From Friends of Jack… the next monthly meeting of the Dupont Circle Citizens Association (DCCA) is Monday, October 6 at 7:30 p.m. at the Universalist National Memorial Church, 16th and S Streets NW (northwest corner).
Don’t miss the upcoming DCCA Monthly Membership Meeting: “Notorious Scandals of Dupont Circle.”
- Body parts blown onto rooftops in 1919!
- Hope diamond purchase negotiations in a bedroom closet
- Titanic survivor who lived on New Hampshire Avenue
- The Holocaust hero who once lived on Corcoran Street
- Bizarre Last Will & Testament of Robert Dyrenforth
- And much more…
Where: Universalist National Memorial Church, 16th and S Streets NW (northwest corner)
When: Monday, October 6, 7:30pm
Wine, Cheese and Hors d’Oeuvres to Follow Meeting
Historian, Paul Williams has been researching Dupont Circle houses and their occupants for more than fifteen years. During that period he has uncovered everything from the mundane to the outright bizarre, with murders, sex scandals, exploitive divorces, and society curses! You may think that youths throwing eggs on Halloween night, public drunkenness and live music are more recent events, but Williams will present evidence of these scandalous and shocking events that have been happening in Dupont Circle for well more than 120 years!
Williams is a graduate in Historic Preservation from Roger Williams and Cornell University, and is currently serving as the Executive Director of Historic Dupont Circle Main Streets.