Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
Advertisement, engraving "The Home of Washington" by Henry T. Williams, 1800s
Advertisement, First Banner, undated
Advertisement, Hotel George Washington, Jacksonville, Florida, 1900s
Advertisement, Merrimack prints, 1800s
Featuring engraving of Washington's House Mount Vernon.
Advertisement, Noah Walker & Co. fashionable clothiers, 1800s
Advertisement, Tippecanoe bitters, 1883
Advertisement, Washington Fire & Marine Insurance Company of Boston, 1800s?
Advertising novelty, cardboard pistol, Educator Cookies, 1900s
Advertising print, "The Formal Opening of the White House," American Radiator Works, 1900s
Cardboard advertisement, Continental cigars, 1900s
Columbian Centinel, Boston, MA, 1796 March 26
Newspaper ad by George Washington advertising the rental of 4 Mt. Vernon farms--not including Mansion House Farm. Detailed descriptions, are included. Also lists for sale lands on the Ohio River, on the Miami, and in Kentucky. Deals with decisions Washington was making regarding establishment of a source of income for himself, the management of farms, and to find a solution to the burdens of his slave ownership.
Container Corporation of America advertisement with quote from George Washington's farewell address, 1900s
Advertisement series called Great Ideas of Western Man, featuring George Washington on knowledge in a free government. With artwork by Robert Schneeberg.
Letter, to David Stuart, 1796 February 7
Railway advertisement, International Centennial, Grand Trunk Railway, 1876
The Maryland Gazette, Annapolis, MD, 1761 August 20
This edition of the newspaper contains a runaway slave notice published by George Washington for 4 slaves, Peros, Jack, Neptune, and Cupid.
The Philadelphia Gazette and Universal Daily Advertiser, Philadelphia, PA, 1800 May 30
Plantation manager James Anderson places an advertisement in the Philadelphia Gazette and Universal Daily Advertiser, 30 May 1800, found on page 4. At the bottom of column 2 is a notice for Marcus, a runaway slave and household servant at Mount Vernon including a physical description. Marcus belonged to Martha Washington.