Treasury Building (Washington, D.C.)

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    The Treasury Building in Washington, D.C. is the headquarters of the United States Department of the Treasury.

    It was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1971.

    The U.S. Treasury building designed by Ammi Burnham Young
    Location: 1500 Pennsylvania Ave., NW
    Washington, D.C.
    Built/Founded: 1836-1842 (East Wing and Central); 1855-1861 (South Wing); 1862-1864 (West Wing); 1867-1869 (North Wing)[1]
    Architectural style(s): Robert Mills (East Wing and Central); Ammi B. Young and Alexander H. Bowman (South Wing); Isaiah Rogers (West Wing); Alfred B. Mullett (North Wing)[1]

    1. Henrique Angelo 78 months ago | reply

      Great night shot!

    2. aspenbreezes [deleted] 78 months ago | reply

      Beautiful night shot!!!
      *****FROM MY LENS*****
      I'm so happy I could explode!

      Please tag this with " Inspired by LOVE"

    3. Historic Preservation 50 months ago | reply

      Hello. Great photograph of a very difficult building.
      The building was actually designed by Robert Mills. The other architects worked to complete the exterior to his design, while completing the interior in their own style. Although each created important spaces, A.B. Mullett's sumptuous Cash Room is one of the most spectacular in the building, a crystalline example of the Victorian Renaissance Revival style.
      Gregory Hubbard

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