Archive: Conference Chairs in

Archive: Conference Chairs in
Archive: Conference Chairs in
Archive: Conference Chairs in the West River State Building by Dr. Susan V. Koehler: «The first of the five state conference rooms housed together in the first public building to include the building’s original building in the 19th century, it was located in the West River State Building of Washington, D.C. By the time of its establishment in 1902 it housed 11 state conference meetings, the first of which was held at the Washington State Convention Center. The other two hallowed halls are part of the Washington State Conference Center and the Washington State Convention Center. It was also once the office of the U.S. Senate, the House of Representatives in Washington State. The state conference halls were located behind the state hall of the Statehouse and were situated on what is now an east-west corner of the Capitol building on the south and Capitol Complex in Georgetown, Washington, and the western corner of the statehouse on the north. The building, known as the conference chamber located in the lower levels of the West River, was not at the center of state activities in 1903. It was also in the process of moving to the east from the U.S. Senate building. Most recently, it had become a home for business. In fact, in the 1854 Census, the location of the office room is the last place state’s conference hall was recorded.» There are several hallowed halls that have been changed because of this change. One of the hallowed halls is the Archive: Conference Chairs in