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A photo of the Alexander Hamilton U.S. Custom House. The Department of Magical Criminal Investigations are secretly headquartered inside the building.

Alexander Hamilton U.S. Custom House
General information
Alternative name(s)

Headquarters of the Department of Magical Criminal Investigations

Inhabited by Wizardry or Folk?

Both, with the Folk running a Native American museum and a bankruptcy office, and the Wizardry running the DMCI

Residents

DMCI agents

Position

The headquarters of the DMCI

Status

In use and maintained

Physical information
Nationality

United States of America

Location

1 Bowling Green
Manhattan, New York City
Coordinates: 40°42′15″N 74°00′49″W

Government
Form of government

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Head of state

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Currency

American dollars

Ruler

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Owner

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Leader

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Chronological information
First appearance

Interview for a Wizard

Last appearance

The Secret Society of Seven Sorcerers (so far)

Location on map
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The Alexander Hamilton U.S. Custom House is a large square neo-classical Beaux Arts building located at the tip of the Manhattan island on 1 Bowling Green and Broadway in New York City. It was built in 1901-1907 by the architects Cass Gilbert and Daniel Chester French. The building is seven storys high and steel-framed, and in front of it four monumental female limestone sculptures representing America, Asia, Europe and Africa is situated, symbolizing the belief from 16th century Europe that there are only four continents in the world. The sculptures are known as the "Four Corners of the World." The building used to house the United States Customs Service, which was an agency of the U.S. federal government that collected import tariffs and performed other selected border security duties.

The Department of Magical Criminal Investigations (DMCI) is secretly headquartered inside the Alexander Hamilton U.S. Custom House.[1][2]

History

The Secret Society of Seven Sorcerers

Appearances

The Salem Concord

Scribl.com audiobooks

Main article: Scribl audiobooks

References

  1. Areces, J.A.. Interview for a Wizard. Areces Miami, Florida. February 22, 2014.
  2. Areces, J.A.. The Secret Society of Seven Sorcerers. Areces Miami, Florida. October 31, 2017.

External links

Alexander Hamilton U.S. Custom House at Wikipedia

Alexander Hamilton U.S. Custom House at Google Maps