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    Lunch Bite Talk: Letters from George Washington
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    Dupont Circle
    Lunch Bite Talk: Letters from George Washington
    Director of Education Eleesha Tucker discusses letters from George Washington on the discipline of the Continental Army. In a letter dated January 25, 1783, General Washington strongly scolded...
    Lunch Bite Talk: War of 1812-era sword and portrait of Maj. Gen. Morgan Lewis
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    Lunch Bite Talk: War of 1812-era sword and portrait of Maj. Gen. Morgan Lewis
    Emily Schulz, curator, presents the War of 1812-era sword and portrait of Major General Morgan Lewis. Major General Lewis was quartermaster general of the U.S. Army during the War of 1812 and an...
    Lunch Bite: An Autochrome photograph of the Anderson House Garden
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    Lunch Bite: An Autochrome photograph of the Anderson House Garden
    Examine a rare Autochrome photograph of the Anderson House garden in its original diascope viewer, ca. 1908, presented by Valerie Sallis, archivist. Showing a view of the rear garden and carriage...
    Lunchtime lecture - Capitaines Map of the Theater of War in America
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    Dupont Circle
    Lunchtime lecture - Capitaines Map of the Theater of War in America
    Join Jack Warren, executive director, as he discusses the Capitaine's Map of the Theater of War in America. This rare map was printed in Paris in 1779 for the marquis de Lafayette's use in lobbying...
    Lunchtime lecture - Joshua Barneys presentation sword
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    Lunchtime lecture - Joshua Barneys presentation sword
    Mark the two hundredth anniversary of the Battle of Bladensburg and the British march on the nation's capital in August 1814 with a talk by Curator Emily Schulz on a presentation sword awarded by...
    Lunchtime lecture - The 1898 Steinway grand piano
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    Lunchtime lecture - The 1898 Steinway grand piano
    Join Kendall Casey, museum education manager, as she discusses the Anderson's 1898 Steinway grand piano and how the couple entertained their guests with music. After the lecture, enjoy listening to...
    Lunchtime Lecture - Two narratives of the French armys march to Yorktown in 1781
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    Lunchtime Lecture - Two narratives of the French armys march to Yorktown in 1781
    Rachel Jirka, research services librarian, shares two manuscript narratives of the French army's march to Yorktown in 1781. Written by Henri-Dominique de Palys, chevalier de Montrepos, and Robert...
    Lunchtime lecture: Charles Willson Peales 1778 mezzotint of George Washington
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    Lunchtime lecture:  Charles Willson Peales 1778 mezzotint of George Washington
    Join Ellen Clark, library director, as she discusses a rare 1778 mezzotint of George Washington by Charles Willson Peale. One of only two known copies, this mezzotint is the first authentic...
    Lunchtime Lecture: Portrait of Bryan Rossiter
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    Lunchtime Lecture: Portrait of Bryan Rossiter
    Emily Schulz Parsons, curator, presents a portrait of Bryan Rossiter, an enlisted man in the Connecticut Continental Line. The portrait was painted by John Trumbull "to commemorate a very worthy &...
    Lunchtime Lecture: Reproduction First Rhode Island Regiment uniform and African Americans in the Continental Army
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    Lunchtime Lecture: Reproduction First Rhode Island Regiment uniform and African Americans in the Continental Army
    The museum opens for extended hours, featuring guided tours and birthday cake, 109 years to the day after Larz and Isabel Anderson declared their Washington home complete and ready for entertaining.
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