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Women's dormitories, operated by the Salvation Army, located on the northwest corner of 8th & E Streets, NW in Washington, D.C. The building originally served as offices for the U.S Civil Service Commission. It was sold to the Salvation Army in 1920 and was later demolished


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current06:44, September 17, 2009Thumbnail for version as of 06:44, September 17, 20091,065 × 1,024 (261 KB)Kathleen.wright5 (wall | contribs)Women's dormitories, operated by the Salvation Army, located on the northwest corner of 8th & E Streets, NW in Washington, D.C. The building originally served as offices for the U.S Civil Service Commission. It was sold to the Salvation Army in 1920 and w

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