Looking forward to attending the annual D.C. Historical Conference later this week. It will be my first and I am excited. Lots of great sessions, networking, and the host building is the beautiful Carnegie Library, home to the Historical Society of Washington and previously used by the D.C. Public Library and the City Museum. Many residents may know the location – Mount Vernon Square - better than the building.
We went there several years ago to see the exhibit on the Homestead Grays and black baseball in DC. In that west room now is a site to behold, a digital map of Washington using aerial cameras and orthophotography.
Hope to see you there!