$20, plus $5 S&H
Washington History (1989-present) is the only scholarly journal devoted exclusively to the history of our nation's capital.
Written and edited by distinguished historians, the journal is filled with scholarly articles and a rich array of images. Washington History also features content such as highlights of local blogs and history collections found throughout the city.
The Spring 2014 Washington History is a special issue on jazz in D.C., edited by Dr. Maurice Jackson of Georgetown University and Dr. Blair Ruble of the Woodrow Wilson Center.
- From the Editors, by Blair Ruble and Maurice Jackson
- “Seventh Street, Black D.C.’s Music Mecca” by Blair Ruble
- “Great Black Music and the Desegregation of Washington, D.C.,” by Maurice Jackson
- “Washington’s Duke Ellington,” by John Edward Hasse
- “Interview with Bill Brower,” by Willard Jenkins
- “Jazz Radio in Washington, a memoir,” by Rusty Hassan
- “Legislating Jazz,” by Anna Celenza
- “Researching D.C. Jazz,” by Mike Fitzgerald
- Three poems by E. Ethelbert Miller
Subscribe to Washington History
by joining the Historical Society
. Some member levels include access to all past issues of both Washington History
and the Records of the Columbia Historical Society
online through JSTOR.*
Individuals and organizations may also subscribe to new print copies of Washington History
for $40 per year (two issues), including domestic shipping and handling. Subscribers are not HSW members and do not receive any additional benefits.
Subscriptions may be paid online through PayPal or by check may be made out to HSW sent to the following address:
Historical Society of Washington, D.C.
801 K Street NW
Washington, DC 20001
Search Washington History through JSTOR
or see a complete listing of each volume's table of contents
Submit your article for consideration in our next issue. Please see our submission guidelines
and style guide
. Authors may also contact the editor at firstname.lastname@example.org