Treasury Building

Treasury Building may refer to:

  • Treasury Building (Washington, D.C.), United States
  • Treasury Building, Brisbane, Australia
  • Old Treasury Building, Melbourne, Australia

Other articles related to "treasury building, building, treasury, buildings":

Old Treasury Building, Melbourne - Old Treasury Building
... The Old Treasury Building, previously housed City Museum and reopened in 2009 as a not-for-profit organisation with the permanent exhibition 'Victorian Archival Treasures' and 'Built on Gold' ... These documents and artifacts once held in the Old Treasury Building gold vaults explore themes of Indigenous Victorians and first white settlement in 1835, Ned Kelly and Criminals, Victorian ...
Treasury Building (Washington, D.C.)
... The Treasury Building in Washington, D.C ... is a National Historic Landmark building which is the headquarters of the United States Department of the Treasury ... An image of the Treasury Building is featured on the back of the United States ten-dollar bill ...
United States Ten-dollar Bill - Small Size Note History
... Treasury building ... The car parked outside of the Treasury Department building is a 1926 Hupmobile ... The tiny building to the right rear of the treasury building is the American Security and Trust Company Building, which for some years advertised itself as "right on ...
Old Treasury Building
... Old Treasury Building is name used for many buildings including Treasury Building, Brisbane built 1886 - 1928 in stages Old Treasury Building ...

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