English: The Lothrop Mansion (also known as the Alvin Mason Lothrop House) located at 2001 Connecticut Avenue, N.W., in the Kalorama Triangle neighborhood of Washington, D.C. The Beaux-Arts home was designed by local architects Hornblower & Marshall in 1908 at a cost of $100,000. Alvin M. Lothrop and his business partner, Samuel W. Woodward, were founders of the now-defunct department store chain Woodward & Lothrop. The building now serves as offices for the Russian Trade Representative. The Lothrop Mansion is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is designated as a contributing property to the Kalorama Triangle Historic District.
Media in category "Lothrop Mansion"
The following 8 files are in this category, out of 8 total.
- Lothrop Mansion - facade.JPG 2,366 × 1,908; 392 KB
- Lothrop Mansion - northwest corner.JPG 1,846 × 1,808; 556 KB
- Lothrop Mansion - rear view.JPG 3,264 × 2,448; 1.01 MB
- Lothrop Mansion, DC.jpg 2,732 × 2,162; 1.85 MB
- Lothrop Mansion.jpg 2,375 × 2,757; 673 KB
- Russian Trade Representative (Washington, D.C.).JPG 3,264 × 2,026; 1.67 MB
- The Lothrop Mansion.JPG 3,508 × 2,003; 656 KB
- Trade Representation of the Russian Federation in the United States of America.JPG 3,428 × 2,493; 1.29 MB