Washington, D.C. Then and Now pairs vintage black-and-white photographs, some of which were taken by photography pioneers such as Mathew Brady, with stunning color photos taken from the same vantage points today. From the Washington Monument and the Lincoln Memorial to Union Station and Ford’s Theater, Washington, D.C. Then and Now offers an intriguing view of the history of a city that itself creates history.
This 144-page book measures 10" x 11¼" x ¾".
Celebrating beloved cities from around the world, the Then and Now series offers a unique combination of historic interest and contemporary beauty. Then and Now books feature fascinating archival photographs contrasted with specially commissioned, full-color images of the same scene today. Each work is a visual lesson in the historic changes of our greatest urban landscapes.