National Geographic : 1915 Mar
THE AMERICAN RED CROSS BUILDING This handsome structure in a city of beautiful architecture will soon be another addition to the group ofbuildings onthe west side ofMonument Park where it touches the White House Grounds. It is being constructed with funds, given, one-half by theUnited States Government, and one-half by friends of the American Red Cross Society, as a memorial to the women of the American Civil War. With the Treasury (see page 255), the White House (see page 261), the State, War and Navy Building, the Corcoran Art Gallery, the D. A. R . Continental Hall(see page 265), and the Pan-American Union Building (see page 264), it will constitute the most notable single group of buildings in America. The architects ofthe Red Cross Building are Trowbridge & Livingstone.