National Geographic : 1935 Apr
00 Photograph byEdwin L.Wisherd THE TRIANGLE GROUP DRIVES A GIANT WEDGE BETWEEN CONSTITUTION AND PENNSYLVANIA AVENUES Its tip is blunt, as the pointed Apex Building has not yet been built. In the forefront stands the Archives Building, designed byJohn Russell Pope, ofNew York. Filling in the court will double its capacity. Beyond it are Justice, designed by Zantzinger & Borie, of Philadelphia; Internal Revenue, bytheTreasury's Supervising Architect; Interstate Commerce Commission, connecting wing, and Labor, by Arthur Brown, Jr., San Francisco; andCommerce, just this side oftheEllipse, byYork & Sawyer, New York. The Post Office Department's new building, by Delano & Aldrich, of New York, is half hidden byitsoldgranite home (with thetower), which eventually must go, together with two smaller buildings in the area (see opposite page). Pennsylvania Avenue points almost directly attheWhite House, near thetop.