For this week's additions to Bigwig Digs, we add a trio of DC politicians from the long-lost past and not-so-distant past, all of whom lived at some point during their political lives in the city's NW quadrant.
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- The Georgetown home that JFK leased for a couple months in the late 1950s.
- The longtime Foxhall Road residence of former Congressman and Senator Tom Daschle.
- The Georgetown mansion where former Secretary of State John Foster Dulles lived while working for the State Department.
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This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/bigwig_digs_jfk_tom_daschle_and_john_foster_dulles/6608.
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