In 1985 I was working for the US Congress and I had the idea to rename 14th St. SW to Raoul Wallenberg Place. 14th St. was one block long and had only a future building facing it. the other side of the street faces the Jefferson Memorial. The only building to get the address of Raoul Wallenberg was to be the US Holocaust Memorial Museum. The legislation passed and Elie Wiesel dedicated the street. The government added the street signs but the first one made had Wallenberg’s name misspelled! Recently retired Congressman Bill Lowery (the legislation sponsor) gave me the misspelled sign!