Elijah E. Myers, Texas Capitol from the South Ground, Texas Legislature, 1888
The Texas Capitol is recognized as one of the most distinguished state capitols in the country. It's an excellent example of a late 19th century…
Public Architecture, Texas, Texas Capitol
Henry Bacon (Architect) & Daniel Chester French (Sculptor), The Lincoln Memorial, Washington, D.C., Lincoln Statue Unveiling: 1920.
The Lincoln Memorial was one outcome of the 1901 Senate Park Commission, which sought to reimagine Washington D.C.’s National Mall as a grand display…
Abraham Lincoln, Lincoln, Public Architecture, Washington D.C.
Statue: Frederick Hart, The Three Soldiers, Vietnam Veterans War Memorial, Washington, D.C., US Library of Congress, Statue: 1984.
This heroic bronze statue entitled The Three Soldiers is one of the most visited monuments in Washington, D.C. It is situated in the Vietnam Veterans…
Public Architecture, Soldiers, Vietnam, Washington D.C.
John Plumbe, The White House, 1846, The White House, 1846
This image represents the earliest known photograph of the White House. It was taken by entrepreneurial photographer and gallerist John Plumbe in…
Public Architecture, Washington D.C., White House
Rudulph Evans: Statue;
John Russell Pope: Memorial, Thomas Jefferson Memorial, Washington D.C., US Library of Congress, Statute and Memorial: 1943. Photograph taken in 1983.
The Thomas Jefferson Memorial is a presidential memorial in Washington, D.C. dedicated to Thomas Jefferson, an American Founding Father and the 3rd…
Jefferson, Public Architecture, Thomas Jefferson, Washington D.C.
Edward Sachse & Co., U.S. Patent Office, U.S. Patent Office, 1836
The United States Patent and Trademark Office (PTO or USPTO) is an agency in the United States Department of Commerce that issues patents to inventors…
Patent, Patent Office, Public Architecture, Virginia
National Archives, U.S. Post Office & Courthouse, U.S. Postal Service & Courthouse, 1901
The U.S. Post Office and Courthouse in Charleston, South Carolina, is located on the southwest corner of Meeting and Broad Streets in an area known as…
Courthouse, Historic Places, Post Office, Postal Service, Public Architecture, South Carolina
R.W. Johnston Studios, View of Arch "A" - Oberlin, Ohio, Library of Congress, c 1909
Photograph of the Oberlin College (View of the Arch) "Both the college and the town of Oberlin were founded in 1833 by a pair of Presbyterian…
Ohio, Public Architecture
Beatrice M. Queral, View of the Old Capitol - Tallahassee, Florida, Florida Capitol: My Florida, 1845 originally; 2008 for new building
The Florida State Capitol is located in Tallahassee, Florida. The first capitol was originally built in 1826, but it was never completed. This…
Florida, Florida Capitol, Public Architecture, Tallahassee
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