Dumbarton House, Washington, DC Photos

Dumbarton House (c1800) in the Georgetown area of Washington, DC was first occupied by Joseph Nourse, first Register of the U.S. Treasury. Dumbarton House is now run partly as a House Museum by the National Society of Colonial Dames of America.

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Dumbarton House Georgetown. Washington, DC.Dumbarton House first occupied by Joseph Nourse, first Register of the Treasury. Washington, DC.Rear facade of Dumbarton House run by National Society of Colonial Dames of America. Washington, DC.Garden of Dumbarton House. Washington, DC.
Dumbarton House (c1800) Georgetown. Washington, DC. Style: Federal.Dumbarton House first occupied by Joseph Nourse, first Register of the Treasury. Washington, DC.Rear facade of Dumbarton House run by National Society of Colonial Dames of America. Washington, DC.Garden of Dumbarton House. Washington, DC.
Garden of Dumbarton House. Washington, DC.Modern addition with sunken courtyard at Dumbarton House. Washington, DC.

Garden of Dumbarton House. Washington, DC.Modern addition with sunken courtyard at Dumbarton House. Washington, DC.


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