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The Capitol in '54, Washington, D.C..

The Capitol in '59, Washington, D.C..

The Capitol in '54, Washington, D.C..

The Capitol in '59, Washington, D.C..

The Bartholdi Fountain and Capitol, Washington, D.C.

Bird's Eye view of the Capitol, &c from the Post Office.

Bird's Eye view of the Capitol, &c from the Post Office.

The Garfield Monument, Washington, D.C.

[Perry's Victory in U.S. Capitol, Washington, D.C.]

The U.S. Capitol.

U.S. Capitol.

State Capitol, Hartford. (East front.)

Fountain, West Front of the Capitol.

Cong. Library.

State Capitol, Madison, Wisconsin.

Statue of 'Civilization' in U.S. Capitol.

Marble Room, U.S. Capitol.

The U.S. Capitol.

U.S. Capitol.

The U.S. Capitol.

[Senate Chamber in U.S. Capitol, Washington, D.C.]

Capitol, Washington, D.C.

The Capitol.

United States Capitol, Washington, D.C.

United States Capitol, Washington, D.C.

The U.S. Capitol.

The U.S. Capitol.

House of Representatives, U.S. Capitol.

Statuary in U.S. Capitol.

[Iowa State Capitol Building.]

Marble Room, in the U.S. Capitol.

Senate Corridor, in U.S. Capitol.

Congressional Library in the U.S. Capitol.

[West view of U.S. Capitol.]

[A group posed in front of "The Capitol" at Silver Creek.]

Omaha, towards Capitol Hill.

State Street and Capitol.

[Capitol building, Albany, N.Y.]

The old Capitol.

New State Capitol, Albany, N.Y.

New State Capitol, Albany, N.Y.

Capitol. [Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.]

[The state capitol.]

New Capitol.

The Capitol of Montgomery, Alabama.

The Capitol of Montgomery, Alabama.

The Capitol at Raleigh, from the south.

The Capitol at Raleigh, from the south.

New State Capitol, Albany, N.Y. North-east view.

National Capitol, from the East, Wash[ington], D.C.

The Capitol at Washington.

U.S. Capitol, Washington, D.C.

[Senate Wing, Washington.]

[View of the U.S. Capitol, with Tiber Creek in the foreground.]

Leadville, from Capitol Hill.

The U.S. Capitol, Washington, D.C.

Hall, U.S. Capitol, Washington, D.C.

Hall, U.S. Capitol, Washington, D.C.

Civilization Statue, Washington, D.C.

Birds Eye view from Capitol, Washington, D.C.

U.S. Capitol, North-east view, Washington, D.C.

Senate Front, Washington.

Statue of Columbus.

Statue of 'Civilization' by [Horatio] Greenough, Washington.

Statue of 'Civilization' by [Horatio] Greenough, Washington.

Capitol. West Front, from Botanic Gardens.

Capitol. West Front, from Botanic Gardens.

Monument of Peace.

Naval Monument.

Naval Monument.

State Capitol.

Statuary Hall. The Old Hall of Representatives. Vermont's contribution, Col. Ethan Allen by Lukin G. Mead.

The State Capitol.

The Capitol, Richmond, Va.

The Capitol, Richmond, Va.

Group of Commerce in [Constantino's] Brumidi's Allegorical painting in dome of the Capitol.

Surrender of General Burgoyne at Saratoga, N.Y.

Surrender of General Burgoyne at Saratoga, N.Y.

State Capitol Hartford.

State Capitol Hartford.

State Capitol, Hartford.

State Capitol, Hartford.

Senate Corridor, U.S. Capitol.

State Capitol, Hartford. (North-east view.)

Dome, U.S. Capitol, looking up. [At Constantino Brumidi's allegorical painting.]

Allegorical painting [by Constantino Brumidi], Dome, U.S. Capitol.

Dome of U.S. Capitol [with allegorical painting by Constantino Brumidi.]

State Capitol, Hartford, Conn.

State Capitol, Hartford.

Capitol, Vermont.

Hall of Representatives.

State Capitol, Hartford. (First floor.)

State Capitol, Hartford. (Interior dome)

State Capitol, Hartford. (South corridor)

State Capitol, Hartford. (Main stairway.)

State Capitol, Hartford. [Interior, balconies]

[Interior view of the Representatives Hall, Capitol, Montpelier, Vt.]

[Interior view of the Representatives Hall, Capitol, Montpelier, Vt.]

Corridor of Capitol, Washington, D.C.

[U.S. Capitol. East Front.]

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