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Row houses and commercial buildings in Washington, D.C., 1974
Call Number: LOT 12279 (G)
Extent: 343 photographic prints : gelatin silver ; 28 x 13 cm. or smaller.
Note: Address and other caption information appears on the verso of most images. Corresponding negatives in series LC-G73 for approximately one-third of the prints.
Includes late nineteenth and early twentieth-century structures. Facades, architectural details. Includes houses on the following streets: Eighteenth, Nineteenth, Twentieth, Twenty-first, Twenty-second, M, N, Q, R, S, Corcoran, Florida, Swann, Riggs Place, Connecticut Avenue, New Hampshire Avenue in the Dupont Circle neighborhood.
LOT 12279-1: Numbered streets; LOT 12279-2: Lettered streets; LOT 12279-3: Names streets; LOT 12279-4: Unidentified structures.
Numbered streets
Call Number: LOT 12279-1 (G)
Lettered streets
Call Number: LOT 12279-2 (G)
Names streets
Call Number: LOT 12279-3 (G)
Unidentified structures
Call Number: LOT 12279-4 (G)
Sculptures by Daniel Chester French in Washington, D.C., ca. 1963-1970
Call Number: LOT 12280 (G)
Extent: 16 photographic prints : gelatin silver ; 20 x 25 cm.
Includes statues of Abraham Lincoln, James Garfield, Henry Wilson, Lewis Cass, Thomas Hopkins Gallaudet, Herodotus, and allegorical figures. Fountains, monuments, relief marbles, medals. Portrait of French.
Supreme Court and Federal Triangle buildings in Washington, D.C., ca. 1931-ca. 1941
Call Number: LOT 12563 (H)
Extent: 15 photoprints : gelatin silver ; 27 x 41 cm. or smaller.
Supreme Court exterior, one with scaffolding; sculpture and hallway in Supreme Court building. Commerce Building tympana. National Archives murals. Drawing for Federal Trade Commission Building.

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