Russell Senate Office Building, 1909-2009


Subject:
Architecture , Architecture by Place , Federal (U.S.) Government , Building & Construction , Congress , Washington, D.C.

Description:
History of the Senate Office Building, which "officially opened on Friday, March 5, 1909, one day after the presidential inauguration of William Howard Taft," and which was named in 1972 after Senator Richard B. Russell. An illustrated presentation covers the origins of and inspirations for the building, construction timeline and themes, the building's Caucus Room, and changes to and growth of the building. From the United States Senate.

Publisher:
United States Senate

Language:
English

Source:
http://www.senate.gov/RSOB/


PID= res:lii-28329