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Category:Lewis F. Powell, Jr., United States Courthouse

The Lewis F. Powell, Jr., United States Courthouse is the home of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit. Built in 1858 as a customs house, during the American Civil War it was used as the office of the Treasury and President of the Confederate States of America. It survived the Evacuation Fire in 1865, and has since been expanded and renovated numerous time.

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Instance of custom house
LocationVirginia
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  • place listed on the National Register of Historic Places
37° 32′ 15″ N, 77° 26′ 06″ W
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小劉易斯·F·鮑威爾聯邦法院 (zh-hant); カスタムハウス (ja); Lewis F. Powell, Jr., United States Courthouse (en); 小刘易斯·F·鲍威尔联邦法院 (zh-hans); 小刘易斯·F·鲍威尔联邦法院 (zh-cn) gebouw in Virginia, Verenigde Staten van Amerika (nl)

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