Rockingham Washington's Headquarters, Rt. 518
Title:
Rockingham Washington's Headquarters, Rt. 518
Rocky Hill New Jersey (NJ), Chrome unused

Description:
Here on November 2, 1783, the General wrote his "Farewell Address to the Armies."


Rockingham Washington's Headquarters, Rt. 518
Title:
Rockingham Washington's Headquarters, Rt. 518
Rocky Hill New Jersey (NJ), Chrome unused

Description:
Eighteenth century herb garden designed planted and maintained by the Stony Brook Garden Club. Princeton, New Jersey.



Rockingham Washington's Headquarters, Rt. 518
Title:
Rockingham Washington's Headquarters, Rt. 518
Rocky Hill New Jersey (NJ), Chrome unused

Description:
Eighteenth century rose garden designed planted and maintained by the Stony Brook Garden Club, Princeton, New Jersey.


Rockingham Washington's Headquarters, Rt. 518
Title:
Rockingham Washington's Headquarters, Rt. 518
Rocky Hill New Jersey (NJ), Chrome unused

Description:
George Washington's bedroom in his last headquarters, August to November, 1783, while Congress convened in Princeton.



Rockingham Washington's Headquarters, Rt. 518
Title:
Rockingham Washington's Headquarters, Rt. 518
Rocky Hill New Jersey (NJ), Chrome unused

Description:
In this study, on November 2, 1783, George Washington composed his "Farewell Address to the Armies."


Rockingham Washington's Headquarters, Rt. 518
Title:
Rockingham Washington's Headquarters, Rt. 518
Rocky Hill New Jersey (NJ), Chrome unused

Description:
While waiting for peace terms to be signed, George Washington dined and entertained in this room, at the end of the Revolution in 1783.



Rockingham Washington's Headquarters, Rt. 518
Title:
Rockingham Washington's Headquarters, Rt. 518
Rocky Hill New Jersey (NJ), Chrome unused

Description:
Drawing room in Washington's last headquarters. August to November, 1783, while congress convened in Princeton.


Rockingham Washington's Headquarters, Rt. 518
Title:
Rockingham Washington's Headquarters, Rt. 518
Rocky Hill New Jersey (NJ), Chrome unused

Description:
From this second floor balcony, on November 2. 1783, General Washington delivered his "Farewell Address" to his headquarters troops.





Total: 8 Items