|213 Washington Street|
Newark NJ United States
| - office|
| - highrise|
| - modern|
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- Shortly after the Prudential Company's new building was completed in 1942, it was taken over by the federal government for use by the Office of Dependency Benefits (ODB), which was moved to Newark from Washington. The ODB was responsible for payments to military dependents and their families. Work went on round the clock at 213 Washington Street until it was returned to Prudential in 1946.
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