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State capitol, Lincoln, Nebraska

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Historic Nebraska, Omaha Photograph State capitol, Lincoln, Nebraska 1938

The United States Capitol Building: The History and Legacy of the Seat of Congress

 (The United States Capitol Building: The History and Legacy of the Seat of)
*Includes pictures*Includes accounts of the Capitol's construction and history written in the 19th century*Includes a bibliography for further reading*Includes a table of contents“The cornerstone was laid by Washington in 1793; the terrace was finished nearly a hundred years later, in 1891; and yet the Capitol will never be complete while the nation lasts. The impress of each succeeding generation will be found upon its walls, marking the intellectual, artistic and governmental advancement of the age. The great pile is national, American, human. On its walls is written the nation's history. Its corridors resound to the footsteps of her living heroes and sages; its every stone echoes the departed voices of her greatest dead.” – George HazeltonFor over two centuries, the capital of America has been located in Washington, D.C., and among all the iconic landmarks and monuments associated with the city, nothing is as conspicuous as the Capitol, the magnificent building that houses Congress and sits on Capitol Hill at the epicenter of the city. At the same time, even though the Capitol is now one of the most recognizable buildings in the world, the image everyone is familiar with took decades to achieve, and its grand scope belies its rather chaotic history. In fact, the Capitol ...

LEGO Architecture 21030 United States Capitol Building Kit (1032 Piece)

 (LEGO Architecture 21030 United States Capitol Building Kit (1032)
Build a LEGO brick model of one of the world's most architecturally impressive and symbolically important structures. Located in Washington DC, the United States Capitol is a magnificent example of neoclassical architecture covering more than 1.5 million square feet and with over 600 rooms and miles of corridors. The building that we see today is the result of several major periods of construction that have taken place since president George Washington first laid the cornerstone on September 18, 1793. With over 1,000 building blocks, this meticulously detailed LEGO Architecture interpretation of the U.S. Capitol focuses on the structure's striking white, columned facade with its famous steps and lawns, and features a removable dome for access to a detailed interior depicting the famous National Statuary Hall, complete with columns, statues and tiled floor.

America's Treasures - Symbols of Liberty

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State Capitol Lincoln NE postcard 1907

 (State Capitol Lincoln NE postcard)
Stamped & mailed. Lower right corner a little scuffed. Stamp peeled off. As described, with defects exceeding normal wear noted; none noted = none present.

A Harmony of the Arts: The Nebraska State Capitol (Great Plains Photography)

 (A Harmony of the Arts: The Nebraska State Capitol (Great Plains)
Since its completion in 1932, the Nebraska State Capitol has been widely recognized as an architectural masterpiece, one that justifiably inspires pride in the citizens of the state and admiration in people everywhere. Rising four hundred feet from a massive two-story base, domed with gold-glazed tile and topped with a bronze statue of a pioneer sower of grain, it can be seen for miles on the plains. This most striking of statehouses, designed by Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue in 1920 and under construction for a decade, successfully embodies the union of art, architecture, and humanism. A Harmony of the Arts: The Nebraska State Capitol surveys in words and pictures the architectural achievement and the artists responsible for it. Frederick C. Luebke introduces the book with a history of the capitals and capitols of Nebraska. H. Keith Sawyers writes about Goodhue’s architectural vision, which was carried out by other artists after his death. David Murphy examines the contribution of Hartley Burr Alexander, the philosopher and anthropologist who developed the symbological details of Goodhue’s vision and invested the building’s many inscriptions with poetic elegance. Dale L. Gibbs considers Lee Lawrie’s sculpture, remarkably congruent with the general design. Joan Woodside and ...

3dRose Danita Delimont - Walter Bibikow - Buildings - USA, Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska State Capitol interior - 15oz Two-Tone Blue Mug (mug_192126_11)

 (3dRose Danita Delimont - Walter Bibikow - Buildings - USA, Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska State Capitol interior - 15oz Two-Tone Blue Mug)
USA, Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska State Capitol interior Mug is available in both 11 oz and 15 oz. Why drink out of an ordinary mug when a custom printed mug is so much cooler? This ceramic mug is lead free, microwave safe and FDA approved. Image is printed on both sides. Hand washing is recommended.

Barewalls Lincoln, Nebraska - State Capitol Building Paper Print Wall Art (12 in. x 18 in.)

 (Barewalls Lincoln, Nebraska - State Capitol Building Paper Print Wall Art (12 in. x 18)
Paper Print Wall Art of Lincoln, Nebraska - State Capitol Building. Art Prints are produced on professional-grade paper using high-end equipment to yield a gallery-quality product with stunning vibrancy. Image keywords: Power, USA, Lincoln, Nebraska, State, Capitol, Building, Exterior, Built, Structure, Architecture, Classical, Style, Government, Dome, Facade, Famous, Place, Blue, Sky, tree, fine art prints, photo print, poster, posters, mural photos, home decor prints, room art paintings, interior decoration, canvas picture, pictures

1889 Lincoln Nebraska, Bird's Eye Map Lincoln, Neb, State Capitol of Nebraska,- 16" x 24" Map - Frame Ready

 (1889 Lincoln Nebraska, Bird's Eye Map Lincoln, Neb, State Capitol of Nebraska,- 16
1889 map Lincoln, Neb., State capitol of Nebraska, county seat of Lancaster Co. 1889.

State Capitol Tower, Lincoln, Nebraska Framed Print Wall Art

Lincoln State Capitol (State Capitol Tower, Lincoln, Nebraska Framed Print Wall)

President Abraham Lincoln delivering second inaugural address in front of the United States Capitol, March 4, 1865 18x24 Double Matted Gold Ornate Framed Art Print

Lincoln State Capitol (President Abraham Lincoln delivering second inaugural address in front of the United States Capitol, March 4, 1865 18x24 Double Matted Gold Ornate Framed Art)

State Capitol Tower, Lincoln, Nebraska Print Wall Art

Lincoln State Capitol (State Capitol Tower, Lincoln, Nebraska Print Wall)
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