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Capitol Visitor Center South Entrance

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Capitol Visitor Center North Entrance

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U.S. Botanic Garden Conservatory Entrance

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Thurgood Marshall Building Entrance

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Thomas Jefferson Building Second Street Entrance

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Thomas Jefferson Building First Street Entrance

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Supreme Court Entrance

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Russell Building Entrance

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Rayburn Building Independence Entrance

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Rayburn Building Entrance

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O'Neill Building Entrance

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Longworth Building Entrance

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Longworth Building C Entrance

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John Adams Building Entrance

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James Madison Building C Entrance

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James Madison Building Entrance

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Hart Building East Entrance

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Hart Building South Entrance

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Ford Building 2nd Entrance

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Ford Building 3rd Entrance

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Dirksen Building Entrance

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Map of the accessible pathways on the Capitol Campus in Washington, D.C.
Capitol South Entrance

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Map of the accessible pathways on the Capitol Campus in Washington, D.C.
Capitol North Entrance

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Map of the accessible pathways on the Capitol Campus in Washington, D.C.
Cannon Building New Jersey Entrance

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Map of the accessible pathways on the Capitol Campus in Washington, D.C.
Cannon Building C Entrance

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Pecan tree near Peace Circle.
Pecan Trees

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U.S. Capitol Grounds Memorial Tree  Quercus alba (White Oak)  Honoring the Vietnam Veterans of Minnesota  planted by Representative Arlen Erdahl  May 11, 1982
Vietnam Veterans of Minnesota Tree

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U.S. Capitol Grounds Commemorative Tree  Quercus Virginiana (Toomer’s Corner Oak Scion)  To Commemorate Auburn University’s Toomer’s Corner Oak  sponsored by Rep. Dennis Ross  May 13, 2011
Toomer's Corner Oak Tree

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U.S. Capitol Grounds Memorial Tree  Acer platanoides ‘emerald queen’ (Norway Maple var. Emerald Queen)  In Memory of Susie Skelton Wife of Rep. Ike Skelton of Missouri  Planted by House Leader Nancy Pelosi  October 20, 2005
Susie Skelton Tree

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State of Massachusetts Tree, Liberty Elm

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Plaque that reads: U.S. Capitol Grounds  Memorial Tree    Quercus alba var. wye  (Wye Oak)   planted by   Senator J. Glenn Beall, Jr.  For State of Maryland   April 5, 1976
State of Maryland Tree

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State of Kansas Tree

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Plaque that reads: U.S. Capitol Grounds Memorial Tree  Liriodendron tulipifera (Yellow poplar)  planted by  Congressman Charles A. Halleck (Ind.)  June 11, 1961
State of Indiana Tree

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U.S. Capitol Grounds Memorial Tree  Cornus florida (Flowering Dogwood)  planted by  Senator Sam Nunn For State of Georgia  March 11, 1983
State of Georgia Tree

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U.S. Capitol Grounds Commemorative Tree  Quercus alba white oak (The Charter Oak)  To Commemorate the State of Connecticut  sponsored by Rep. Gary A. Franks  Dedicated November 17, 1993 Replanted November 2007
State of Connecticut Tree

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Plaque that reads: U.S. Capitol Grounds Memorial Tree   Quercus palustris  (Pin Oak)   To Honor Speaker  Thomas Philip "Tip" O'Neill, Jr.   sponsored by  Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi   November 14, 2012
Speaker Tip O'Neill Tree

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Plaque that reads: U.S. Capitol Grounds Memorial Tree  Acer saccharum (Sugar Maple)  planted by  Mrs. Heather Foley In Honor of Rep. Thomas S. Foley’s Service as Speaker of the House  December 22, 1994
Speaker Thomas Foley Tree

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Plaque that reads: U.S. Capitol Grounds Commemorative Tree  Ulmus procera (English Elm)  To Honor Speaker Joseph W. Martin, Jr.  July 8, 1954
Speaker Joseph Martin Tree

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Plaque that reads: U.S. Capitol Grounds Commemorative Tree  Acer saccharum (Sugar Maple)  To Honor Speaker John W. McCormack  June 11, 1964
Speaker John McCormack Tree

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South Carolina Forestry Association Tree

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Plaque that reads: U.S. Capitol Grounds  Memorial Tree   Hicoria alba  (Carya Tomentosa)  (White Hickory)   In Memory of  Senator Willard Saulsbury  of Delaware   April 8, 1918
Senator Willard Saulsbury Tree

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Plaque that reads: U.S. Capitol Grounds  Memorial Tree   Quercus prinus  Chestnut Oak   In Memory of Senator Thomas P. Gore   April 16, 1949
Senator Thomas P. Gore Tree

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Plaque that reads: U.S. Capitol Grounds  Memorial Tree   Acer rubrum  (Red Maple)   planted by  Senator Leverett Saltonstall (Mass.)   April 28, 1954
Senator Saltonstall Tree

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U.S. Capitol Grounds Commemorative Tree  Juglans nigra (Black Walnut)  To Honor Senator Jack Miller  May 3, 1965
Senator Jack Miller Tree

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Plaque that reads: U.S. Capitol Grounds Memorial Tree  Ulmus americana 'liberty' (Liberty Elm)  planted by NO GREATER LOVE & SEN. JOHN McCAIN  to honor Senator J. Robert Kerrey Medal of Honor Recipient U.S. Navy Seal  April 23, 1999
Senator J. Robert Kerrey Tree

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Plaque that reads: U.S. Capitol Grounds  Memorial Tree   Quercus heterophylla  (Hybrid Oak)   planted by  Senator Jacob H. Gallinger (N.H.)   April 30, 1912
Senator Gallinger Sr. Tree

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U.S. CAPITOL GROUNDS MEMORIAL TREE, QUERCUS RUBRA, RED OAK, TO HONOR THE SERVICE OF SENATOR FRANK LAUTENBERG, Sponsored by Senator Cory A. Booker, May 11, 2017
Senator Frank Lautenberg Tree

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Senator Everett Dirksen Tree

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Plaque that reads: U.S. Capitol Grounds Memorial Tree  Tilia cordata (Littleleaf Linden)  In Memory of  Senator Edward Zorinsky (Nebr.)  July 14, 1987
Senator Edward Zorinsky Tree

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Plaque that reads: U.S. Capitol Grounds  Memorial Tree   Quercus alba  (White Oak)   sponsored by  Sen. Tom Daschle   To Honor Sen. Robert C. Byrd  on His Eightieth Birthday   November 25, 1997
Senator Byrd Tree

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Samuel Thomas Barnes IV Memorial Tree

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Plaque that reads: U.S. Capitol Grounds Memorial Tree  Magnolia grandiflora (Southern Magnolia)  In Commemoration of the Honorable William M. Colmer  December 15, 1980
Representative William Colmer Tree

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Plaque that reads: U.S. Capitol Grounds Memorial Tree  Fraxinus pennsylvanica ‘summit’ (Summit Ash)  Sponsored by Representative Bob Weygand  In Memory of Rep. Walter Capps  May 21, 1998
Representative Walter Capps Tree

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Plaque that reads: U.S. Capitol Grounds Memorial Tree  Quercus palustris (Pin Oak)  To Honor Representative Marlin E. Olmsted (Pa.)  1913
Representative Marlin Olmsted Tree

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Plaque that reads: U.S. Capitol Grounds Memorial Tree  Fagus grandiflora (American Beech)  planted by  Representative Joseph Walsh (Mass.)  April 15, 1920
Representative Joseph Walsh Tree

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Plaque that reads: U.S. Capitol Grounds Memorial Tree  Carya illoinensis (Pecan)  To Honor Rep. James L. Slayden  1918
Representative James Slayden Tree

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Plaque that reads: U.S. Capitol Grounds Memorial Tree  Quercus borealis (Red Oak)  planted by  Representative James R. Mann (Ill.)  May 4, 1912
Representative James Mann Tree

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U.S. Capitol Grounds Memorial Tree  Ulmus americana ‘ded’ (American Elm)  sponsored by  Rep. Vic Fazio To Honor Donnald K. Anderson For Service to the House (1960-95)  June 16, 1998
Donnald Anderson Tree

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Plaque that reads: U.S. Capitol Grounds Memorial Tree  Magnolia virginiana (Sweetbay Magnolia)  Sponsored by Rep. Herbert H. Bateman  To Honor Former Rep. Don Fuqua  September 21, 2000
Representative Don Fuqua Tree

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Plaque that reads: U.S. Capitol Grounds Memorial Tree  Aesculus pavia (Red Buckeye)  sponsored by Rep. David L. Hobson  In Honor of Rep. Clarence J. Brown  June 18, 1997
Representative Clarence Brown Tree

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Plaque that reads: U.S. Capitol Grounds Memorial Tree   Quercus palustrus (Pin Oak)   To Commemorate the  Service to the  U.S. House of Representatives  of the Honorable  Andrew Maguire (1975-1981)   Sponsored by Rep. Donald Payne   Planted on July 14, 2006
Representative Andrew Maguire Tree

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U.S. Capitol Grounds Commemorative Tree  Quercus borealis (Northern Red oak)  Sponsored by Rep. Ralph Regula  To Commemorate the Peoples Choice for a National Tree (Arbor Day 2001)  April 27, 2001
People's Choice for a National Tree

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Paul Pincus Memorial Tree

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U.S. Capitol Grounds Memorial Tree  Cornus florida (Flowering Dogwood)  planted by  1983 Graduating Class of Capitol Page School  June 20, 1983
Page School Class of 1983 Tree

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U.S. Capitol Grounds Memorial Tree   Ilex Opaca  (American Holly)   planted by   1982 Graduation Class  Page School   June 14, 1982
Page School Class of 1982 Tree

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U.S. Capitol Grounds Memorial Tree  Ilex opaca (American Holly)  planted for  25th Anniversary of the  Page School Class of 1957  June 12, 1982
Page School Class of 1957 25th Anniversary Tree

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National Arbor Day Tree

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Mrs. Richard Nixon Tree

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Idaho Federation of Women's Clubs Memorial Tree

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U.S. Capitol Grounds Commemorative Tree  Ulmus americana “Valley Forge” (Valley Forge American Elm)  To Commemorate the Greening of the Capitol Initiative  sponsored by Speaker Nancy Pelosi  April 22, 2008
Greening of the Capitol Initiative Tree

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Greater North Dakota Association Memorial Tree

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U.S. CAPITOL GROUNDS COMMEMORATIVE TREE, ULMUS GLABRA, Scotch Elm, Honoring the Service of George H.W. Bush, Sponsored by Representative Lamar Smith (TX-21), September 26, 2018
George H.W. Bush Tree

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U.S. Capitol Grounds Commemorative Tree   Ulmuse americana (American Elm)  Sponsored by  Rep. French Hill  To Honor the 70 Year Anniversary of the Fulbright Program  Planted on  April 21, 2016
Fulbright 70th Anniversary Tree

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U.S. Capitol Grounds Commemorative Tree  Plantus x acerifolia ‘columbia’ (Columbia London Plane Tree)  To Commemorate the Long- standing Friendship Between the United States of America and France  Sponsored by Sen. Mary Landrieu  April 4, 2007
Friendship Between U.S.A. and France Tree

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U.S. Capitol Grounds Commemorative Tree  Juglans nigra (Black Walnut)  planted by Senator Richard G. Lugar  to honor the Forest Industry of Indiana  April 29, 2005
Forest Industry of Indiana Tree

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U.S. CAPITOL GROUNDS  COMMEMORATIVE TREE   LIRIODENDRON TULIPIFERA  TULIP POPLAR   TO HONOR THE DISTRICT OF  COLUMBIA AND ITS RESIDENTS   Sponsored by  Rep. Eleanor Holmes Norton   May 21, 2018
District of Columbia Tree

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Plaque that reads: U.S. Capitol Grounds Commemorative Tree  Ulmus americana (American Elm)  To Honor the People of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts  Sponsored by Senators Edward Kennedy and John Kerry and Representatives Michael Capuano, William Delahunt, Barney Frank, Stephen Lynch, Edward Markey, James McGovern, Richard Neal, John Olver, John Tierney, and Niki Tsongas  Planted on April 30, 2008
People of Massachusetts Tree

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U.S. Capitol Grounds Commemorative Tree  Tilia cordata ‘greenspire’ (Greenspire Linden)  In recognition of JAMES DAVID FORD Chaplain Emeritus U.S. House of Representatives 1979 - 2000  Sponsored by Speaker J. Dennis Hastert planted on August 10, 2001
Chaplain James Ford Tree

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U.S. Capitol Grounds Memorial Tree  Ulmus americana ‘valley forge’ (Valley Forge American Elm)  To Commemorate the Service of the United States Capitol Police  Sponsored by Terrance W. Gainer, Senate Sergeant at Arms  September 24, 2008
Capitol Police Tree

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U.S. Capitol Grounds Commemorative Tree  Magnolia x soulangiana (Saucer magnolia)  sponsored by The Potomac Area Council of Camp Fire Girls  In Honor of Founder’s Day  March 17, 1965
Camp Fire Girls Tree

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U.S. Capitol Grounds Memorial Tree  Acer saccharinum blairi (Blair Maple)  In Commemoration of the Centennial of Blair, Nebraska  sponsored by Representative Glenn Cunningham  May 1, 1969
Blair Centennial Tree

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U.S. Capitol Grounds Commemorative Tree  Acer saccharum (Sugar Maple)  sponsored by Rep. Frank R. Wolf  To Honor Contributions and Achievements of Asian Americans to American Business, Culture and Society  May 25, 2010
Asian American Achievements Tree

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U.S. Capitol Grounds Memorial Tree  Ginko biloba (Maidenhair Tree)  planted by Arbor Lodge Association of Nebraska City, Nebr.  sponsored by Senator Carl E. Curtis April 16, 1967
Arbor Lodge Association of Nebraska City Tree

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U.S. Capitol Grounds Commemorative Tree  Acer x freemanii ‘marmo’ (Marmo Maple)  sponsored by Rep. J. Dennis Hastert  To Commemorate the 200th Anniversary of the 1st Meeting of Congress in Washington  November 15, 2000
200th Anniversary of Congress in Washington Tree

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U.S. CAPITOL GROUNDS  COMMEMORATIVE TREE  QUERCUS PETRAEA (IRISH OAK – DAIR ÉIREANNACH)  SPONSORED BY THE 1916 EASTER RISING CENTENNIAL CAUCUS  TO HONOR THE 100th ANNIVERSARY OF IRELAND’S 1916 EASTER RISING  Planted on May 18, 2016
100th Anniversary of Ireland's 1916 Easter Rising Tree

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U.S. Capitol Grounds Commemorative Tree  Prunus ‘first lady’ (‘First Lady’ Flowering Cherry)  To Commemorate the 150th Anniversary of U.S. - Japanese Relations (The Treaty of Kanegawa)  Sponsored by Speaker Dennis Hastert  Planted on March 31, 2004
Japanese Relations Cherry Tree

Cherry Blossom

Capitol Square SW Cherry Trees

Cherry Blossom

Lower Senate Fountain Cherry Trees

Cherry Blossom

East Capitol NE Cherry Trees

Cherry Blossom

Supreme Court Building Cherry Trees

Cherry Blossom

Russell Building Cherry Trees

Cherry Blossom

Hart Building Cherry Trees

Cherry Blossom

Lower Senate Park Cherry Trees

Cherry Blossom

Capitol Square NW Cherry Trees

Cherry Blossom

Taft Memorial Cherry Trees

Cherry Blossom

Rayburn Horseshoe Cherry Trees

Cherry Blossom

Ford Building Cherry Trees

Cherry Blossom

House Garage Fountain Cherry Trees

Cherry Blossom

U.S. Capitol Grounds Commemorative Tree  Koelreuteria paniculata (Golden Rain Tree)  To Honor Nobel Peace Laureate Wangari Maathai of Kenya  Sponsored by REP. BARBARA LEE  Planted on May 11, 2005
Wangari Maathai Tree

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Plaque that reads: U.S. Capitol Grounds Memorial Tree  Quercus borealis (Red Oak)  planted by  Speaker Joseph G. Cannon (Ill.)  1913
Speaker Joe Cannon Tree

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U.S. Capitol Grounds Commemorative Tree  Quercus alba white oak (The Charter Oak)  On Behalf of the People of Connecticut The Charter Oak  sponsored by Sen. Christopher Dodd  Planted on September 12, 2007
People of Connecticut Tree

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U.S. Capitol Grounds Commemorative Tree. Liriodendron tulipfera (Tulip Tree). Sponsored by: Senator Charles C. McMathias. To Honor the Maryland Liberty Tree Seedling. Planted on March 27, 1978. Replanted on December 4, 2001.
Liberty Tree

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Lady Bird Johnson Tree

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U.S. Capitol Grounds Memorial Tree  To Honor 100th Anniversary of J. Sterling Morton, Founder of Arbor Day; And the Bicentennial of George Washington  Juglans Nigra (Eastern Black Walnut)  April 22, 1932
Arbor Day Founder Tree

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Sullivan Brothers Memorial Trees

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Anne Frank Tree

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Plaque that reads: U.S. Capitol Grounds Memorial Tree  Quercus rubra (Red Oak)  In Memory of Rep. John ‘Jack’ Patrick Murtha  sponsored by Rep. Robert Brady  Planted on June 16, 2011
Representative Jack Murtha Tree

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U.S. Capitol Grounds Commemorative Tree  Quercus bicolor (Swamp White Oak)  To Commemorate the Tenth Anniversary of the September 11, 2001, Terrorist Attacks  sponsored by Rep. Jerrold Nadler  September 13, 2011
9/11 Anniversary Tree

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Chief Sequoyah Tree

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U.S. Capitol Grounds Memorial Tree  Ulmus americana ‘Valley Forge’ (Valley Forge American Elm)  To Honor the Service and Sacrifice of Officer Jacob J. Chestnut and Detective John M. Gibson of the U.S. Capitol Police -End of Watch- July 24, 1998
U.S. Capitol Police End of Watch Tree

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Emmett Till Memorial Tree

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Wide angle view of U.S. Capitol Building
U.S. Capitol Building

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Ulysses S. Grant Memorial
Ulysses S. Grant Memorial

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Senate Fountain

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Robert A. Taft Memorial and Carillon

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Peace Monument
Peace Monument

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Court of Neptune

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Garfield Monument
Garfield Monument

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Capitol Visitor Center

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Summerhouse

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Capitol Reflecting Pool

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Walkway in National Garden
National Garden

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Entrance to the Conservatory at the Botanic Gardens
Botanic Garden Conservatory

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Fountain at the Botanic Gardens
Bartholdi Park and Fountain

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Thurgood Marshall Federal Judiciary Building

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The United States Supreme Court Building in Washington, D.C.
Supreme Court Building

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Russell Senate Office Building

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The Hart Senate Office Building
Hart Senate Office Building

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Dirksen Senate Office Building

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Thomas Jefferson Building

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John Adams Building

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James Madison Memorial Building

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Rayburn House Office Building

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The Thomas P. O'Neill Jr. House Office Building.
O'Neill House Office Building

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Longworth House Office Building

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Cannon House Office Building

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Fountain and landscaping with a view of the Capitol Power Plant from a distance.
Capitol Power Plant

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Ford House Office Building

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The John Adams Building in Washington, D.C.
John Adams Building Garage Repair

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The U.S. Capitol dome model in Exhibition Hall of the U.S. Capitol Visitor Center.
Exhibition Hall Renovations

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The Senate Fountain consists of three components.
Senate Underground Garage and Landscape Restoration

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A saw-cutting machine was used to remove slabs of concrete so that new concrete and steel reinforcement could replace it.
Rayburn Garage Interior Rehabilitation

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Russell Exterior restoration
Russell Exterior Envelope Project

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Capitol Exterior Preservation - Stone and Metal

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Construction work continues in the Cannon Building's west wing.
Cannon Renewal

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