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1953 U.S. Glass-House Embassy in Rio Article

Description: 1953 U.S. GLASS-HOUSE EMBASSY IN RIO vintage magazine article.

Size: The dimensions of the one-page article are approximately 10.5 inches x 14 inches (26.75 cm x 35.5 cm).

Condition: This original vintage one-page article is in Excellent Condition unless otherwise noted.

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Description: 1953 U.S. GLASS-HOUSE EMBASSY IN RIO vintage magazine article

~ Its grillwork of glass windows ablaze the light, the new U.S. embassy became a dazzling ornament on the skyline of Rio de Janeiro when it was dedicated recently. The building, located on the Avenue President Wilson, down which auto lights have traced patterns, is one of more than 50 new U.S. embassies, consulates, information centers and staff quarters being built abroad. Designed by the firm of Harrison and Abramovitz -- Wallace Harrison was chief architect for Rockefeller Center and the U.N. building in New York -- it is Brazil's first all air-conditioned building. ~

Size: The dimensions of the one-page article are approximately 10.5 inches x 14 inches (26.75 cm x 35.5 cm).

Condition: This original vintage one-page article is in Excellent Condition unless otherwise noted.

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1953 U.S. Glass-House Embassy in Rio Article

1953 U.S. Glass-House Embassy in Rio Article

Description: 1953 U.S. GLASS-HOUSE EMBASSY IN RIO vintage magazine article.

Size: The dimensions of the one-page article are approximately 10.5 inches x 14 inches (26.75 cm x 35.5 cm).

Condition: This original vintage one-page article is in Excellent Condition unless otherwise noted.

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