DC Digital Museum

Search using this query type:



Search only these record types:

Item

Advanced Search (Items only)

Browse Items (9 total)

The third edition of this annual tour of Deanwood churches, businesses, and historic locations adds five new church buildings to the booklet, four of which are highlighted in the project's accompanying documentary film. Click here to access the full…

This brief film accompanied Deanwood Heights Mainstreets' 3rd Annual Historic Church Tour of Deanwood. The 2011 tour added five new churches to the route, four of which were discussed in the film. The narration and several of the church leaders…

This pilot project paired young people and seniors in the Deanwood neighborhood of Washington, DC to conduct oral history interviews which were transcribed, and featured in a documentary film. The narrators discussed their childhood, career,…

This documentary surveys the life of noted African-American architect, William Sidney Pittman. Pittman began his career at the Tuskeegee Institute in Alabama, butmoved to Washington, DC to open his private firm. Pittman designed several notable…

This audio tour and accompanying brochure builds on the success of Deanwood Heights Main Streets' 2009 Faith and Foundation project. Though many of Deanwood's historic houses of worship are included on the tour, the path also includes businesses and…

This audio tour and accompanying brochure builds on the success of Deanwood Heights Main Streets' 2009 Faith and Foundation project. Though many of Deanwood's historic houses of worship are included on the tour, the path also includes businesses and…

This collection of 89 images documents a program that brought the Washington National Opera into Ward 7 classrooms.

The collection includes both performer and audience images.

This booklet features 13 historic sites located in and around the Deanwood neighborhood of Northeast Washington, DC. Most of the sites are church buildings, but parks, commercial corridors, theatres, and schools are also mentioned. Each site…

"Located in the far northeastern edge of the city, Deanwood is one of Washington, D.C.'s oldest, consistently African American neighborhoods. Rooted in slave-based agriculture on white-owned land, the community began its transition from rural to…
Output Formats

atom, dcmes-xml, json, omeka-json, omeka-xml, rss2