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Today in Smithsonian History: January 23, 1964

Today in Smithsonian History: January 23, 1964

January 23, 1964. The new Museum of History and Technology opens on the National Mall. Its architecture reflects the International modernism style that became popular after WWII and doesn’t look at all dated today. We might add that “Brutalist” was also a popular architectural style during this era, so it could have been worse. Continue reading Today in Smithsonian History: January 23, 1964

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