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English: The Federal Home Loan Bank Board Building located at 320 1st Street NW in Washington, D.C. Completed in 1928, the Classical Revival building was designed by architect George E. Mathews. It was listed on the District of Columbia Inventory of Historic Sites and National Register of Historic Places in 2007. Previously the federal headquarters of the Home Owners’ Loan Corporation (HOLC), it is currently occupied by the Central Office of the Federal Bureau of Prisons.
Español: El Federal Home Loan Bank Board Building (o el Acacia Mutual Life Company Building) en 320 1st Street, NW en el barrio Judiciary Square en Washington, D.C. El edificio de la arquitectura neoclásica es un obra de George E. Mathews de 1928 y incluido en el Registro Nacional de Lugares Históricos. Tiene la sede de la Agencia Federal de Prisiones
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I'm all alone with the real end of the world and always looking for assistance and no one's ever contacted me from the hundreds of letters I'd sent while at the big homeless shelter, 2nd and D Streets, NW, as though anyone that tries to contact me gets disappeared, my life used as a LURE-gimmick that goes to how that Armageddon prophecy in that book of Revelation has been being snuck-through, and this is sort of the bottom of the barrel of ideas for trying to find assistance, thinking I could get all my various writings on this in one place that letter-recipients could then look up if they're interested. That means I'd have to see if I can send my emails to here, how to do that. Wordpress said there is a way but it entails that spam would also get the email address. My time for now it up I guess. Working in this sitting position isn't healthy for me but I've always got to be doing something toward trying to get hold of someone to help me. It's like I'm a microcosm of the Earth or the human race and if someone could help me out of this torture then that'd be a start on trying to get the whole Earth out of this. 5/1/17, still all this, etc., same situation. (7/14/18 now....) Now it's 2019.
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