Washington, Maryland, 15-minute Quadrangle

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Landmarks within this quadrangle

2000 Block Of Eye Street, NW (Commercial building)
Adams Memorial (Monument)
Adas Israel Synagogue (Place of worship)
Al's Motors (Commercial building)
Alban Towers Apartment Building (Residential building)
Alexandria National Cemetery (Military cemetery)
Alexandria Union Station (Railroad depot)
Alibi Club (Building)
Annandale, Virginia (Populated place)
Arlington, Virginia (Populated place)
Ash Hill (House)
Ashburton House (Building)
Augusta Apartment Building (Residential building)
Babcock Alden Calvert Apartments (Residential building)
Bachelor Apartment House (Residential building)
Battleground National Cemetery (Military cemetery)
Bethesda, Maryland (Populated place)
Birch House (House)
Blair House (House)
Bostwick (Commercial building)
Bowieville (House)
Brooks Mansion (Mansion)
Brownley Confectionary Building (Commercial building)
Butler House (House)
Cabin John, Maryland (Populated place)
Cairo Apartment Building (Residential building)
Calvert Manor (Building)
Capitol Theater (Theater)
Carlin Hall (Meeting hall)
Carver Theater (Theater)
Carver Theater (Theater)
Champlain Apartment Building (Residential building)
Chautauqua Tower (Building)
Cherry Hill (House)
Cherrydale, Virginia (Populated place)
Chevy Chase Arcade (Commercial building)
Christ Church (Church)
Christ Church (Church)
Christ Church (Church)
City Hall (Courthouse)
City Tavern (Commercial building)
Clarendon, Virginia (Populated place)
Clifton Terrace (Residential building)
Clinton, Maryland (Populated place)
Cloverdale (House)
College Park, Virginia (Populated place)
Colonial Village (Residential building)
Concord (House)
Constitution Hall (Meeting hall)
Content (House)
Corcoran Hall (School)
Cosmos Club (House)
Cottage, The (House)
David W. Taylor Model Basin (Military facility)
Davis Chapel (Church)
Duncanson-Cranch House (Residential building)
East Capitol Street Carbarn (Railroad facility)
Eastern Market (Commercial building)
Edgewood, Maryland (Populated place)
Eight Hundred Block of F St. NW (Commercial building)
Elizabeth Arden Building (Commercial building)
Emily Wiley House (Meeting hall)
Evermay (House)
Exorcist Steps (Stairway)
Falls Church (Church)
Fort Ethan Allen (District)
Fort Ward (Fort)
Franklin and Armfield Office (Commercial building)
Fraser Mansion (Mansion)
Fuller House (House)
Gadsby's Tavern (Building)
Garfinckel's Department Store (Commercial building)
General Post Office (Post office)
George Washington House (Commercial building)
Georgetown Market (Commercial building)
Glebe Center (Commercial building)
Glen Hurst (House)
Green Spring (Spring)
Harrison Apartment Building (Residential building)
Hayfield, Virginia (Populated place)
Hecht Company Warehouse (Commercial building)
Highland, Maryland (Populated place)
Holt House (House)
Howard Theatre (Theater)
Hume School (School)
Huntley (House)
Ingleside (House)
Ingomar Theater (Theater)
Japanese Embassy (Building)
Jefferson Apartment Building (Residential building)
John W. Coffren House and Store (Commercial building)
Kennedy--Warren Apartment Building (Residential building)
Kingston (House)
Lafayette Apartment Building (Residential building)
Langston Terrace Dwellings (Residential building)
Lincoln Theater (Theater)
Lincoln Theatre (Theater)
Lindens, The (House)
Lloyd House (House)
Lothrop Mansion (Mansion)
Luzon Apartment Building (Residential building)
Manhattan Laundry (Commercial building)
Marietta (House)
Masonic Temple (Building)
McCormick Apartments (Residential building)
Melwood Park (House)
Meridian Manor (Mansion)
Milton (House)
Moran Building (Meeting hall)
Moreland (House)
Mount Hope (House)
Mount Hope (House)
Myrene Apartment Building (Residential building)
National Mall (Monument)
National Union Building (Commercial building)
Newton Theater (Theater)
Northumberland Apartments (Residential building)
O Street Market (Commercial building)
O'Dea House (House)
Oak Hill (House)
Octagon, The (House)
Odd Fellows Hall (Meeting hall)
Old Naval Observatory (Military facility)
Oxon Hill Manor (Mansion)
Palm Theater (Theater)
Pan American Union (Commercial building)
Park Tower (Residential building)
Pension Building (Building)
Pink Palace (House)
Pleasant Ridge, Virginia (Populated place)
Plymouth, The (Residential building)
Ponce de Leon Apartment Building (Residential building)
Quality Hill (House)
Quarters 1, Fort Myer (Military facility)
Renwick Museum (Building)
Riversdale (House)
Roosevelt Apartment Building (Residential building)
Rosaryville, Maryland (Populated place)
Rosedale (House)
Rosslyn, Virginia (Populated place)
Saint James Mutual Homes (Residential building)
Salona (House)
Sedgwick Gardens (Residential building)
Silver Spring, Maryland (Populated place)
Springland (House)
Springvale, Virginia (Populated place)
Stockton Hall (School)
Studio House (House)
Sun Building (Commercial building)
Tenth Precinct Station House (Correctional facility)
The Glebe (House)
The Lexington Apartments (Residential building)
The Lyceum (Building)
Tivoli Theater (Theater)
Tower Building (Commercial building)
Town Center East (Building)
Town of Potomac (District)
Trinity Towers (Residential building)
True Reformer Building (Meeting hall)
Tudor Place (House)
Twin Oaks (House)
Union Station (Railroad depot)
US Chamber of Commerce Building (Commercial building)
Van Ness Mausoleum (Burial site)
Vigilant Firehouse (Fire station)
Walsh Stable (Building)
Wardman Row (Residential building)
Washington Navy Yard (Military facility)
Watergate (Hotel)
West Cornerstone (Monument)
Westover, Virginia (Populated place)
Westwood, Maryland (Populated place)
Wheat Row (House)
Winder Building (Building)
Windsor Lodge (Residential building)
Woodstock (House)
Wyoming Apartments (Residential building)
Yale Steam Laundry (Commercial building)