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Statue of Albert Gallatin, genius of finance, stands in front of the U.S. Department of Treasury in Washington, DC.

  • ~BostonBill~ 6y

    thanks for the invite, Rhett!
  • Rhett Redelings 6y

    I keep coming back to this. It's fabulous!
  • ~BostonBill~ 6y

    thanks for coming back, Rhett. I really appreciate it.
  • Andrew Wiseman 6y

    this is awesome. it sort of looks like the ads for Fallout 3!
  • ~BostonBill~ 6y

    thanks squidpants! that makes sense as many parts of DC are kinda like a fallout zone.
  • onetalentdog 6y

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  • colster. 6y

    wow man wow.
  • ~BostonBill~ 6y

    spiritsoftheworld: thanks for the invites.

    colster.: wow thanks man!
  • nell 6y

    love it
  • ~BostonBill~ 6y

    thanks for the love nell!
  • His Noodly Appendage 6y

    Credited with the invention of double entry bookkeeping (among others).
  • Telzey 5y

    Smile! This remarkable image has been blogged at bsquaregallery.blogspot.com/
  • Telzey 5y

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  • ~BostonBill~ 5y

    ah, yes. twice the numbers to cook, Noodly ;)

    the blog looks wonderful, Telzey, and thanks so much for the invite!
  • ✿ Dreaming ... ✿ 5y

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  • John Magnet Bell, Wearing a Red Tie 5y

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    hmm, how melancholy. I like how the crane and statue complement each other.
  • Luc Boonen 4y

    I don't believe in coincidence, so I take it you have woken up Albert Gallatin to show some more of his financial genius?
  • bootpainter 2y

    I like the sculpted folds of his coat or mantle, whatever it is. Tailoring has not progressed so far since then either,nor sculpture.. methinks.
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