The National Hotel, ca. 1922

National Hotel ca. 1922This is the first photograph I’ve come across of the old National Hotel that was originally located where the Newseum is now. You can find a brief history of the National Hotel at this earlier post.

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One Response to “The National Hotel, ca. 1922”

  1. According to old WPA guidebooks inn 1930s this landmark had 2 plaques on the walls of the hotel, one describing that Henry Clay died here, iif anyone would research their whereabouts if the plaques still exist, it would be beneficial to the City’s history,
    Note that Lincoln assassin John Wilkes Booth stayed here, as during the CivilWar it catered to the Southerners.

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