Washington D.C. from the Washington Monument, c. 1911
Points of interest include B Street (today’s Constitution Avenue), running diagonally from the Potomac Electric powerhouse at lower left; Louisiana Avenue, branching off in the general direction of Union Station at upper right; the Old Post Office and its clock tower at left-center across Pennsylvania Avenue from the Raleigh Hotel under construction; the Agriculture Department greenhouses in the foreground with a corner of the Smithsonian “National Museum” at far right, just below Center Market; Liberty Market at upper left, below what looks to be a vast tent encampment; and, at right-upper-center, the Pension Office north of Judiciary Square and the District Court House. adding source cause I’m a jerk and left it out..apologies
*this is pretty much gibberish to me. I can’t follow it, but maybe you can!