"A dilapidated Dupont Circle row house known as the House of Truth"

Historic cities are full of little-known stories preserved in the form of their architecture. In Washington DC's Dupont Circle neighborhood, this row house—typical for the city in the early 20th century—housed several of the US capital's more storied political residents. Now a private residence, this row house was once known as the House of Truth.


The Washington Salon that Saved Liberalism

By Brad Snyder


February 5, 2017

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