Historic Tenleytown - Subdivisions and Neighborhoods

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4839, 4837 and 4835 Wisconsin Avenue. (Helm, p. 75)

Alice Deal Junior High School and construction of Fort Drive. (Helm, p. 198)

Aerial photo of American University campus. Nebraska Avenue (old Loughboro Road) can be seen at right side of photo. (Helm, p. 168)

Hurst Hall (also known as the College of History,) The American University - first building at AU, completed in 1897. Note: 1897 is the year in which the first homes were built in AU Park Helm, p. 166/7)

Bangerter home, Reno City. (Helm, p. 71)

The Belt Road Market in old Tenleytown. Located between Ellicott Street and Donaldson Place, this was the only butchershop in Tenleytown. It later moved from this site first to to a site at 41st and Chesapeake and then to the first floor of the Masonic Lodge on Wisconsin Avenue. (Helm p115)

Father and son, Henry T. and Samuel R. Burrows raised chickens in Tenleytown and sold them at their store at Riggs Market, 14th and P Streets. (Helm, p. 112)

Called the Tennally Town Car Barn, as it was the first carbarn and powerhouse for The Tennallytown line. Was located at what is now intersection of Wisconsin Avenue and Calvert Street. (Helm, p. 97)

Zouaves with cannon at Fort Gaines. Fort Gaines razed to allow extension of Massachusetts Avenue west of Ward Circle. (Helm, p. 49)

Car barn on west side of Wisconsin at Harrison/Ingomar for electric streetcars. Razed in 1930's after Western Bus Garage (now WMATA) built.

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