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The Wisconsin State Capitol Historic Structure Report presents the architectural history of the state's capitol building in 6 volumes published between 1995 and 2005.
The first volume describes the Capitol Building as a whole and details its history, use, and alterations. This volume also documents the building's restoration and rehabilitation projects occurring between 1998 – 2000. The subsequent volumes address specific areas of the Capitol, including the north wing (v.2); west wing & northwest pavilion (v.3); south wing, southeast & southwest pavilions (v.4); central portion, dome and rotunda (v.5); and east wing and northeast pavilion (v.6).
The volumes include narrative, illustrations,and photographs. Contributors to the report include the State of Wisconsin Division of State Facilities; Kahler Slater & Joyce Inman Historic Interiors, Inc.; Affiliated Engineers, Inc.; Graef Anhalt & Schloemer; and East Wing Architects.
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