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Alfred A. Arraj United States Courthouse: Denver, Colorado by U.S. General Services Administration
Carl B. Stokes United States Courthouse by U.S. General Services Administration
Christopher S. Bond U.S. Courthouse: Jefferson City, Missouri by U.S. General Services Administration
Harvey W. Wiley Federal Building Food and Drug Administration College Park, Maryland by U.S. General Services Administration
John Joseph Moakley United States Courthouse and Harborpark: Boston, Massachusetts by U.S. General Services Administration
Oklahoma Federal City Building (39 pages, includes floor plans) by U.S. General Services Administration
Richard Sheppard Arnold United States Courthouse Annex: Little Rock, Arkansas (GSA Courthouse Architecture Series) by U.S. General Services Administration
Roman L. Hruska United States Courthouse Omaha, Nebraska by U.S. General Services Administration
Salt Lake City United States Courthouse Annex: Salt Lake City, Utah by U.S. General Services Administration
Sandra Day O'Connor United States Courthouse: Phoenix, Arizona by U.S. General Services Administration
United States Courthouse - Fresno, California by U.S. General Services Administration
United States Courthouse and Federal Building Central Islip New York by U.S. General Services Administration
United States Courthouse Springfield, Massachusettss by U.S. General Services Administration
United States Courthouse: Brooklyn, New York by U.S. General Services Administration
United States Courthouse: Orlando, Florida (GSA Courthouse Architecture Series) by U.S. General Services Administration
United States Courthouse: Richmond, Virginia by U.S. General Services Administration
United States Courthouse: Seattle, Washington by U.S. General Services Administration
United States Courthouse: Springfield, Massachusetts by U.S. General Services Administration
Wayne Lyman Morse United States Courthouse: Eugene, Organ by U.S. General Services Administration
Wilkie D. Ferguson, Jr., United States Courthouse. Miami, Florida by U.S. General Services Administration
William B. Bryant United States Courthouse Annex: Washington, D.C by U.S. General Services Administration

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