Hannah Cayton Materials Collection, 1979-1980

Hannah Cayton Materials Collection, 1979-1980

Finding Aid

Collection No. 96 (.25 Linear Feet)
D.C. Community Archives




Hannah Cayton was a surveyor working for Don’t Tear it Down, “a citizen’s action group working to protect and enhance Washington’s physical environment.” Ms. Cayton researched the Homer Building, located at 601 13th St. NW. Detailed results of her research can be found in FF9 and FF10.

Scope and Content Note

The collection consists of notes, clippings, research resources, correspondence, plat maps, and legal documents.


There are no restrictions to this collection.

Box List

Box 1

FF1 Assessment info from Washingtoniana
FF2 General Notes: Block 289
FF3 General Notes: Block 289
FF4 General Notes: Block 289
FF5 General Notes: Block 289
FF6 General Notes: Block 289
FF7 Homer Building Research (13th & 14th between F&G)
FF8 Homer Building Research (13th & 14th between F&G)
FF9 Materials from Black Notebook
FF10 Materials from Black Notebook
FF11 Two Centuries of Change: The Idea of Downtown Washington
Compiled by Rachel Telford, November 2006
DC Public Library, Special Collections
D.C. Community Archives
901 G St. NW, Room 307
Washington, D.C.  20001

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