George H.W. Bush's Congressional office was in the Longworth Building.
"Bush's Congressional office in the Longworth Building was run by
administrative assistant Rose Zamaria, with Pete Roussel acting as the
Congressman's presse secretary, and Jim Allison and Aleene Smith also
on the staff."
You can read more about the Longworth Building at the "Architect of
the Capitol" website.
"Completed in the spring of 1933, the Longworth House Office Building
is the second of three office buildings constructed for the United
States House of Representatives as well as a fine example of the
Neo-Classical Revival style popular in the second quarter of the
Location: South of the Capitol on a site bounded by Independence
Avenue, New Jersey Avenue, South Capitol Street, and C Street, S.E."
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