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RollingRoch

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South of the Capitol bounded by Independence Ave., First St., New Jersey Ave., and C St. SE

Cannon House

South of the U.S. Capitol, bounded by Independence Ave., New Jersey Ave., South Capitol St., and C St., S.E.

Longworth House

Southwest of the U.S. Capitol, bounded by Independence Ave., South Capitol St., First St., and C St., S.W.

Rayburn House Office Building

Northeast of the Capitol, site bounded by Constitution Ave., First St., Delaware Ave., and C St., N.E.

Russell Office Building

Northeast of the Capitol, adjoining the Dirksen Senate Office Building, site bounded by Constitution Ave., Second St., First St., and C St., N.E.

Hart Office Building

Southwest of the Capitol on a site bounded by Second Street, D Street, Third Street and Virginia Ave, S.W.

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