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Photograph, Administration Building, USDA History Collection

The United States Department of Agriculture Administration Building, completed 1930. This photograph taken about 1934. The building is now known as the Jamie L. Whitten Federal Building.

USDA Administration Building.
Series VII.1, Photographs, Box 7.1/1, file "from I.1--IX F. USDA Buildings File, Administration Building with central portion." USDA History Collection, Special Collections, National Agricultural Library.

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