White House Trivia

White House Trivia

This week seems like a good time to delve into some White House history. This article is interesting.

There is no doubt that on the afternoon of Oct. 13, 1792, a group of Freemasons marched from Georgetown to the site of what is now the White House and laid a cornerstone. That evening, though, by about the 11th toast–this one to “the fair daughters of America”–the congenial gathering of Freemasons at Georgetown’s Fountain Inn had begun to grow a bit hazy about where they had laid that particular stone earlier in the day. Click here to learn more.





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