While decidedly modernist, this building uses a classical composition, a center block with lower flanking wings and a pyramidal roof. The large bronze doors and severe marble exterior give the effect of a mausoleum with a generally forbidding aspect.
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United Daughters of the Confederacy National Headquarters
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