Lost Washington: Shulman’s Market

Here’s a great image from the Library of Congress Flickr pool taken ca. 1941 of Shulman’s Market at the corner of N and Union Sts., SW. Yep, that’s right, SW. After the great urban renewal that swept thought there like a tornado in the 1960s, there is only a handful of structures that have any history to speak of. Not only is Shulman’s gone, but so is Union Street.

[Car in front of Shulman's Market on N at Union St. S.W., Washington, D.C. (LOC)

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One Response to “Lost Washington: Shulman’s Market”

  1. Mark Alston Says:

    Shulman move over to the next block but the store in still there under a different name.

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