Washington, DC, The Brooklyn Daily Eagle, c1916

The Brooklyn Daily Eagle, which began publishing in 1841, was one of the most popular afternoon newspapers in the country throughout the early 20th century. Its Washington Bureau office was for many years located at 608 14th Street NW, the former home of famous Massachusetts senator Charles Sumner. In 1917, it relocated to the Colorado Building just a half block away.

Washington, DC

Washington, DC, The Brooklyn Daily Eagle, c1916

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