Washington DC 1863


Birdseye view of Washington, DC, 6th St. Wharf 1863 by Charles Magnus.  Print shows the busy wharves in southwest Washington, DC, where wounded soldiers often arrived. In the foreground, the U.S.M. paddle steamboat “John Brooks” filled with Union soldiers in the foreground, soldiers standing on dock at left, and the Mount Vernon Hotel (the Thomas Law House) flying the American flag. In the background are the unfinished Washington Monument (left), the Smithsonian Institution, and the U.S. Capitol, portrayed as if the dome were completed (right).

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24×36, 36×54