Capitolshots Photography’s collection of images of the Pennsylvania State Capitol in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
Designed by Joseph M. Huston, the Beaux-Arts structure was completed in 1906. The Pennsylvania State Capitol is a National Historic Landmark.
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Licensing Digital Pennsylvania State Capitol Stock Images
Royalty-free licenses are available for digital files of all Pennsylvania State Capitol stock images. All photos are available without the watermark in several sizes, from 72-dpi web- quality JPGs up to TIF files.
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Ordering Prints From Pennsylvania State Capitol Stock Photos
All stock photos of this building are available as prints, not just as regular prints but also as canvas wraps, metal prints, and acrylic prints. They work great for decorative art, presentations, office decor and gifts.
Capitolshots Photography believes in empowering its customers to make the best choices for their individual needs. Customers may select the high-quality photos they need from Capitolshots Photography’s extensive image library. All images are available electronically via royalty-free licenses in a wide range of sizes, and discounts are available for licensing three or more electronic images in a single order. Capitolshots Photography also sells prints, in a variety of sizes and formats, of all of its images if customers prefer to have prints shipped directly to them.
Capitolshots Photography Also Has Images of The Following State Capitols:
Photos of the Arizona State Capitol in Phoenix. Designed by J. Riely Gordon and constructed between 1898 and 1901, the building served as the territorial capitol until Arizona was granted statehood in 1912. The building continued to serve as the state capitol, but the small and cramped nature of the building eventually forced all official government functions to be moved to adjoining buildings. Now a museum, the Arizona State Capitol is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Photos of the Colorado State Capitol in Denver. Designed by Elijah E. Myers, construction on the Classical Revival structure started in 1886 and lasted for 15 years, though many offices were occupied by 1894. The Colorado State Capitol is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Photos of the Hawaii State Capitol in Honolulu. Designed in a collaboration between John Carl Warnecke and Belt, Lemmon And Lo, the Hawaii State Capitol is surrounded by a reflecting pool, symbolizing the Pacific Ocean, with the rotunda opening to the sky. Both legislative chambers are cone-shaped, symbolizing the volcanoes which formed the Hawaiian Islands. The Hawaii State Capitol, completed in 1969, is part of the Hawaii Capital Historic District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Photos of the Kansas State Capitol in Topeka. Designed by John G. Haskell and completed in 1903 after 37 years of construction, the Classical Revival structure, built with Kansas limestone, stands 306 feet from its base to the top of the statue atop the dome, 17 feet higher than the U.S. Capitol. The Kansas State Capitol is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Photos of the Maine State House in Augusta. Originally designed by Charles Bulfinch and completed in 1832, the Maine state capitol underwent a substantial renovation in 1910, with G. Henri Desmond leading the redesign. The Maine State House is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Photos of the Maryland State House in Annapolis. Designed by Joseph Horatio Anderson and built between 1772 and 1779, the Georgian structure also served as the United States capitol from November 1783 through August 1784, the only state capitol to have so served. The oldest state capitol in continuous legislative use, the Maryland State House is a National Historic Landmark.
Photos of the Nevada State Capitol in Carson City. Designed by Joseph Gosling and completed in 1871, the Italianate structure was expanded in 1905 and completely rebuilt between 1977 and 1981. The Nevada State Capitol is one of three capitols in the nation in which the state legislature does not meet, as the legislature convenes in a separate building completed in 1971. The Nevada State Capitol is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Photos of the New Hampshire State House in Concord. Designed by Stuart James Park, the New Hampshire state capitol was constructed from 1816 to 1819. The New Hampshire State House, a Classical Revival structure and the oldest state capitol in which the legislature meets in its original chambers, is included in the Concord Civic District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Photos of the New Jersey State House in Trenton. Originally designed by Jonathan Doane and completed in 1792, the building, which serves as the New Jersey state capitol, has been expanded and remodeled many times over the years. The New Jersey State House is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and the New Jersey Register of Historic Places.
Photos of the New Mexico State Capitol in Santa Fe. Also known as the Roundhouse, the structure was designed by W.C. Kruger and completed in 1966. The New Mexico State Capitol, which incorporates traditional New Mexico territorial style elements, has a round shape inspired by the Zia sun symbol, which also appears in the state flag.
Photos of the New York State Capitol in Albany. Three teams of architects designed the building over its construction period, which stretched from 1867 through 1899. The New York State Capitol, which incorporates both Renaissance Revival and Romanesque Revival elements, is a National Historic Landmark.
Photos of the Oklahoma State Capitol in Oklahoma City. Designed by Solomon A. Layton and S. Wemyss Smith, the Classical Revival structure was constructed between 1914 and 1917. The dome was added in 2002. The Oklahoma State Capitol is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Oklahoma State Capitol is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Photos of the South Carolina State House in Columbia. Originally designed by John R. Niernsee, construction began on the South Carolina state capitol in 1851, with the main portion of the Classical Revival structure being completed in 1875. The South Carolina State House is a National Historic Landmark.
Photos of the Utah State Capitol in Salt Lake City. Designed by Richard K.A. Kletting, the building was constructed between 1912 and 1916. The Utah State Capitol, a Classical Revival structure which underwent extensive renovations in the mid-2000s, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Photos of the Virginia State Capitol in Richmond. Designed by Thomas Jefferson and Charles-Louis Clerisseau and completed in 1789, the Classical Revival structure also served as the capitol of the Confederacy during the Civil War. The Virginia State Capitol is a National Historic Landmark.
Photos of the Washington Legislative Building in Olympia. The building, part of the Washington State Capitol Campus, was designed by Wilder And White and was completed in 1928. The Washington Legislative Building, a Classical Revival structure, is included in the Washington State Capitol Historic District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Photos of the Wyoming State Capitol in Cheyenne. Designed by David W. Gibbs and constructed between 1886 and 1890, the sandstone Renaissance Revival structure was enlarged with the addition of the House and Senate chambers in 1917. The Wyoming State Capitol is a National Historic Landmark.