Panorama of Parlour, Tudor Place
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Parlour InformationThe Parlour was less formal than the Drawing Room and was used as both a parlor and a dining room through the late-19th century. During the Civil War, Britannia Peter Kennon took in Union boarders and it was in this room that they took their meals.
Today, this room showcases many Peter family treasures that were once owned by George and Martha Washington at Mount Vernon, including a tea table, Revolutionary War camp stool, and several important pieces of porcelain purchased by Washington when he was President in New York.