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Design for the new jail for the Dist. of Columbia. Dec. XV 1856. Edward Clark architect

Design for the new jail for the Dist. of Columbia. Dec. XV 1856. Edward Clark architect

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Print shows the floor plan and front elevation of the design for a proposed jail for Washington, D.C.; "approved November 7th 1860" by Jacob Thompson, secretary of the Department of the Interior.
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Inscribed on stone on lower left: Department of the Interior Washington City Approved November 7th 1860 [signed] J. Thompson Secretary.
Printed at top right: Sen. Ex. Doc. No. 1. 2nd Sess. 36th Cong.
Stamped on lower right corner: Division of Maps Library of Congress Aug 31 1940.
Forms part of: Popular graphic art print filing series (Library of Congress).



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