District of Columbia Architectural collection:
An Inventory of Drawings1936, 1974, 1993, undated
Biographical and Administrative History of Architects and Firms represented in the District of Columbia Architectural Collection
See archival staff for available biographical and administrative information for the architects and firms represented in this collection.
The District of Columbia Architectural collection consists of 2 drawings of the Federal Bank; 17 drawings of the National Gallery of Art, John Russell Pope, architect; 21 drawings of the National Archives building, Louis A. Simon, supervising architect; and 1 drawing of the West Front and Towers of Washington Cathedral, Vaughan & Bodley, Frohman, Robb & Little, architects; Howard B. Trevillian, supervising architect; and 6 drawings of the Lincoln Memorial.
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Detailed Description of the Collection
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