S and 7th Sts., NW, mural/fbi bldg

www . washingtonpost . com/blogs/local/wp/2014/08/21/marvin-gaye-mural-comes-to-an-end-but-will-see-new-life/?noredirect=on&utm_term=.3dea2b9d85d1

This is about that “dinosaur” mural’s being torn down/covered over after about a year up. I’m going to go look for but likely won’t find a pd copy of the full mural, by Aneikan Udofia.

i can’t find anything right yet but there’s a little on the flicker and instagram sites. this is trying to find out when that 4th st nw fbi office buidling opened, w all those antennas:  www . fbi . gov/history/field-office-histories/washingtondc

//commons . wikimedia . org/wiki/File:FBI_Washington_Office_by_Matthew_Bisanz . jpg

from Foreign Policy, Sept. 21, 2012, the spies next door, by m.m.aid: For 17 years, the FBI’s Washington Field Office (WFO) was located in the dilapidated Harkins Building at 1900 Half St. SW in the seedy Buzzard’s Point waterfront neighborhood of Washington. But in October 1997, the WFO moved into a newly constructed eight-story office building at 601 4th St. NW in downtown Washington, located just across the street from the National Building Museum. Total floor space: 316,535 square feet.

washington metropolitan field office dedication ceremony Sept.26, 1997, after august moving-in — but I can’t find a photo of it except that one gnu one with that arc over the top that I’m not familiar with.