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by Frederick Hart

Marble

1995

Rotunda

Russell Senate Office Building

 

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The beautiful elevator at the Russell Industrial center in Detroit.

Doric columns line the exterior of the Russell Senate Office Building

 

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This photo was take from the rooftop of the Russell Building. It gets its name from the title stone on the side of the building where two angels are holding the date the building was built.

South downtown viewpoint from our new office patio

The view of downtown from my manager's window.

The land between Union Station and the Capitol was acquired by the government between 1910 and 1940 and developed into a park. An underground garage - the first on Capitol Hill - was built under the park.

 

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Left to right: Malcolm Waters, Dr. Charles Russell and Guerry Barbee

This artists drawing, originally posted by the Muskegon Chronicle, shows the former Daniel's Office Supply Building would be restored to it's original 1891 look in the front and windows would be added to the side.

(larger is better)

Another manager's view of downtown from her window

Russell Building - U.S. Senate offices

The Russell Block with the new Hines building on the left.

Downtown Atlanta, Georgia, including the Richard B. Russell Federal Building, which stands to the left of the white building in the center of the photo

Russell Senate Office Building, at the end of the work day

I guess the first floor is not going to be redone--too bad. This was the old Rialto Theater at one time.

The curved face of the Russell Building in Tacoma meets a square corner

news story. Ruth Moore went to Capital Hill to deliver 160,000 signatures to her petition that the VA re-evaluate the way it deals with victims of sexual assault.

Frank Russell Building with Municipal Building and Old City Hall in the background shot from the Murray Morgan Bridge.

I think that's what the red and blue one is.

 

Part of a large mural on a building in downtown Muskegon, Michigan.

This is a panoramic image of Maysville, KY taken from the rooftop of the historic Russell Building. It shows a barge slowly traveling up the Ohio River as well as distant Aberdeen, OH.

 

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Susanne Sartelle, Greenville-Pitt County Chamber of Commerce

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