nellie's Sports Bar)

Famed photographer Addison Scurlock opened the Scurlock Photographic Studio at 900 U Street (the African-American community's theater district) in 1911 and concentrated on portraiture and general photography. His clients included brides, achievers, conventioneers, and socialites. He took portraits of such notables as educators Booker T. Washington and Mary McLeod Bethune, composer Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, engineer Archie Alexander, political leader W.E.B. DuBois, former first lady Mamie Eisenhower, singer Billy Eckstine, physician Charles R. Drew, opera singer Madame Lillian Evanti and poet Sterling Brown. This highly respected photographer also documented key moments in Washington, D.C. history.

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Owner of Scurlock Photographic Studio

ADDISON SCURLOCK was born on June 19, 1883 in Fayettesville, North Carolina. When Addison founded Scurlock Photographic Studio at his parent's home in the 500 block of Florida Ave in 1904, little did he know that it was the genesis of an unheralded legacy for Black Washingtonians. His studio portraits immortalized and celebrated notable African Americans of the day like Booker T. Washington, W.E.B. DuBois, Madame Lillian Evanti, Mary McLeod Bethune, Anna J. Cooper, among many others. In addition to studio portraits, he mastered the use of the panoramic camera and shot conventions, banquets, and graduations. By the 1920s, he had earned a national reputation. He was the official photographer of Howard University until his death in 1964, and he recorded all aspects of university life. Scurlock also produced a series of portraits of African-American leaders that historian Carter G. Woodson distributed to African-American schools nationwide. One of his most significant photographs was that of Marion Anderson singing in front of the Lincoln Memorial in 1939. A 1976 Washington Post article by Jacqueline Trescott read "For years one of the marks of arriving socially in Black Washington was to have your portrait hanging in Scurlock's window.