“The chambers and offices of the General Assembly”
The Delaware Legislative Hall is the state capitol building of Delaware located in the state capital of Dover on Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard. It houses the chambers and offices of the Delaware General Assembly. Legislative Hall is a Georgian Revival colonial structure of handmade brick and it has an 18th century style interior. It was designed by Architect E. William Martin under the direction of the State Buildings and Grounds Commission created by Governor Buck in 1931. The commission was also instructed to acquire all the lands now known as the ‘Capital Square Complex’. The building was expanded by the addition of North and South wings during the period 1965 - 1970 to give each legislator an office in addition to their desk in their chamber. George Fletcher Bennet, of Dover, was the architect.
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