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‘Portraits of H Street: Then & Now,’ “a photography exhibition celebrating H Street’s rich history!”

by Prince Of Petworth May 2, 2016 at 4:25 pm 4 Comments


Photo by Michael Horsley “1118 H Street, NE Washington DC, 1988”

“Please join us for the opening reception of ‘Portraits of H Street: Then & Now,’ a photography exhibition celebrating H Street’s rich history! We are truly excited to share this fabulous collection of photographs at the gallery.

What: Opening Reception
When: Saturday, May 7, 7pm-11pm
Where: Gallery O on H, location at 1354 H Street NE

The exhibition will be open to the public on Sunday from noon – 4pm and Tuesday-Friday 1pm – 6:30pm.

Please contact us at [email protected] for more information”

  • Steve S

    For those curious, the present-day version of the photo would be: Taylor Gourmet, H&pizza and…the same white fence.

  • anon

    what does zanzibar have to do with china, america, or food?

    • anon

      British Colony in Africa with a population of overseas Chinese. Would be an interesting restaurant to try.

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