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The Brookeville Turnpike, connecting 7th Street in Washington, D.C., to outlying communities in Maryland.

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The Brookeville Turnpike, connecting 7th Street in Washington, D.C., to outlying communities in Maryland.
Historical Society of Washington, D.C.

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This object appears in the following sections:


A  Streetcar City: Washington, D.C., 1900
A Streetcar City: Washington, D.C., 1900 — Farm to Market


Brookeville Turnpike
Currently on display
Not a part of the official Smithsonian Collection
Brookeville Turnpike lead to Seventh Street in Washington, a major route for farmers coming into Washington, D.C. from Montgomery Country, Maryland. Businesses established themselves along 7th Street. By 1900, 7th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue was the hub of Washington's business district.
Physical Description
Photograph.
Details
Date Made:
about 1900
Locations:
Dist of Columbia, Maryland

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