United States Court of Military Appeals (building)

United States Court of Military Appeals (building) The building of the United States Court of Military Appeals, formerly known as the District of Columbia Court of Appeals, is a historic building located at 450 E St., Northwest, Washington, D.C..

It is regarded as "a particularly fine and remarkably early example of revived (20th century) Greek Revival architecture."HistoryThe building was completed in 1910. It served as the D.C. Court of Appeals until 1952, when the U.S. Court of Military Appeals took it over. It was designed by the Architect of the Capitol, Elliott Woods, to be compatible with the Washington City Hall (1820), designed by

It is regarded as "a particularly fine and remarkably early example of revived (20th century) Greek Revival architecture."HistoryThe building was completed in 1910. It served as the D.C. Court of Appeals until 1952, when the U.S. Court of Military Appeals took it over. It was designed by the Architect of the Capitol, Elliott Woods, to be compatible with the Washington City Hall (1820), designed by

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