United States Treasury
The U.S. Treasury is a Neoclassical building constructed from 1836 - 1869 by multiple architects: Robert Mills (East Wing and Central); Ammi B. Young and Alexander H. Bowman (South Wing); Isaiah Rogers (West Wing); and Alfred B. Mullett (North Wing). The building was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1971.
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