|Title||September 1939 Building 6 interiors construction progress|
|Caption||September 1939 Building 6 interiors construction progress|
These are construction progress photos of the interior of Building 6. The images are of the building’s entrance, corridors, stairwells, and restrooms. There are also shots of laboratory and cold room entrances, and unfurnished laboratories. Building 6 was constructed to provide laboratory and office space for the National Cancer Institute.
The contractor was the George A. Fuller Company.
|Number of images||4|
|Photographer||Commercial Photo Company, 1115 Eye St., N.W., Washington, D.C.|
|Source||Division of Space and Facility Management, Office of Research Services, NIH|
|Organizations||NIH (National Institute of Health) (1930-1947)|