Current and Proposed Security Relating to the U.S. Capitol Building and Grounds: Master Plan for the U.S. Capitol Grounds and Related Areas : Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Public Buildings and Grounds of the Committee on Public Works and Transportation, House of Representatives, Ninety-eighth Congress, First Session, November 15, 1983

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Page 42 - Mr. Chairman, that concludes my remarks. I would be happy to answer any questions.
Page 67 - One of the witnesses before the Subcommittee on Public Buildings and Grounds of the House Committee on Public Works...
Page 43 - FAIA ct of the Capitol MASTER PLAN FOR FUTURE DEVELOPMENT OF THE CAPITOL GROUNDS AND RELATED AREAS...
Page 62 - We will keep the record open for additional statements. Thank you all very much. [Whereupon, at 12:55 pm, the subcommittee adjourned subject to the call of the Chair...
Page 20 - To this end, hereafter when application is made for permit for the erection or alteration of any building, any portion of which is to front or abut upon the grounds of the Capitol, the grounds of the White House, the portion of Pennsylvania Avenue extending from the Capitol to the White House...
Page 7 - I assumed that when you came up here with a statement as to carrying out those objectives, that you were going to testify respecting the objectives, but I will reserve my questions on that. I have no further questions at this time, Mr. Chairman. Mr.
Page 35 - I am going to have to go vote. I will be back as soon as this rollcall is finished and then we will proceed.
Page 45 - ... Master Plan for the Future Development of the Capitol Grounds and Related Areas. Submitted to the Congress in 1981, this plan presented recommendations for the use of the areas under the Architect's jurisdiction. Rather than prescribing development, the Master Plan followed the precept of the 1902 McMillan Plan: "If Congress needs new buildings, here is where they should be.

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