The Georgetown Metropolis

3100 block of Congress Ct.

3100 block of M St.

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  1. So the old Georgetown Electric sign still hangs on the building back in the alley. Georgetown Electric was a mainstay for many, many years for Georgetown residents, whether it be for people shopping for a television, or lightbulbs, vacuum cleaners, batteries, VHS tapes, you name it. Duke Rohr ran the shop with his able assistant Kenny. When Duke finally closed up shop, the building turned into a dirty ice cream parlor, never the same. Too bad. I wonder what occupies the building today?

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