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Topic: stairway

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Section and plan of stairway in drum of dome
Section through stairway in drum of dome
Stairway to cellar of north wing

Stairway to cellar of north wing

U.S. Capitol (drawing).

Details of western stairway, north wing
Grand stairway - top

Grand stairway - top

Photographs showing stairhall with columns and chandelier, probably in the U.S. Capitol.

[A stairway of honor of the Ministry of War] / Abdullah Frères, Phot., Constantinople.
U.S. Congressional Library. Stairway to gallery / Handy, photo.

U.S. Congressional Library. Stairway to gallery / Handy, photo.

Photo shows the Great Hall in the Library of Congress.

Procession going down the main stairway just before the wedding The procession was led by the President's social staff, followed by the ushers, Miss Ethel Roosevelt and the bride on the arm of the President.

Procession going down the main stairway just before the wedding The pr...

Photograph of an illustration from a newspaper showing Theodore Roosevelt with daughter Alice before her White House wedding to Nicholas Longworth, Feb. 17, 1906.

Main stairway - Minn. Capitol

Main stairway - Minn. Capitol

Main stairway in the Capitol, St. Paul, Minnesota.

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