Internal Revenue
Service Building

The Internal Revenue Service Building, built between 1928 and 1936, was the first building to be constructed within the Federal Triangle. Because this Building was to be used as a bureau and not as a departmental headquarters, the originally planned sculptural bronzes and stonework were not included, therefore the unadorned IRS Building looks different from its neighbors in appearance.

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