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The Washington Post (1877-1922) - Washington, D.C.
Date: Dec 6, 1877
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Five miles from the WASHINGTON POST building via the Seventh or Fourteenth-street roads, and near their junction, is Brightwood Park, one of the favorite read-rocks of this District, opened years since to the public. It was a long time are it obtained any local clebrity, and it was only when it came into the hands of the Washington Driving Association that its reputation as a good course was established, and it could lay a claim to a fair share of the District Patronage.

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