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By Sadie Dingfelder
The oldest structure on the National Mall will be restored, moved 32 feet and turned into a visitor’s center, the Trust for the National Mall...
By Devin Dwyer, Richard Coolidge and Jordyn Phelps
Turns out a taxman’s house is the oldest building still standing on the National Mall.
 
The 178-year-old stone...
Brett Zongker
12/09/14 | Associated Press

A plan to restore the oldest structure on the National Mall, a 178-year-old Lockkeeper's House from Washington's old canal system, is moving...

Michael E. Ruane
12/09/14 | Washington Post
The Trust for the National Mall announced Tuesday that American Express has donated $1 million to restore the old stone lockkeeper’s house, a...
By Cyprien Roy
12/09/14 | Architect Magazine
The neglected Lockkeeper's House on Washington, D.C.'s National Mall will be restored thanks to a $1 million grant from American Express to...
By Sarah Anne Hughes
12/09/14 | DCist
For the past 40 years, the Lockkeeper's House at Constitution Avenue and 17th Street NW has been locked to the public.
 
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By Caroline Cunningham
12/09/14 | Huffington Post
Every year, millions of people pass by a nondescript stone building situated on the northwest side of the National Mall, just inches from the...
By Mark Holan
In the 1840s a man named John Moore lived and worked in D.C. in a small stone house at what now is the corner of 17th Street and Constitution...
Bridget Bowman
12/02/14 | Roll Call

Visitors to the National Mall can point their smartphone or tablet at a new structure Tuesday, and a holographic, multicolored tower will appear...

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