National Geographic : 1915 Mar
THE MUNICIPAL BUILDING The Municipal Building of the District of Columbia is a local rather than a national structure, but was built in harmony with the plans for the embellishment of the National Capital. Cope and Stewardson were the architects. THE CARNEGIE INSTITUTION OF WASHINGTON The Carnegie Institution of Washington, with an endowment of $22,ooo,ooo, yielding five per cent annual interest, has proven one of the most effective research institutions in the world. Its activities cover almost the entire range of human knowledge. The Institution is located on the same street as the National Geographic Society and only a few blocks away. Carrere & Hastings were the architects.