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Many of these sites honor and remember writers by name. Other sites are places where particular writers significantly contributed to the history of that institution.
We have divided this list by types of institutions.


CemeteriesChurchesDC GovernmentDC ParksEmbassiesHotelsHospitalsLibrariesMuseumsNational Park ServiceNon-Profit OrganizationsPublic SchoolsRestaurantsRoads & BridgesUniversities

Photograph by Dan Vera.Cemeteries
Arlington National Cemetery
Harvey Allen, Ludwig Bemelmans, Dashiell Hammett, John F. Kennedy, Mary Roberts Rinehart, Helen Herron Taft

Historic Congressional Cemetery
Nicholas A. Dunaev, B.B. French, Joseph Gales, Jr., Horatio King, Alain Locke, Anne Royall, John Philip Sousa, George Watterston

Oak Hill Cemetery
Gamaliel Bailey, Ellen Tarr O'Connor Calder, John A. Joyce, John Nicolay, William Douglas O'Connor, John Henry Payne, E.D.E.N. Southworth

St. Mary's Catholic Church Cemetery
F. Scott Fitzgerald, Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald

St. Paul's Rock Creek Episcopal Parish, Rock Creek Cemetery
Henry Adams, M. Carl Holman, Philander Johnson, Evalyn Walsh McLean, Thomas Nelson Page, Upton Sinclair, Margaret Bayard Smith, Samuel Harrison Smith, Ainsworth Spofford, Gore Vidal

Photograph by Dan Vera.
Churches

Ebenezer United Methodist Church
Emma V. Brown

Fifteenth Street Presbyterian Church
John F. Cook, Sr., Charlotte Forten Grimké, Sojourner Truth, Elizabeth Keckley

Luther Place Memorial Church
Lloyd C. Douglas

New York Avenue Presbyterian Church
Catherine Marshall

St. John's Church Parish House
Owen Meredith

Washington National Cathedral
Edith Bolling Galt Wilson, Isabel Weld Perkins Anderson,
Poets and Writers Window: John Milton, Dante Alighieri
St. John's Chapel embroidery kneelers: Emily Dickinson, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Edna St. Vincent Millay, Edgar Allan Poe, Walt Whitman

Photograph by Dan Vera.DC Government
DC Commission on the Arts
Office of the Poet Laureate: Sterling A. Brown; Larry Neal Writers Awards

Kalorama Citizens Association
Joel Barlow

Perry School Community Services Center (former M Street High School)
Mary Church Terrell, Sterling A. Brown, Jessie Redmon Fauset, Jean Toomer, Edward Christopher Williams

DC Public Art
Aleksandr Pushkin Monument; Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Statue, Samuel Gompers Memorial, Ulysses S. Grant Memorial,

DC Recorder of Deeds building
Frederick Douglass

DC Parks
Photograph by Dan Vera.Dupont Circle Park
Dupont Circle School writers, including Ed Cox, Tim Dlugos, Jim Everhard, Liam Rector

Francis Scott Key Park

Freedom Plaza
Mary Clemmer Ames, Charles Dickens, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Ernest Kroll, Walt Whitman

Guy Mason Recreation Center, Alley of Russian Poets
Anna Akhmatova, Aleksandr Blok, Afanasy Fet, Nikolai Gumilyov, Mikhail Lermontov, Osip Mandelstam, Boris Pasternak, Aleksandr Pushkin, Marina Tsvetaeva, Fyodor Tyutchev

Khalil Gibran Memorial Garden

Lafayette Park
Henry Adams, George Bancroft, John Hay, Paul Jennings, George Cabot Lodge, Robert Lowell, Owen Meredith, Benjamin Ogle Tayloe

Walt Whitman Park

Photograph by Dan Vera.
Embassies

Embassy of Algiers
Perle Mesta

Embassy of Indonesia
Evalyn Walsh McLean

Embassy of Latvia
Natalie Clifford Barney

Embassy of Myanmar
Perle Mesta

Embassy of Syria
Helen Herron Taft

Embassy of Zambia
Mary Roberts Rinehart

Mexican Cultural Institute
Carlos Fuentes

Organization of American States
Erico Verissimo, Sculpture Garden: Pablo Neruda, Ruben Dario, Sor Juana Inez de la Cruz, Teresa de la Parra, Gabriela Mistral

Hotels

Hay-Adams Hotel
Henry Adams, John Hay

Marriott Wardman Park Hotel
Langston Hughes, Clare Boothe Luce, Mary Roberts Rinehart, Perle Mesta

Willard Intercontinental
Charles Dickens, Emily Dickinson, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Julia Ward Howe, Mark Twain, Walt Whitman

Hospitals
St. Elizabeth's Hospital
Ezra Pound
Photograph by Dan Vera.Libraries
Folger Shakespeare Library
O.B. Hardison, Jr., Liam Rector, Robert Sargent

George Washington University Libraries, Gelman Library Special Collections, Washington Writers Archives

Library of Congress
US Poets Laureate, Paul Laurence Dunbar, Archibald MacLeish, Saint-John Perse, Katherine Anne Porter, Reed Whittemore
Busts of Eminent Men of Letters, Demosthenes, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Washington Irving, Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Babington Macaulay, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Walter Scott, and Dante Alighieri

University of Maryland Archives and Manuscripts Department
Conrad Aiken, Louisa May Alcott, Louis Auchincloss, Djuna Barnes, Carl Bode, James M. Cain, Hart Crane, Robert Creeley, John Dos Passos, T.S. Eliot, William Faulkner, Roland Flint, Robert Frost, Thom Gunn, Ernest Hemingway, Laura Riding Jackson, Walter Kerr, H.L. Mencken, Marianne Moore, Ogden Nash, John Pauker, Ezra Pound, Ferdinand Reyher, Karl Shapiro, Gertrude Stein, John Steinbeck, Reed Whittemore, William Carlos Williams, William Butler Yeats,

Museums
Corcoran Gallery of Art
Benjamin Ogle Tayloe

National Museum of Civil War Medicine, Office of Missing Soldiers
Clara Barton

The Octagon House
Benjamin Ogle Tayloe

Sewall-Belmont House & Museum
Muna Lee

Smithsonian Institution
The Castle, Solomon G. Brown
Museum of American History, Julia Child, Evalyn Walsh McLean
National Zoological Park, William Temple Hornaday

Woodrow Wilson House
Edith Bolling Galt Wilson

The White House
Rose Elizabeth Cleveland, Ulysses S. Grant, John Hay, Paul Jennings, John F. Kennedy, Alice Roosevelt Longworth, John Nicolay, Theodore Roosevelt, Helen Herron Taft, Edith Bolling Galt Wilson

Photograph by Dan Vera.National Park Service
Carter G. Woodson National Historic Site

Clara Barton
National Historic Site

Frederick Douglass
National Historic Site

Meridian Hill Park, aka Malcolm X Park
Dante Alighieri

Rock Creek Park, Joaquin Miller Cabin

Theodore Roosevelt
Memorial

Non-Profit Organizations
Arts Club of Washington
Henry Adams

Association for the Study of African American Life and History
Carter G. Woodson

Casa Italiana
Photograph by Dan Vera.Dante Alighieri Statue, Michelangelo Statue

Cosmos Club
Henry Adams, Zora Neale Hurston, Robert Lowell

Fall for the Book Festival
Mary Roberts Rinehart Award

Frederick Douglass Museum and Hall of Fame for Caring Americans

Katherine Anne Porter
Society

National Geographic Society

Eliza Ruhamah Scidmore

Phyllis Wheatley
YWCA
Zora Neale Hurston

Rachel Carson Council House


Robert and Mary Church Terrell House and LeDroit Park Museum

Sasha Bruce Youthwork
Evangeline Bruce

Society of the Cincinnati
Isabel Weld Perkins Anderson

Thornton Wilder Society

Thurgood Marshall Center for Service and Heritage
Langston Hughes

Washington Friends of Walt Whitman

The Word Works
Hilary Tham Capital Collection; Jacklyn Potter Young Poets Competition; Joaquin Miller Reading Series

The Writer's Center
Ann Darr, John Elsberg, Roland Flint

Photograph by Dan Vera.Public Schools
Burroughs Education Campus
John Burroughs

Crummell Elementary School building
Alexander Crummell

Garnet-Patterson Middle School

Pearl Bailey


Kelly Miller
Middle School

Key Elementary School
Francis Scott Key

Maya Angelou
Public Charter School
Maya Angelou

Paul Laurence Dunbar
High
Mary P. Burrill

Sumner School Museum and Archives
Emma V. Brown

Terrell McGogney Elementary School
Mary Church Terrell

Walt Whitman
High, Bethesda, MD
Restaurants
Busboys and Poets
Cullen Room, Countee Cullen
Langston Room, Langston Hughes
Zinn Room, Howard Zinn

Eatonville Restaurant
Zora Neale Hurston
Roads & Bridges
Clara Barton Parkway

Francis Scott Key Bridge

Frederick Douglass Bridge

Langston Hughes Way

Walt Whitman Way

Photograph by Dan Vera.Universities
American University
Donald Britton, Ann Darr, Arnost Lustig, James Tiptree, Ellis Yochelson

The Catholic University of America
Cicely Angleton, Walter Kerr, Barbara Raskin, Charles Warren Stoddard, James Kavanaugh

George Mason University

Mary Roberts Rinehart Award, Jim Everhard, Liam Rector

Georgetown University
Pearl Bailey, Roland Flint, O.B. Hardison Jr., Luis Muñoz Marin, Barbara Raskin, Laurence Stallings

George Washington University
Isabel Weld Perkins Anderson, Dee Brown, Francis Scott Key, Myrtle Cheney Murdock, J. Saunders Redding, Wendell Phillips Stafford, Edward Weismiller, Ellis Yochelson

Howard University
Alain Locke Hall
Art Department, Gwendolyn Bennett
Art Gallery, Alain Locke
Drama Department, Owen Dodson
English Department, Sterling A. Brown, Zora Neale Hurston, John Killens, May Miller, Ahmos Zu-Bolton II
Founder's Library, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center, Edward Christopher Williams, African American writers
History Department, Carter G. Woodson
Medical School, Rudolph Fisher
Philosophy Department, Alain Locke
Sociology Department, Kelly Miller

Johns Hopkins School of International Studies
Elizabeth Sullam

Trinity College
Ella Dorsey

University of Maryland
Jiménez Hall, Juan Ramón Jiménez, Ellis Yochelson, Reed Whittemore
McKeldin Library, Katherine Anne Porter Room