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Washington Monument by Garin, Ellen
DDC
  1 1 ???? ????
The Washington monument. Its origin, progress and completion
DDC
  1 1 ???? ????
Improvement and care of public buildings and grounds : care and maintenance of the Washington monument and of the Lincoln memorial, and erection of monuments, memorials, etc by United States. Office of Public Buildings and Grounds
LCC
  1 1 ???? ????
A tribute to the Washington monument by Brown, Glenn, 1854-1932
DDC
  1 1 ???? ????
United States by Rapkin, J.
LCC
  46 13 1835 2001
Constitution fo the Washington national monument society by Washington National Monument Society
LCC
  145 5 1835 2010
Washington Monumental Society : (to accompany bill H.R. No. 487) : March 24, 1836 by United States. Congress. House. Committee on the District of Columbia
LCC
  3 2 1836 1836
An address of the Board of Managers of the Washington National Monument Society : with a statement of the receipts and expenditures by Washington National Monument Society
LCC
  91 5 1838 1838
Sir, the undersigned, a committee of the Board of Managers of the Washington National Monument Society, respectfully address you : in the confidence which they are sure you will not consider presumptuous, of your ability and readiness to promote an object that has for some time engaged the strenuous exertions of the Society by Washington National Monument Society
LCC
  75 4 1839 1839
Address by Custis, George Washington Parke, 1781-1857
LCC
  1 1 1839 1839
National monument : <to accompany joint resolution no. 23> by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds
LCC
  3 2 1844 1844
Monument square : (to accompany joint resolution H.R. No. 33) : May 25, 1844, laid upon the table, and ordered to be printed by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds
LCC
  2 2 1844 1844
The Washington monument : Shall it be built? An address to the citizens of New York by Lyon, Isaac S., 1807-1881
LCC
  112 8 1846 2016
Washington monument monograph : as designed by Henry R. Searle, architect by Searle, Henry R. (Henry Robinson)
LCC
  15 3 1847 1847
[Subscription book for the national Washington Monument]
LCC
  1 1 1847 1847
Oration pronounced by the Honorable Robert C. Winthrop : Speaker of the House of Representatives of the United States, on the Fourth of July, 1848, on the occasion of laying the corner-stone of the national monument to the memory of Washington by Winthrop, Robert C. (Robert Charles), 1809-1894
DDC/LCC
  27 3 1848 1848
Oration pronounced by the Honorable Robert C. Winthrop, Speaker of the House of Representatives of the United States, on the Fourth of July, 1848 : on the occasion of laying the corner-stone of the national monument to the memory of Washington ; with an introduction and an appendix by Winthrop, Robert C. (Robert Charles), 1809-1894
DDC/LCC
  106 10 1848 2016
Description of J. Frazee's design for the Washington Monument : in four large drawings, now exhibiting at the Art-Union, 497 Broadway by Frazee, John, 1790-1852
LCC
  128 3 1848 1848
Oration pronounced by the Hon. Robert C. Winthrop, Speaker of the House of Representatives of the United States, on the Fourth of July, 1848 : on the occasion of laying the corner-stone of the national monument to the memory of Washington by Winthrop, Robert C. (Robert Charles), 1809-1894
LCC
  5 3 1848 1848
The pope's stratagem "Rome to America!" : an address to the Protestants of the United States against placing the Pope's block of marble in the Washington Monument, containing also important suggestions to both the Roman Catholic and Protestant churches in our country relative to the monument by Weishampel, John F.
LCC
  103 8 1852 1852
Documents by Virginia. General Assembly. House of Delegates
LCC
  1 1 1852 1852
The national monument to Washington is still unfinished : Let every son and daughter of Massachusetts cast in their mite for its completion. . by Washington National Monument Society
LCC
  10 2 1853 1853
Monument to Washington : To the people of Massachusetts. The undersigned take the liberty to appeal to you in behalf of an object which cannot fail to be deeply interesting to every true American heart. . by Washington National Monument Society
LCC
  12 3 1853 1853
Boston, Feb. 12, 1853 : To the editors of newspapers in Massachusetts. Gentlemen, --I am requested by the committee, whose names are appended to the following address, to express their desire and hope that you will find a place for it in your columns on or before the approaching 22d of February. . by Washington National Monument Society
LCC
  8 3 1853 1853
The Fourth of July and the Washington National Monument : Americans, the anniversary of the glorious fourth is at hand. No better mode of celebrating that anniversary ... can be adopted than a liberal response to the appeal recently made to you by the Board of Managers [of the Washington National Monument Society], and a copy of which is hereto annexed. . by Washington National Monument Society
LCC
  10 3 1854 1854
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