- found: Work cat.: Dome over India : Rashtrapati Bhavan, c2002: p. 8, etc. (Viceroy's House, designed by Edwin Lutyens; first called Government House, became known as Viceroy's House in 1929, and then Rashtrapati Bhavan in 1950; official residence of India's head of state)
- found: Art and architecture thesaurus, Dec. 17, 2002 (official residences; scope: use for residences of heads of state or other public officials; alternate: official residence; variant: residences, official)
subdivision [Dwellings] under classes of government or other officials, e.g. [Governors--Dwellings]
- 2002-12-18: new
- 2003-01-28: revised
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