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White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, Northwest, Washington, District of Columbia, DC

White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, Northwest, Washington, District of Columbia, DC





Historic American Buildings Survey, creator
Hoban, James
McKim, Mead & White
Latrobe, Benjamin
Price, Virginia B, transmitter
Hall, Scott D., delineator
Buehner, Timothy A., project manager
Beckman, Kristin A., delineator
Winkert, Daniel R., delineator
Hughes, Hugh D., delineator
Schmidt, Eric, delineator
Chia-Yi Yang, Isabel, project manager
Minotti, Krista A., delineator
Pederson, Brian F., delineator
Lanzillotta, Mary-Katherine, delineator
Brannan, Michael E., project manager
Lindstrom, Frederick J., project manager
Coleman, Crystal, delineator
Ventrone, Richard A., delineator
Anderson, Douglas S., delineator
Guthrie, Patrick B., delineator
Homeyer, Paul G., delineator
Lewis, Gilian B., delineator
Martin, Kenneth W., delineator
McBroom, Scot C., delineator
Rheams, Mellonee, delineator
Wiencek, R. Matthew, Jr., delineator
Martinez, Jose R., volunteer
Arzola, Robert, delineator
Arzola, Robert R, project manager


Washington, District of Columbia, United States38.89761, -77.03673
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