Executive Order 3524
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Directing that Designs for Medals, Coins, etc., and Statues, Fountains, Monuments, Parks and Buildings in the District of Columbia be Submitted to the Commission of Fine Arts
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|See the Notes section for a list of Executive Orders affected by or related to the issuance of this Executive Order.|
It is hereby ordered that essential matters relating to the design of medals, insignia and coins, produced by the executive departments, also the designs of statues, fountains and monuments, and all important plans for parks and all public buildings, constructed by executive departments or the District of Columbia, which in any essential way affect the appearance of the city of Washington, or the District of Columbia, shall be submitted to the Commission of Fine Arts for advice as to the merits of such designs before the executive officer having charge of the same shall approve thereof.
The White House,
- July 28, 1921.
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