United States Senate Vice Presidential Bust Collection, Bust collection in the United States
Description: The United States Senate Vice Presidential Bust Collection showcases busts of former vice presidents.
History: The collection started in 1898 by the Senate resolution.
Culture: It represents a deep respect for the nation's political history and governance.
Practical: Visitors can find this collection in the United States Capitol.
Did you know ?: Every vice president is honored with a marble or bronze likeness after their term.
Location: Washington, D.C.
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