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Design for the Washington Monument.
Subject:Works on paper, Drawing--Architectural, Drawing--Competitions, Washington Monument--Baltimore (Md.), Ramée, Joseph Jacques, 1764-1842, Baltimore City Life Museum Collection
Creator:Ramée, Joseph Jacques, 1764-1842
Description:Design for the Washington Monument. Washington Monument drawing competition, 1813. Baltimore City Life Museum Collection.
Date of Original:1813
Collection:Works on paper, Drawing--Architectural, Baltimore City Life Museum Collection, Museum Department
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Rights:Copy of original owned by the Maryland Historical Society. For reproduction and permission information, please contact email@example.com