Photo of bike at the bottom of the canal by Brownpau.
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In the fifties and sixties many of the street signs had both the old names on period looking signs above the regular DC strret name signs. Over time they have dissapeared. Would be a nice addition to the historic areas to bring them back.
I didn’t know that Brad. I’ve long wanted to bring something like that back:
Perhaps someone out there has a picture. They were four sided signs in a metal frame with colonial style font. I think they might have been translucent white glass with black letters.
I forgot, I have seen those signs before:
Next time you walk by Visitation Convent and School, stop to look at the southheast corner of the cloister building at 35th and P Streets. Located just above the first floor level, there’s a stone marker bearing the original Georgetown street names: Fayette and Third, as I recall.
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