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Benjamin H. Latrobe, Surveyor of the Public Buildings to Thomas Jefferson, November 16, 1802

Benjamin H. Latrobe, Surveyor of the Public Buildings to Thomas Jefferson, October 2, 1803

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin H. Latrobe, Surveyor of the Public Buildings, March 6, 1803, two same date

Benjamin H. Latrobe, Surveyor of the Public Buildings to Thomas Jefferson, April 4, 1803

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin H. Latrobe, Surveyor of the Public Buildings, April 23, 1803

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin H. Latrobe, Surveyor of the Public Buildings, May 23, 1803

Benjamin H. Latrobe, Surveyor of the Public Buildings to Thomas Jefferson, April 19, 1803

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin H. Latrobe, Surveyor of the Public Buildings, March 6, 1803, two same date

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin H. Latrobe, Surveyor of the Public Buildings, November 12, 1804

Benjamin H. Latrobe, Surveyor of the Public Buildings to Thomas Jefferson, November 26, 1804

Benjamin H. Latrobe, Surveyor of the Public Buildings to Thomas Jefferson, February 26, 1804

Benjamin H. Latrobe, Surveyor of the Public Buildings to Thomas Jefferson, April 1, 1804

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin H. Labrobe, Surveyor of the Public Buildings, April 22, 1805

Surveyor of Public Buildings, March 1805, Salary Statement

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin H. Latrobe, Surveyor of the Public Buildings, January 16, 1805

Benjamin H. Latrobe, Surveyor of the Public Buildings to Thomas Jefferson, December 26, 1805

Benjamin H. Latrobe, Surveyor of the Public Buildings to Thomas Jefferson, December 15, 1805

Benjamin H. Latrobe, Surveyor of the Public Buildings to Thomas Jefferson, February 21, 1805

Benjamin H. Latrobe, Surveyor of the Public Buildings to Thomas Jefferson, October 21, 1805

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin H. Latrobe, Surveyor of the Public Buildings, January 26, 1805

Benjamin H. Latrobe, Surveyor of the Public Buildings to Thomas Jefferson, May 3, 1805

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin H. Latrobe, Surveyor of the Public Buildings, March 10, 1805

Benjamin H. Latrobe, Surveyor of the Public Buildings to Thomas Jefferson, June 8, 1805

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin H. Latrobe, Surveyor of the Public Buildings, April 28, 1806

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin H. Latrobe, Surveyor of the Public Buildings, July 1, 1806

Benjamin H. Latrobe, Surveyor of the Public Buildings to Thomas Jefferson, November 30, 1806

Benjamin H. Latrobe, Surveyor of the Public Buildings to Thomas Jefferson, November 27, 1806

Benjamin H. Latrobe, Surveyor of the Public Buildings to Thomas Jefferson, July 4, 1806

Benjamin H. Latrobe, Surveyor of the Public Buildings to Thomas Jefferson, November 11, 1806

Thomas Jefferson to House of Representatives, December 23, 1806, Accounts Suspended on Public Buildings, Washington, D. C.

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin H. Latrobe, Surveyor of the Public Buildings, October 14, 1806

Benjamin H. Latrobe, Surveyor of the Public Buildings to Thomas Jefferson, April 21, 1806

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin H. Latrobe, Surveyor of the Public Buildings, July 18, 1806

Benjamin H. Latrobe, Surveyor of the Public Buildings to Thomas Jefferson, March 21, 1807, two same date

Benjamin H. Latrobe, Surveyor of the Public Buildings to Thomas Jefferson, July 7, 1807

Benjamin H. Latrobe, Surveyor of the Public Buildings to Thomas Jefferson, March 21, 1807, two same date

Benjamin H. Latrobe, Surveyor of the Public Buildings to Thomas Jefferson, October 9, 1807

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin H. Latrobe, Surveyor of the Public Buildings, September 8, 1807

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin H. Latrobe, Surveyor of the Public Buildings, May 26, 1807

Benjamin H. Latrobe, Surveyor of the Public Buildings to Thomas Jefferson, September 24, 1807

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin H. Latrobe, Surveyor of the Public Buildings, July 31, 1807

Benjamin H. Latrobe, Surveyor of the Public Buildings to Thomas Jefferson, November 7, 1807

Benjamin H. Latrobe, Surveyor of the Public Buildings to Thomas Jefferson, March 23, 1807

Benjamin H. Latrobe, Surveyor of the Public Buildings to Thomas Jefferson, October 31, 1807

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin H. Latrobe, Surveyor of the Public Buildings, July 30, 1807

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin H. Latrobe, Surveyor of the Public Buildings, September 20, 1807

Benjamin H. Latrobe, Surveyor of the Public Buildings to Thomas Jefferson, March 14, 1807

Benjamin H. Latrobe, Surveyor of the Public Buildings to Thomas Jefferson, March 15, 1807

Benjamin H. Latrobe, Surveyor of the Public Buildings to Thomas Jefferson, November 10, 1807

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin H. Latrobe, Surveyor of the Public Buildings, August 18, 1807

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin H. Latrobe, Surveyor of the Public Buildings, August 5, 1807

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin H. Latrobe, Surveyor of the Public Buildings, May 27, 1807

Benjamin H. Latrobe, Surveyor of the Public Buildings to Thomas Jefferson, October 3, 1807

Benjamin H. Latrobe, Surveyor of the Public Buildings to Thomas Jefferson, June 14, 1807, two same date

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin H. Latrobe, Surveyor of the Public Buildings, March 15, 1808

Benjamin H. Latrobe, Surveyor of the Public Buildings to Thomas Jefferson, March 22, 1808

Benjamin H. Latrobe, Surveyor of the Public Buildings to Thomas Jefferson, March 6, 1808

Benjamin H. Latrobe, Surveyor of the Public Buildings to Thomas Jefferson, April 21, 1808

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin H. Latrobe, Surveyor of the Public Buildings, May 1, 1808

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin H. Latrobe, Surveyor of the Public Buildings, March 2, 1808

Isometrical view of the Presidents House, the surrounding public buildings, and private residences : [Washington D.C.].

Map of Washington City and Georgetown /

Map of the city of Washington (District of Columbia).

Public buildings, Phila.

Map of the city of Washington showing the public reservations under control of the Office of Public Buildings and Grounds /

Map of the city of Washington showing the public reservations under control of Office of Public Buildings and Grounds /

Map of the city of Washington showing the public reservations under control of Office of Public Buildings and Grounds /

Map of the District of Columbia showing areas recommended to be taken as necessary for new parks and park connections /

Map of the District of Columbia showing public reservations and possessions and the permanent system of highways /

[Map of the Ellipse and White House grounds showing proposed sites for the Grant Memorial and Sherman Statue, Washington D.C.] /

Map of the District of Columbia showing public reservations and possessions and areas recommended to be taken as necessary for new parks and park connections /

[Planning map of the Mall and adjacent areas, Washington D.C.].

Map showing location of public buildings, Washington, D.C.

Large group attending Nebraska State Convention of Commercial Clubs pictured in front of the State Normal Building at Kearney, Nebraska

OWEN, F.D. PUBLIC BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS CUSTODIAN OF THE FLAGS. LEFT, PLANTING TREE. PRESIDENT WILSON

OWEN, F.D., PUBLIC BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS CUSTODIAN OF THE FLAGS, LEFT, PLANTING TREE; HARTS, WILLIAM W., COL., U.S.A.; MILITARY AIDE TO PRESIDENT WILSON

The Mall, Washington, D.C. : plan showing development to 1914 in accordance with the recommendations of the Park Commission of 1901.

The Mall, Washington, D.C. : plan showing building development to 1915 in accordance with the recommendations of the Park Commission of 1901.

Col. Sherrell, Supt. of Public Buildings and Grounds, has issued an order that bathing suits at the Wash[ington] bathing beach must not be over six inches above the knee ...

The Mall and vicinity, Washington, proposed development /

The Mall and vicinity, Washington, proposed development /

Public buildings and residence section from Statue Square, Victoria, Hongkong, China

Public buildings and public parks in the District of Columbia : under the jurisdiction of the director /

Public buildings and public parks in the District of Columbia : under the jurisdiction of the director /

Public buildings and public parks in the District of Columbia : under the jurisdiction of the director of the National Park Service /

Public Buildings and Churches and Misc., Georgetown, Georgetown County, South Carolina

Public Buildings and Churches and Misc., Georgetown, Georgetown County, South Carolina

Public Buildings and Churches and Misc., Georgetown, Georgetown County, South Carolina

Public Buildings and Churches and Misc., Georgetown, Georgetown County, South Carolina

Public Buildings and Churches and Misc., Georgetown, Georgetown County, South Carolina

Public Buildings and Churches and Misc., Georgetown, Georgetown County, South Carolina

Public Buildings and Churches and Misc., Georgetown, Georgetown County, South Carolina

Public Buildings and Churches and Misc., Georgetown, Georgetown County, South Carolina

Public Buildings and Churches and Misc., Georgetown, Georgetown County, South Carolina

Public Buildings and Churches and Misc., Georgetown, Georgetown County, South Carolina

Public Buildings and Churches and Misc., Georgetown, Georgetown County, South Carolina

Public buildings in the District of Columbia /

How proposed new federal buildings will affect complexion of the capital : [the Mall and vicinity, Washington D.C.].

Development of the central area west and east of the Capitol--Washington D.C. 1941 /

Public buildings in the metropolitan area of Washington, D.C. /

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