Design For Democracy :  200 Years of Drawings from the National Archives
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Los Angeles, California, Court House Ceiling Designs  
"Los Angeles Cal. Court House Ceiling Entrance Lobby, Space 98 Decorative Painting"
"Los Angeles Cal. Court House Ceiling Entrance Lobby, Space 98 Decorative Painting"
"Los Angeles Cal. Court House Ceiling Detail of Entrance Lobby, Detail of Elevator Lobby, Decorative Painting"

"Los Angeles Cal. Court House Ceiling Detail of Entrance Lobby, Detail of Elevator Lobby, Decorative Painting"

Post Office Mural Designs
 
"Design for Mural, Snohomish, Washington, Post Office"

"Design for Mural, Snohomish, Washington, Post Office"
"Design for Mural, Paw Paw, Michigan Post Office"

"Design for mural, Paw Paw, Michigan Post Office"

Federal Theatre Project Designs
 
Costume design for "Mlle Silberklang" - The Impresario

Costume design for "Mlle Silberklang" - The Impresario
Costume design for "Mozart" - The Impresario

Costume design for "Mozart" - The Impresario
Set Design for Sabine Women, Act III

Set Design for Sabine Women, Act III
Set Design for First Legion
Design for poster for Lady Say Yes
Design for poster for The Devil Passes

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Citations for left side images:
"Proposed Monument to General George B. McClellan"
Designed by Frederick MacMonnies, 1907
Ink, pencil, and wash on paper
39" x 25 1/2"
National Archives and Records Administration, Records of the National Park Service

"Aerial Perspective Arlington Office Building for War Department" [The Pentagon]
Architectural design by G. Edwin Bergstrom and David J. Witmer for the War Department
Drawn by T. Stathes, July 31, 1941
Colored pencil on tracing paper, mounted on board
20" x 26"
National Archives and Records Administration, Records of the Public Buildings Service

Sketch for the Great Seal of the United States
By Francis Hopkinson, May 10, 1780
Pencil and ink on paper
7 3/8" x 6 3/8"
National Archives and Records Administration, Records of the Continental and Confederation Congresses and the Constitutional Convention

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