DC -- Downtown -- AFL-CIO Headquarters (815 16th Street NW):
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AFLCIO_210220_06.JPG: The machine is gone which was doing some sort of maintenance on the building. The plywood was put there because the glass door covering had cracked.
AFLCIO_210220_12.JPG: AFL-CIO Employees Federal Credit Union
The Primary Financial Institution for Union Families
Notice to ATM Users
... will be replacing this ATM in the near future. Due to the
... Remote Deposit Capture (RDC) the credit union has
... with a 'Cash Dispenser' machine. Credit union members can
... by downloading our mobile application [obtained
... Google Play Store (Android)]. Deposits can be made
... the check and sending it through the phone to
For ... through the ATM. We encourage you to move
to mobile ... through your financial institution.
Local ... for making deposits to your credit union account.
Due to the ... through ATMs, the credit union decided to
mitigate ... dispenser machines.
We apologize for any ...
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2016_DC_AFLCIO: DC -- Downtown -- AFL-CIO Headquarters (815 16th Street NW) (83 photos from 2016)
2010_DC_AFLCIO: DC -- Downtown -- AFL-CIO Headquarters (815 16th Street NW) (1 photo from 2010)
2008_DC_AFLCIO: DC -- Downtown -- AFL-CIO Headquarters (815 16th Street NW) (14 photos from 2008)
2007_DC_AFLCIO: DC -- Downtown -- AFL-CIO Headquarters (815 16th Street NW) (1 photo from 2007)
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2021 photos: It's too early to have anything but hope for this year. With luck, the restoration of sanity in the White House for a change and the rapid roll-out of vaccines will eventually return the year to one of my normal ones.