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The Naval Security Station on Nebraska Avenue in Washington DC in the mid 1950s. This is where the Navy operated the Atlas codebreaking computers. From a comparison with the previous prewar photo of the Mount Vernon Seminary for Girls, it can be seen that the Navy added a number of buildings during World War II; however they remained faithful to the original seminary architecture, even including the slate roofs. National Security Agency photo.

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