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Has been listed in the National Register of Historic Places By the United States Department Of Interior 1972 For its architectural significance And its role in women's education and The history of U. S. Army Medicine
Born February 22, 1961 Washington, DC A dedicated and loyal Army Medical Service Corps Officer Died September 11, 2001 At the Pentagon Serving her country during the Terrorist attacks of that Day Dedicated September 11, 2003 The sports …
This mural tells the stories of 3 refugees who live here in Maryland, who were interviewed for this project. Georges, a former mayor of his city in eastern Congo (DRC), fled with his family when the war came to his region. Mai, from Myanmar (aka B…
(left panel) "... We take increased devotion to that cause for which they gave the last full measure of devotion ... that this nation, under God, shall have a new birth of freedom ..." Abraham Lincoln Gettysburg Address February 6, 6th …
Just around the corner, on Colesville Road, is the American Film Institute (AFI) Silver Theatre and Cultural Center — an architectural treasure and state-of-the-art movie theater saved from the wrecker's ball by the citizens of Silver Spring…
The 1938 Silver Theatre and Silver Spring Shopping Center complex is a landmark of early 20th-century commercial architecture. It profoundly affected the development of suburban Silver Spring as well as helped shape the growth of the region. It al…
This demonstration garden was installed on October 30, 2010 to promote landscaping methods that conserve water. These methods have become increasingly important as our global climate changes. D&R International, an environmental consulting firm con…
This sculpture, titled Two Roads, is a kind of open book that stands where two paths diverge, reflecting visitors and their world. The pages, with passages of caution, insight, beauty and hope, are quietly disintegrating dissolving into the air. E…
In Memory of Daniel Carroll II Member Continental Congress Signer Articles of Confederation and Constitution July 22 1730 † May 7, 1796
John Carroll 1735-1815 First resident pastor here 1774 First Prefect Apostolic - 1784 First Bishop - 1789 First Archbishop - 1808 of the Catholic Church in the United States Erected by Order of the Alhambra 1939