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National Press Building (1930s)

The National Press Building was constructed in 1926 on the southeast corner of 14th and F Streets, NW, in downtown Washington, D.C., the site of the old Ebbitt House. The entrance to the office building is to the right, on 14th Street. The massive entrance on the left end of the building is for the Fox Theater (later Loew's Capitol Theater). For more about the Ebbitt, see

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Taken on February 5, 2010