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The Hon. E.H. Rollins, chairman of the Joint Committee of Congress on Public Buildings and Grounds : Sir: illustrations are here presented for the more convenient consideration by your committee of the plan of an architectural terrace, designed to supersede the present earth-work covering the unfinished base of the Capitol . by Olmsted, Frederick Law, 1822-1903
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Report of the Architect of the United States Capitol to the Secretary of the Interior by United States. Architect of the Capitol
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  26 1 ???? ????
The national capitol : a chapter from the guidebook "Washington: city & capital"
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  2 1 ???? ????
Annual report of the Superintendent of the United States Capitol Building and Grounds to the Secretary of the Interior for the fiscal year ended June 30 by United States. Superintendent of Capitol Buildings and Grounds
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United States Senate : ... Congress
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  19 4 ???? ????
Our Capitol by Leavitt, John McDowell, 1824-1909
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Improvements in lighting and ventilating the United States Capitol, as proposed by Chas. F. Jacobson, of New York by Jacobson, Chas. F
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  1 1 ???? ????
Accountability report by United States. Architect of the Capitol
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On the hill
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United States Capitol
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Message from the President of the United States : accompanying a memorial of the commissioners appointed by virtue of the act for establishing the temporary and permanent seat of government of the United States by United States. President (1789-1797 : Washington)
DDC
  1 1 1796 1796
Alexander White, one of the commissioners appointed by the president of the United States, by virtue of an act, intituled, "An act to establish the temporary and permanent seat of the government of the United States," respectfully states to the committee, to whom the memorial of the said commissioners, and the president's message respecting the same, were referred: . by United States. Commissioners of the City of Washington
LCC
  45 6 1796 1798
Letter from the Commissioners of the City of Washington, to the president of the United States : with an account of the present state of the public buildings in that city. : Accompanying a message from the president of the United States, received the 5th December, 1799. : Published by order of the House of Representatives by United States. Commissioners of the City of Washington
LCC
  132 10 1799 1799
Letter from the Commissioners of the City of Washington, to the President of the United States, with an account of the present sate of the public buildings in that city by United States. Commissioners of the City of Washington
LCC
  4 1 1799 1799
Report of the joint committee appointed to consider what further measures ought to be taken for the accommodation of the President of the United States : and to whom was referred the message from the President of the United States concerning the disposition of the property of the United States, in his possession : February 27, 1801, committed to a committee of the whole House, to-morrow by United States. Congress. House
LCC
  121 6 1801 1801
Report of the committee to whom was referred on the 22d ultimo, the message from the President of the United States, communicating a report of the Surveyor of the Public Buildings at the city of Washington by United States. Congress. House
LCC
  121 7 1804 1804
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a report of the Surveyor of the Public Buildings at the city of Washington : 22d February, 1804, read, and ordered to be referred . by United States. Surveyor of the Public Buildings
LCC
  119 5 1804 1804
Letter from the Surveyor of the Public Buildings at the city of Washington : to the chairman of the committee appointed the seventeenth ultimo, on a message from the President of the United States on the subject of said buildings . by United States. Surveyor of the Public Buildings
LCC
  117 4 1805 1805
Calculations for ascertaining the latitude north of the equator : and the longitude west of Greenwich observatory, in England, of the Capitol, at the city of Washington, in the United States of America by Lambert, Wm. (William), 1772-1824
LCC
  117 7 1805 1805
For the consideration of Congress
LCC
  2 1 1806 1806
For the consideration of Congress by Citizen, 1716-1778
LCC
  124 8 1806 1806
Message from the President of the United States, communicating a report of the surveyor of the public buildings at the city of Washington, on the subject of the said buildings : December 15, 1806. Read, and ordered to lie on the table by United States. Surveyor of the Public Buildings
LCC
  6 1 1806 1806
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting accounts "stating the several sums which have been expended on the Capitol, the President's house, the public offices, the navy yard, and the marine barracks, respectively, and the amount expended on other objects of public expense within the city of Washington, prepared in obedience to a resolution of this house of the fifteenth instant : December 23, 1806. Read, and ordered to lie on the table by United States. President (1801-1809 : Jefferson)
LCC
  5 1 1806 1806
Mr. Bayard, from the committee to whom was referred the bill entitled An Act Making Appropriations for Finishing the South Wing of the Capitol ... reported the following amendment . by United States. Congress. Senate
LCC
  116 5 1807 1807
Crito's letters to the electors of the United States, on the commercial representation and the seat of government by Crito
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  130 10 1807 1807
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