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Thomas Brown Office
Thomas Brown Office

Thomas Brown Office (7)

1413 F Street, NW
Constructed in 1878, demolished

Thomas Brown was a painting contractor in Washington, originally located on Louisiana Avenue NW. He had major contracts for buildings that Cluss designed: Patent Office, National Museum, Portland Flats, and the Smithsonian "Castle".




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