At the seventh annual meeting of Chamber delegates in 1919, Chamber President Henry Wheeler pointed out the “necessity for greatly improving its headquarters.” The Chamber’s Building Committee chose the corner of H Street N.W. and Connecticut Avenue N.W., directly across Lafayette Park from the White House. The committee paid $775,000 for the 35,000-square-foot lot, which was the former location of Daniel Webster’s home.
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