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    Request a free portrait of George Washington for your School ~ Mount Vernon Portrait Project ~

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    Mount Vernon recently invited K-12 schools nationwide to request framed portraits of George Washington to display in a respectful, prominent place. The response was overwhelming: thousands of schools submitted letters! Along with the portrait, schools received curriculum materials to help explore our first president’s contributions. I don't know if these are still available but worth an email before it's too late!

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