Some past posts

The First Church of Seventh Day Adventists

The First Church of Seventh Day Adventists, at 810 Shepherd Street, is a rectangular brick and stone building.  It was built in 1938 for the Har-Zion Voliner Anshey Sfard congregation by architect George Santmeyers.  The Seventh Day Adventists purchased it in 1955.

Bohemian Caverns

This is a detail from the bas relief on the doors at Bohemian Caverns.  Bohemian Caverns was built in 1926, at 11th and U St.  It has been a jazz nightclub since then, with many famous jazz artists having played there – Duke Ellington, Cab Calloway, Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Bill Evans, and many more.

Divine Science Church

The Divine Science Church of the Healing Christ is at 2025 35th St, NW.  The church building is white stucco and clapboard, with green wood trim in a Tudor style, and stained glass windows.  The Divine Science Church was founded in 1887, and this building became the D.C. location for the church in 1956.