The administration building for Howard University is at 2400 6th St. NW. This photo was taken 4 days after the start of the take-over of the administration building by Howard University students, with their demands posted on the doors.
Glass is prevalent in most of the modern office buildings in the business district of D.C. This glass door with metal bars reflects the constant stream of people walking by the busy corner of Connecticut and K Street. It was built in 2012, replacing a previous building from 1956.
3005 P St. NW is a Georgetown rowhouse, built in 1900. The archway frames the garage door, with the entrance door on the right just inside the arch. The arch is not symmetrical; it ends abruptly on the right side, covered by a pillar.
2001 37th St. NW is a 2 1/2 story brick rowhouse, built in 1925.
1822 N St. NW, near Dupont Circle, is one of a pair of identical townhouses, now converted into offices.
Mary H. Plummer Elementary School, at 4601 Texas Ave SE, is a three-story brick building, constructed in 1959 and currently undergoing modernization.