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A Cascade of Books by Frank Eliscu (1912–1996) is a bronze sculptural screen that rises five stories above the main entrance to the James Madison Memorial Building of the Library of Congress. Measuring approximately 50 feet high by 35 feet wide, it consists of 98 open books, with some as large as five feet wide.
A Cascade of Books by Frank Eliscu (1912–1996) is a bronze sculptural screen...

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View of the U.S. Capitol Building from above at dusk
In order to ensure the safety of visitors and staff and to preserve the...

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Photo of Stephen T. Ayers, FAIA, LEED AP, Architect of the Capitol in front of the Capitol Building
On February 24, 2010, President Barack Obama nominated Mr. Ayers to serve as...

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War of 1812
The War of 1812 Tour: Three Points of View Weekdays at 11 a.m. – Join a...
The Capitol Christmas Tree has been a tradition at the U.S. Capitol since 1964.
The U.S. Capitol Dome is undergoing a multi-year restoration.
AOC masons give much needed repair to the Olmsted Terrace walls around the Capitol Building.
Caring for the iconic landmarks, buildings and grounds of Capitol Hill.
AOC staff working at the Capitol Christmas Tree arrival.
Scaffolding reaches the Statue of Freedom
AOC Masons Place End Cap on Olmsted Terrace Wall
Decorative Painters in the Old Senate Chamber
AOC staff working at the Capitol Christmas Tree arrival.
The Capitol Christmas Tree has been a tradition at the U.S. Capitol since 1964.
Scaffolding reaches the Statue of Freedom
The U.S. Capitol Dome is undergoing a multi-year restoration.
AOC Masons Place End Cap on Olmsted Terrace Wall
AOC masons give much needed repair to the Olmsted Terrace walls around the Capitol Building.
Decorative Painters in the Old Senate Chamber
Caring for the iconic landmarks, buildings and grounds of Capitol Hill.
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