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A Rare Look at Frederick Douglass in 1876, Standing in Front of His Capitol Hill Home

This is a rare glimpse of Frederick Douglass in 1876, standing in front of his Capitol Hill home. Check out the original photograph and view today's street view of the historic building. Learn more about this amazing image from Ghosts of DC.
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This is a great image that we cross-posted on Ghosts of DC. Check it out.

You’re looking at Frederick Douglass in 1876, standing in front of his Capitol Hill home. The building still stands today and you can check it out below.

Source: National Park Service

Here is the view today on Google Street View.

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