Where today Representatives' cars leave the Capitol, a horse and carriage wait at the East Front entrance in this souvenir photo from the 1860s. The difference between then and now extends beyond transportation options. The façade shown here became an interior wall in 1962 when the extension of the East Front of the Capitol was completed. The large statues in the foreground left in preparation for the extension and did not returned. The figures in the niches—War and Peace by Luigi Persico—deteriorated so much by 1962 that new marble replicas had to be made.