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The Treasury Department Collection

​The historic Treasury Collection represents one of the oldest and most intact collections of fine and decorative arts, furniture and architectural fragments in the Executive branch of the United States government. Like its immediate neighbor, the White House, the Treasury Department has remained on the original Pennsylvania Avenue site since 1800 when the federal government permanently moved to Washington. The Collection encompasses items from the main Treasury Building and the Department bureaus.

Secretary of the Treasury Portraits

Paintings

Sculpture

Furniture

Prints and Drawings

Photographs

Architecture

Last Updated: 7/31/2013 1:15 PM

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