Portrait of the Marquis de Lafayette
Title:
Portrait of the Marquis de Lafayette
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), Chrome PM 1952 Jun-13

Description:
In the Mount Vernon Mansion. Mount Vernon is owned and operated by the Mount Vernon Ladies' Association of the Union, founded 1853 for the preservation of the home and tomb of Washington.


Bust of George Washington, by Jean Antoine Houdon
Title:
Bust of George Washington, by Jean Antoine Houdon
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), Chrome PM 1953 Feb-22

Description:
Executed at Mount Vernon in 1785 - the Mount Vernon Collection.



Washington Mansion
Title:
Washington Mansion
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), Real Photo unused


School Room
Title:
School Room
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



View of Mount Vernon
Title:
View of Mount Vernon
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), Real Photo


Mt. Vernon Shops and Entrance
Title:
Mt. Vernon Shops and Entrance
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), Linen unused



Wilson Line Steamer "City of Washington"
Title:
Wilson Line Steamer "City of Washington"
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), White Border


Boat Landing
Title:
Boat Landing
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
Curteich



Mt. Vernon Lunch Room Cotttage
Title:
Mt. Vernon Lunch Room Cotttage
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), White Border PM Nov-12

Description:
J.N. Gibbs, Proprietor since 1884. Note postcard displays & Coca Cola Signs


Washington's Home
Title:
Washington's Home
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Mount Vernon, Former home and Burial Place of George Washington in Virginia
Title:
Mount Vernon, Former home and Burial Place of George Washington in Virginia
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), Chrome PM 1960 Jan-20


Group of People in Front of Mount Vernon
Title:
Group of People in Front of Mount Vernon
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), Real Photo unused



George Washington's Home at Mount Vernon
Title:
George Washington's Home at Mount Vernon
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1905 May-9


Martha Washington's Spinning Room at Mt. Vernon
Title:
Martha Washington's Spinning Room at Mt. Vernon
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
The Spinning Room, Mount Vernon, VA, contains a valuable and interesting collection of spinning wheels and other paraphernalia of the industrious housewife of Martha Washington's day



New Wilson Line Steamer "City of Washington"
Title:
New Wilson Line Steamer "City of Washington"
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1940 Jul-30

Description:
"No visit to Washington is complete without a boat trip on the historic Potomac River. The Wilson Line operates day and evening trips from May 14th until September 7th. The huge ballroom on the observation deck makes dancing a feature of all trips."


The Power Coach
Title:
The Power Coach
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
This is one of the few surviving contemporaries of General Washington's coach. it is believed to be a substantial duplicate of the coach he used while President. It belonged to Mayor Samuel Powel of Philadelphia



Main Hall
Title:
Main Hall
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
This is the central hall of Washington's Mansion at Mount Vernon. The swords whown in the case on the wall belonged to Washington


New Wilson Line Steamer "City of Washington"
Title:
New Wilson Line Steamer "City of Washington"
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1938 Jul-3

Description:
No visit to Washington is complete without a boat trip on the historic Potomac River. The Wilson Line operates day and evening trips from May 14th until September 7th. The huge ballroom on the observation deck makes dancing a feature of all trips



The Wharf
Title:
The Wharf
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused


Air View of Mt. Vernon Overlooking Potomac River
Title:
Air View of Mt. Vernon Overlooking Potomac River
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Mount Vernon The Mansion House of Mount Vernon occupies a beautiful site overlooking the Potomac River. The house was built in 1743 by Lawrence, half-brother of George Washington. The name Hunting Creek was changed to Mount Vernon in honor of Admiral Vernon, under whom Lawrence had served against Spain. In 1747, George came to live at Mount Vernon, with Lawrence. Two years after the death of Lawrence, in 1752, the title of the estate passed to Washington Curteich-Chicago



Washington's Tomb
Title:
Washington's Tomb
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), Private Mailing Card PM 1901 Feb-08

Description:
Series 88


Washington 's Home Life
Title:
Washington 's Home Life
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), Divided Back PM 1910 Feb-22



The Wharf By Moonlight, Mount Vernon
Title:
The Wharf By Moonlight, Mount Vernon
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
Series R-83055
The Wharf at Mount Vernon which is the landing place for steamers from Washington. From here a beautiful winding walk leads to the Tomb and Mansion of General and Mrs. Washington


In Memoriam To Our Dead Patriots, Washington Tomb
Title:
In Memoriam To Our Dead Patriots, Washington Tomb
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), Divided Back PM 1913 May-29



Washington's Garden
Title:
Washington's Garden
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Washington's Flower Garden at Mount Vernon retains the box-bordered beds as laid out by Washington more than a century and a half ago. Many of the trees and shrubs were planted by Washington. It is a fine example of the old fashioned garden. A view of the Potomac is held through the trees.


Washington's Garden
Title:
Washington's Garden
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Sep-13



North Lodge Gate
Title:
North Lodge Gate
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1941 Aug-12

Description:
Home of George Washington


Family Dining Room
Title:
Family Dining Room
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1954 Oct-27



Library And Coliseum, South end
Title:
Library And Coliseum, South end
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
The Library is the room which constituted the headquarters of Washington, the manager of a great estate. His personal correspondence, official letters, the daily entries in his diary and his accounts were all written at the desk in this room. The desk was purchased by the President in Philadelphia before he retired. The original thermometer barometers hang at either side of the desk. the mahogany case, the globe and a pair of the General's spectacles are original. Washington books and other that belonged to members of his immediate family are grouped in the first of the four built-in bookcases. Of the books in the other cases many duplicate volumes that were owned by Washington.


Washington Tomb
Title:
Washington Tomb
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), Divided Back PM 1915

Description:
In memoriam to our dead patriots



Washington'S Tomb
Title:
Washington'S Tomb
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907


Washington Tomb
Title:
Washington Tomb
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), Private Mailing Card unused

Description:
One of the many features of ornamental gardening in the West Park Arboretum, near Horticultural Hall.



West Front Of Mount Vernon
Title:
West Front Of Mount Vernon
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), Chrome PM 1958

Description:
Mount Vernon is owned and maintained by the Mount Vernon Ladies; Association of the Union, founded 1853 for the preservation of the home and tomb of Washington.


Washington's Tomb
Title:
Washington's Tomb
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Washington's Tomb at Mount Vernon, Va., is a plain, brick structure, the severity of whose lines have been softened by festoons of vines. The marble sarcophagus of Washington is seen within on the right; that of Martha, his wife, is by its side. The tablet above reads; "Within this enclosure rest the remains of Genl. George Washington."



Entrance Or Texas Gate
Title:
Entrance Or Texas Gate
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
This gate is the northern entrance to the grounds, constructed upon he completion of the Electric Railway, for the convenience of visitors.


Mt. Vernon Kitchen
Title:
Mt. Vernon Kitchen
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Kitchen fire place



The Library At Mount Vernon
Title:
The Library At Mount Vernon
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), Linen

Description:
Mount Vernon is owned and maintained by the Mount Vernon Ladies Association of the Union, founded 1853 for the preservation of the home and tomb of Washington.


Boat Landing
Title:
Boat Landing
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), Linen unused



Washington's Barn Mount Vernon
Title:
Washington's Barn Mount Vernon
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
The barn was built in 1753 with bricks imported for England, and was used during Washington's occupancy of Mount Vernon.


Washington's Barn
Title:
Washington's Barn
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
The Barn was built in 1753, with bricks imported form England, and was used during Washington's occupancy of Mount Vernon. In the coach house is Washington's carriage, known as the "lost coach," which was recovered and presented to the Association in 1895, by Mr. R. I. Brownfield of Philadelphia.



Texas Gate
Title:
Texas Gate
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
The Texas Gate, the Entrance to Mt. Vernon for visitors by the Electric Railway was erected by the Masonic and other patriotic societies of the State of Texas.


Martha Washington's Kitchen
Title:
Martha Washington's Kitchen
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), White Border PM 1917

Description:
Martha Washington's Kitchen at Mt. Vernoil was famous for its products of good old Virginia cooking. The crane still hangs in the great fireplace and the brick oven is in a good state of preservation. The culinary art is no longer practiced here



Washington's Tomb
Title:
Washington's Tomb
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), Divided Back PM 1908


George Washington's Bedroom (Original Bed)
Title:
George Washington's Bedroom (Original Bed)
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1954

Description:
George Washington's Bedroom is the room in which he died. It contains a collection of original furniture, the most notable of which is the bedstead on which he died. It is six feet wide, six and one-half feet long and seven feet high



Mount Vernon - Home of George Washington
Title:
Mount Vernon - Home of George Washington
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused


River Front View, Mount Vernon
Title:
River Front View, Mount Vernon
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), Chrome PM 1956 Feb-22



Home of Washington
Title:
Home of Washington
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Mt. Vernon was inherited by George Washington in 1752, the first foundations having been laid by his father about 1736. The mansion is built of wood, mainly after the style of a French chateau of the time of Louis XIV. Here Washington died on December 14th, 1799, and his tomb, a plain but solid brick structure with an iron gate, stands near the mansion. The entire domain of about six acres is the property of the nation, having been purchased in 1856 for $200,000.


Mt. Vernon Mansion, Va
Title:
Mt. Vernon Mansion, Va
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), Divided Back

Description:
Mount Vernon, the home of Washington, is on the Virginia shore of the Potomac, 16 miles south of the Capital. The second story end window is of the room in which Washington died. The window above is of the attic room occupied by Mrs. Washington after her husband's death, and chosen because this window overlooked his tomb



Columbia Cabins
Title:
Columbia Cabins
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
A modern tourist home and cottages located just 30 minutes from downtown Washington and 3 miles from Mt. Vernon, Va


East View of Mansion and Grounds
Title:
East View of Mansion and Grounds
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1954 Sep-9

Description:
The Mansion HOuse of MOunt Vernon occupies a beautiful site overlooking the Potomac River. The house was built in 1743 by Lawrence, half-brother of George Washington. The name Hunting Creek was chanted to Mount Vernon in honor of Admiral Vernon, under whom Lawrence had served against Spain. In 1747, George came to live at Mount Vernon, with Lawrence. Two years after the death of Lawrence, in 1752, the title of the estate passed to Washington



The Old Kitchen, Showing Sun Dial
Title:
The Old Kitchen, Showing Sun Dial
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), Divided Back PM 1911 Apr-1


Banquet Hall
Title:
Banquet Hall
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), Divided Back PM 1909



Air View of Mt. Vernon
Title:
Air View of Mt. Vernon
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), Linen

Description:
The Mansion House of Mount Vernon occupies a beautiful site overlooking the potomac River. The house was built in 1743 by Lawrence, half-brother of George Washington. The name Hunting Creek was changed to Mount Vernon in honor of Admiral Vernon, under whom Lawrence had served against Spain. In 1747, George came to live at Mount Vernon, with Lawrence. Two years after the death of Lawrence, in 1752, the title of the estate passed to Washington


Beautiful garden and grounds
Title:
Beautiful garden and grounds
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), White Border PM 1930 Oct-24

Description:
From an aeroplane. The Home of Washington is 16 miles south of Washington on the Potomac River. The view here pictured was taken from an aeroplane and give the pilgrim to Mount Vernon a more comprehensive view of the Washington home than could otherwise be secured. The famous Boxwood Garden laid out by General Washington is in the foreground



Washington's Tomb At Mt. Vernon
Title:
Washington's Tomb At Mt. Vernon
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), Private Mailing Card PM 1902 Oct-11


Washington Mansion
Title:
Washington Mansion
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
“Dogwood” Virginia State Flower. Oh Proud “Dominion State.” Virginia's gifts are great, Hill and plain yield wealth to thee Our boast, the blood of F.F.V.



Martha Washington's Bed Room
Title:
Martha Washington's Bed Room
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
The Room in which Washington died is the south bedroom of Mt. Vernon Mansion. It contains the original bed and among other furniture a chair which belonged to Washington's mother. Martha Washington's bedroom is in the attic of Mt. Vernon Mansion. Washington's bedroom was closed at his death and she occupied this one until the end. Christ Church, Alexandra, Va., was completed in 1773. George Washington was one of its first vestrymen, and the new occupied by him and his family is still preserved.


Old Tomb
Title:
Old Tomb
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
The Old Tomb. Mount Vernon. Va. - This was the original tomb in which Washington rested until the new tomb was constructed in 1837



Washington's Mansion
Title:
Washington's Mansion
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1908 Apr-06


Pohick Church
Title:
Pohick Church
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
Where Gen. George Washington worshipped



Martha Washington's Spinning Room
Title:
Martha Washington's Spinning Room
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
The Spinning Room contains a valuable and interesting collection of spinning wheels and other paraphernalia of the industrious housewife of Martha Washington's day


Home Of Washington
Title:
Home Of Washington
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Mt. Vernon was inherited by George Washington in 1752, the first foundations having been laid by his father about 1736. The mansion is built of wood, mainly after the style of a French chateau of the time of Louis XIV. Here Washington died on December 14th, 1799, and his tomb, a plain but solid brick structure with an iron gate, stands near the mansion. The entire domain of about six acres is the property of the nation, having been purchased in 1856 for $200,000.



Old Tomb
Title:
Old Tomb
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), White Border PM 1936

Description:
The old tomb was constructed by Lawrence Washington and here Washington's remains rested from 1799 untill the completion of the new tomb in 1831. Over the iron door is a slab marked Washington Family."


Pohick Church
Title:
Pohick Church
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
Where Gen. George Washington worshipped



View in The Kitchen Garden, Mount Vernon
Title:
View in The Kitchen Garden, Mount Vernon
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Mount Vernon is owned and maintained by the Mount Vernon Ladies' Association of the Union, founded 1853 for the preservation of the home and tomb of Washington


The Music Room At Mount Vernon
Title:
The Music Room At Mount Vernon
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
Mount Vernon is owned and maintained by the Mount Vernon Ladies' Association of the Union, founded 1853 for the preservation of the home and tomb of Washington



Washington's Garden
Title:
Washington's Garden
Mount Vernon Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
Washington's Flower Garden at Mount Vernon retains the box-bordered bed as laid out by Washington more than a century and a half ago. Many of the trees and shrubs were planted by Washington. It is a fine example of the old-fashioned garden




Total: 67 Items