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The Singer Building is getting ready for a renovation. Here’s a look at the historic Mount Rainier building in days gone by. The photo was taken on a glass negative and donated by Herbert A. French, owner of the National Photo … Continue reading
Other than war journalism, street photography is one of the hardest to shoot. As Hyattsville’s own Chris Suspect notes, “the action is often quick and fleeting” and many photographers are already reticent to take pictures of strangers in public. In … Continue reading
Chris Suspect’s day job focuses on audio, but you’d never know it from his photographs. As a new media content creator, the Hyattsville resident oversees six science podcasts, but in his spare time he is a street photographer. He’s also … Continue reading
Here’s an artsy photo of downtown Hyattsville taken in 2010. For those who are curious, the big TESST sign shown above on the left marked the campus of TESST Technology Institute, a technical school which was located in Hyattsville from … Continue reading
Shown above, the photo on the left was taken in 1991 of the Hyattsville Hardware Co. on 5121 Baltimore Ave, which opened in 1910 and closed in 1992. The photo on the right was taken in 2012. The building is now the … Continue reading