The Library of Congress
Originally published 05/30/2017
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Originally published 07/08/2015
After being decommissioned at the end of the Cold War, the facility sat around for a few years before philanthropist David Woodley Packard (son of the Hewlitt-Packard co-founder) swooped in, remodeled it, and gave it to the Library of Congress.
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