See other pages on the capitol building:

Exterior
Exterior: Entrance porch
Other views of campus
Interior: Entrance Vestibule
Rotunda, dome interior and halls
Reception room

Washington State Capitol--page 2 (of 6 pages)

Walter Wilder and Harry White
1928



The portico with a coffered ceiling featuring decorative rosettes

 
 

The entrance portal with three sets of massive bronze doors

The reliefs on the doors depict the early history of Washington. I believe these designs were created by Maxfield Keck of New York. (See his relief designs on Union Station in Cincinnati Ohio.)
 

Relief depicting a sailing ship; relief with a Washington landscape scene--a forest with a waterfall

 

Relief depicting a settler's farm; relief with an early public building, the Territorial capitol

 

Relief with a flock of sheep; relief depicting logging activity with oxen pulling logs



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© 2008 Mary Ann Sullivan. I have photographed (on site), scanned, and manipulated all the images on these pages. Please feel free to use them for personal or educational purposes. (I would appreciate being told if you find them useful.) They are not available for commercial purposes without my explicit permission.