H. Carl Moultrie Courthouse
|H. Carl Moultrie Courthouse|
|Former names||District of Columbia Courthouse|
|Location||500 Indiana Avenue, NW|
|Town or city||Washington, DC|
|Current tenants||Superior Court of the District of Columbia|
|Height||36.58 metres (120.0 ft)|
|Design and construction|
|Architecture firm||Hellmuth, Obata & Kassabaum|
It was named after former Chief Judge H. Carl Moultrie I. Judge Moultrie was appointed an associate judge in 1972 and chief judge on June 22, 1978. He remained chief judge until he died on April 9, 1986.
In August 1978, heavy rain resulted in a roof leak because the roof drains could not handle the volume of rainwater.
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- "Washington Courthouse Is Drenched by Leak". Toledo Blade (Toledo, Ohio). AP. August 16, 1978. p. 17. Retrieved May 4, 2010.
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