Historic Neighborhood Groups — North Capitol Citizens’ Association

The next historic neighborhood civic group we’ll feature from the 1940s is the North Capitol Citizens’ Association. In looking at the map it appears to cover  the Bloomingdale, Eckington, and Stronghold neighborhoods. In reading the article, I was particularly drawn to the article’s heading declaring that the association wanted better facilities at intersections rather than more parks. The article was originally published in the Washington Post on November 7, 1940.

North Capitol Citizens map

North Capitol Citizens article

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One Comment on “Historic Neighborhood Groups — North Capitol Citizens’ Association”

  1. nkasi Says:

    You seemed to left out the part about the NCCA kicking out african american homeowners because of their race. I can help ou


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