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Capitol's busiest employee. Washington, D.C., Dec. 31. Probably the busiest man at the Capitol the last ten days was Ed Brown, Superintendent of the House Office Building. In addition to taking down the shingles of some 50 defeated House members and hanging the shingles of their successors, Brown had the headache of assigning more preferable offices to 30 other members, 12/31/38

Capitol's busiest employee. Washington, D.C., Dec. 31. Probably the busiest man at the Capitol the last ten days was Ed Brown, Superintendent of the House Office Building. In addition to taking down the shingles of some 50 defeated House members and hanging the shingles of their successors, Brown had the headache of assigning more preferable offices to 30 other members, 12/31/38

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