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Cool Tools: Capitol Materials Cart

By Erin Courtney

The cart's trays allow U.S. Capitol visitors to see and touch elements of the building often out of reach or hidden to an untrained eye.

The Capitol Materials Cart being shown to visitors in Emancipation Hall.
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