National Geographic : 1936 Nov
WHERE PRESIDENTS, KINGS, AND INAUGURAL CROWDS ARRIVE Washington's Union Station, facing the United States Capitol, has a State Suite, which serves as a waiting room forthe President and asreception hall for monarchs and other dignitaries. Into its concourse, nearly as large as those of the Grand Central and Pennsylvania Stations in New York City combined, could crowd the entire Standing Army of the United States. Adjoining it is the Capital's City Post Office and, beyond that, is the mammothGovernment Printing Office, Uncle Sam's publish ing house where 65,000 different Federal publications are carried in stock. All-time best seller is one on infant care.