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  • New Library from Southeast, Tudor Place
    Historic American Buildings Survey
    Tudor Place
    This is a photograph of the new Library in Tudor Place taken by the Historic American Buildings Survey (HABS). In 1962 and 1967, HABS went and photographed the house in detail. Tudor Place was the Georgetown home of Thomas and Martha Peter. Martha Peter was First Lady Martha Washington's granddaughter.
  • Unidentified House Design
    William Thornton
    Tudor Place
    This is a design of a house by William Thornton. This design shows Thornton's affinity for the temple portico motif. The drawing was not a preliminary design for Tudor Place, which also has a temple portico. Tudor Place was the Georgetown home of Thomas and Martha Peter. Martha Peter was First Lady Martha Washington's granddaughter.
  • View of the Suburbs of the City of Washington
    George Isham Parkyns
    Tudor Place
    Washington, D. C.
    This drawing by George Isham Parkyns depicts one of the waterfront docks in Georgetown. The port in Georgetown rivaled Alexandria, Virginia and Bladensburg, Maryland. Steep unpaved roads made transporting goods challenging.
  • Tudor Place South Elevation
    Bruce White
    Tudor Place
    This photograph by Bruce White shows the south fa├žade of Tudor Place. Tudor Place was the Washington, D.C., home of Thomas and Martha Custis Peter. Martha Custis Peter was First Lady Martha Washington's granddaughter.
  • Side Chairs, Tudor Place Collection
    Unknown
    Tudor Place
    chair
    These side chairs are part of the collection at Tudor Place and purportedly belonged to George Washington while he lived in Philadelphia. Tudor Place was the Washington, D.C., home of Thomas and Martha Custis Peter. Martha Custis Peter was First Lady Martha Washington's granddaughter.
  • Tudor Place Dining Room
    Bruce White
    Tudor Place
    This photograph by Bruce White shows the present dining room at Tudor Place. It is believed to have formerly been Thomas and Martha Peter's bedroom. Tudor Place was the Washington, D.C., home of Thomas and Martha Custis Peter. Martha Custis Peter was First Lady Martha Washington's granddaughter.
  • Washington Camp Stool, Tudor Place Collection
    Plunket Fleeson
    Tudor Place
    stool
    This camp stool is one of two surviving stools of the 18 purchased by George Washington in May 1776 from Philadelphia upholsterer Plunket Fleeson. Thomas and Martha Peter purchased six of these stools at an 1802 estate sale. It is part of the collection at Tudor Place. Tudor Place was the Washington, D.C., home of Thomas and Martha Custis Peter. Martha Custis Peter was First Lady Martha Washington's granddaughter.
  • North Door, Tudor Place
    Bruce White
    Tudor Place
    This photograph by Bruce White shows the front entrance to Tudor Place. Tudor Place was the Washington, D.C., home of Thomas and Martha Custis Peter. Martha Custis Peter was First Lady Martha Washington's granddaughter.
  • Tudor Place Garden
    Bruce White
    Tudor Place
    This photograph by Bruce White shows the garden at Tudor Place. Tudor Place was the Washington, D.C., home of Thomas and Martha Custis Peter. Martha Custis Peter was First Lady Martha Washington's granddaughter.