Executive Office Building: General Services Administration Historical Study No. 3
Washington, DC: U. S. Government Printing Office, 1970. Revised. Wraps. iv, 100 p. Includes: illustrations, diagrams. Title from cover. These General Services Administration Historical Studies are an essential step in understanding the need to preserve Federal buildings that enrich the Nation's heritage. The collection of adequate and authentic historical data is an assurance that the building of true worth will be preserved. These studies are chiefly concerned with buildings under the management of the General Services Administration and are primarily for guidance in preserving the Nation's best in public buildings. As the documented data may serve other purposes, the studies were published for the information of other Federal agencies and the public. Condition: Good. No dust jacket as issued. Small portion of front cover at top corner cut away. Cover has some wear and soiling.
Keywords: Executive Office Building; Washington, District of Columbia; RObert Mills; Thomas Ustick Walter; Alfred Mullett; Montgomery Meigs; Ammi Young; William Marcy; Bancroft Davis; Hamilton Fish; Orville Babcock; Ezdorf; Thomas Casey; Frelinghuysen; William