"Fred Maroon has produced a masterpiece of documentation in his tenth book, The United States Capitol, featuring highly readable text by his wife and collaborator Suzy Marooon. The results are spectacular: a photographic artist's rendering of the grand rooms, great chambers, corridors and hideaways of the building in which so much of the nation's business is conducted."
[The Washington Post]

"The United States Capitol is the most elegant picture book (with a smoothly-flowing commentary by Suzy Maroon, the photographer's wife) ever made about the building. Maroon was trained as an architect and it shows in these splendid images."
[The Washington Post]

"The United States Capitol is unquestionably the finest book I've seen on the subject. No mere collection of postcard snapshots with mundane captions, each artfully executed photograph is a tribute to every architect, artist and craftsman who helped created the Capitol, as well as the men and women so deeply immersed in this experiment of self-government. Exhibiting the same authoritativeness and sensitivity as the photographs, the text makes this a "coffee table textbook" that would benefit, both visually and intellectually, many Americans who have become increasingly distanced from even a cursory working understanding of our governmental institutions. After all, no matter when you live in the United States, this is your Capitol, too!"
[Camera and Darkroom]