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Winter 2015-16

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39 SUB-TOTAL : TAX: __ TOTAL: __ NAME: STREET ADDRESS: CITY: STATE: ZIP CODE: EMAIL: PHONE: YOUR INFORMATION METHOD OF PAYMENT You may fax this form to (202) 544-8244 or mail to: USCHS, 200 Maryland Ave., NE, Washington, DC 20002-5796 Questions? Call toll-free: (800) 887-9318 ext. 10 For local calls: (202) 543-8919 ext. 10 SHIPPING AND HANDLING $20 00 or less $7.95 $50 01 to $75 00 $18.95 $20 01 to $30 00 $9.95 $75 01 to $100 00 $24.95 $30 01 to $40 00 $12.95 MORE THAN $100. 00 $34.95 $40 01 to $50 00 $14.95 PLEASE ADD $25.00 SHIPPING FOR EACH FRAMED PRINT. FOR PACKAGES OVER 25 LBS., ADD $10.00 PER 10 LBS. ITEM NUMBER QUANTITY UNIT PRICE EXTENDED PRICE DOME MARKETPLACE *MD Tax (6.0%) & DOC Tax (5.75%) Enclosed is a Check or Money Order payable to: U.S. Capitol Historical Society I am paying by Credit Card (please circle one): VISA MC AMEX DISCOVER CARD # __________________________________ Exp. date:___/___/___ Code: ______ /______ Cardholder Signature (required): ___________________________________ Winners of Making Democracy Work Essay Contest T he U.S. Capitol Historical Society is pleased to announce the winners of the 2014-15 Making Democracy Work Essay Contest. We had more than twice as many entries as dur- ing the previous contest, coming from 24 states and Washington, DC. e caliber of the entries was generally higher than in previ- ous contests; it is encouraging to see so many students engaging with difficult topics related to citizenship, voting, discrimination, and government. The 2014-15 contest winners: Senior Division First place: Sophia Chen (La Cresenta, CA) Second place: Dmitri Garlic (Weslaco, TX) ird place: Xinlan Emily Hu (Louisville, KY) Junior Division First place: Fafa Abena Nutor (Worthington, OH) Second place: Jimin Kim (Irvine, CA) ird place: Isabella Trasolini (Newbern, TN) Congratulations to the winners, and thanks to all those who submitted entries!

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