5 Vintage Postcards - Pan American Union Building, Washington DC

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Set of 5 black and white postcards from the Pan Americana Union Building in Washington DC.

The Pan American Union Building is the headquarters for the Organization of American States. It is located at 17th Street N.W. between C Street N.W. and Constitution Avenue, Northwest, Washington, D.C.

The cornerstone was laid on May 11, 1908, by Theodore Roosevelt, Elihu Root, and Andrew Carnegie, and the building was dedicated on April 26, 1910.

In 1919, the initial meeting of the International Labor Organization was held in the building, and in 1921, the Washington Naval Conference was held there.

Postcards include:
+ Front View, Pan American Building
+ Aztec Garden and Annex
+ Governing Board Room
+ Hall of the Americas
+ Gallery of Flags and Heroes



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