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District of Columbia government buildings. District Court, main entry II

District of Columbia government buildings. District Court, main entry II

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1930
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Contributors

Horydczak, Theodor, approximately 1890-1971, photographer
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Location

Washington, District of Columbia, United States38.90719, -77.03687
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Publication may be restricted. For information see "Horydczak Collection" (http://lcweb.loc.gov/rr/print/res/100_hory.html)

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Acacia Mutual Life Insurance Co. Building. Entry to Acacia Mutual Life Insurance Co. Building, inner doorway

[Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. (competition entry). Perspective rendering]

U.S. Reports: Taylor v. Walton, 14 U.S. (1 Wheat.) 141 (1816)

James Madison, August 24, 1814. Notes, Diary Entry for Aug. 24, 1814 and Aug. 29, 1814.

John G. Foster to Edwin M. Stanton, Sunday, August 16, 1863 (Requests opening of Norfolk as a port of entry)

James Madison, August 24, 1814. Notes, Diary Entry for Aug. 24, 1814 and Aug. 29, 1814.

Allenby's official entry with military review at Russian Compound. Men on horses review troops on parade

[Preparatory drawing for "Entry into the forest" mural, Hispanic Division, Library of Congress] / Portinari.

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