the restoration of the “New Room” of the Mansion (formerly known as the Large
new changing museum exhibition called “Gardens & Groves: George Washington’s
Landscape at Mount Vernon”
Launched a new online virtual tour of the estate at www.mountvernon.org/virtualtour
inaugural year of Mount Vernon Leadership Fellows program for rising college
funds for a new fire suppression system for the Mansion
restoration of the Nelly Custis Bedchamber in the Mansion
Fire Prevention & Suppression for the Mansion ($1,105,000)
2016-2018 Slave Life Exhibit in Museum ($645,000)
Revolving Land Fund for Viewshed Protection ($2,000,000)
Books and Manuscripts Acquisition for the National Library ($5,000,000)
Washington Papers Comprehensive Family Edition ($1,250,000)
Mansion Roof Refurbishment ($300,000)
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