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Capital Losses: A Cultural History of Washington's Destroyed Buildings Hardcover – March 17, 2003
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“One of the best books of its kind ever put together.”—Washingtonian
“The most lavish look at any American city's lost architecture that has yet appeared.”—The Washington Star
“The stories . . . are as good as anyone’s gothic novel.”—Washington Post Book World
About the Author
James Goode is the winner of Washingtonian magazine's prestigious “Washingtonian of the Year” award. He is the author of Best Addresses: A Century of Washington's Distinguished Apartment Houses and lives in Washington, DC.
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and therefore I simply left it, but the pictures inside haunted me for a long time,
and now finally a copy in Amazon for a cheaper prize.
Washington D.C. prior to the rise of modern buildings,(some of them were really ugly)
was a very quaint city. Filled with beautiful houses and places of worship. However,
the winds of modernization obliterated them and this was a terrible loss for the