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'Another Washington': Pictures From the Past

I wrote about local photographer Paul Feinberg in my column on Tuesday. He's my guest today for my online chat.

Of course I can describe Paul's photographs, but you really have to see them to experience them. And seeing them in a book or on a Web site isn't the same as seeing them in a gallery. Nonetheless, I've posted a few below. Enjoy, but do try to get out the Katzen Arts Center at AU.

paulblaze.jpgBlaze Starr at the Plaza on New York Avenue & 14th Street NW


paultattoo.jpg
Richard Burch, plasterer, Carol Nightingale, proprietor, tattoo parlor, 12th & I streets NW


paulloretta.jpgLoretta, owner of Loretta's Weaving Shop at 13th and H streets NW


paulgogo.jpgPinky, go-go dancer at This Is It? at 14th and I streets NW


paulbar.jpgJames MacEvoy and Walter Huey at Kenny's Bar, across from the Soldier's Home

Please join me at noon to reminisce about old Washington--and anything else that's on your mind.

By John Kelly  |  October 9, 2009; 10:15 AM ET
Categories:  Photos of Washington  
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What gloomy, rundown little corners of the world.

Posted by: tomtildrum | October 9, 2009 11:24 AM | Report abuse

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