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Jul 19, 2012
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United States Capitol Historical Society
About My Library
This is the library of Congressman Fred Schwengel, founder of the US Capitol Historical Society, plus that of Victor Bierle, an early supporter of the Society, and the books accumulated not systematically since those libraries were acquired.
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http://www.uschs.org