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Construction of the Liberty Loan building, 1918.
Advertisement for second Liberty Loan campaign, 1917.
Liberty Loan building seen through the trees across the tidal basin, c. 1930.
Aerial view of the Potomac River and southwest Washington, D.C. The Liberty Loan building can be seen in the foreground, c. 1980.
Liberty bond sales car on the streets of Washington, D.C., 1918.
The John Philip Sousa band playing in front of the U.S. Department of the Treasury headquarters building during a bond rally for the fourth Liberty Loan campaign, 1918.