Stock Photos of the Eisenhower Old Executive Office Building & Treasury Building

  • My stock photography page for the Eisenhower Old Executive Office Building & Treasury Building in Washington DC.

 

  • Please take a look at my photograph gallery below.

My Stock Photos are now available to view and up for sale on Adobe Stock

  • Including striking images of the Greek Revival architecture of the Treasury Building and French Second Empire facade of the Dwight D. Eisenhower Old Executive Office Building.

 

  • If you would like to see my photographs at hi-resolution and or/are interested in purchasing a photograph/s please visit my photography portfolio at Adobe Stock by clicking on the link provided : Liberty Photo Art Adobe Stock Portfolio

Stock Photography

My stock images are now available to view and up for sale on Adobe Stock.

Please take a look at my photography portfolio on Adobe Stock by clicking the link provided below :

 

 

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Liberty Photo Art Adobe Stock Portfolio

A brief history of the Executive Office Building & Treasury Building to accompany my Stock Photos

 

 

  • The area surrounding the White House is filled with grand architecture & political history and open green spaces such as the Ellipse lawn which gives great vistas and perspective to Washington DC, this includes;

 

  • The Dwight D. Eisenhower Old Executive Office Building was formerly known as the Old Executive Office Building and is located to the west side of the White House.

 

  • It was previously home to the War, Navy & State Departments.

 

  • The building was designed by Alfred B. Mullett in the French Second Empire style and completed in 1888.

 

  • Today the building houses government agencies comprising of the Executive Office of the President, including the Office of the Vice President, the Office of Management and Budget & the National Security Council.

 

Treasury Building

 

  • The Treasury Building home to the Department of the Treasury is a colossal, four-story Greek Revival building located to the east of the White House.

 

  • The building was designed by prominent architect Robert Mills with a striking sandstone and granite edifice which many believe to be the most impressive structure in Washington, the building took a monumental 33 years to complete opening in 1869.

 

  • A statue of the First Secretary of the Treasury, Alexander Hamilton stands prominently outside the front of the southern entrance.
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