National Geographic : 1916 Apr
Photograph byCharles R.Martin THE CAPITOL AT WASHINGTON AFTER A SNOW-STORM Underneath this imposing dome the laws of the nation are enacted by Congress, having now a membership ofbetween five and sixhundred representatives from the forty-eight States. Under it also sits the United States Supreme Court-the Federal tribunal oflast resort. Itrepre sents the beginning and the end of law. Every tourist ticket should read via the nation's capital.