Our last full day in the Historic District for this trip was our warmest yet, and even found the locals complaining about the heat. As you can see below, we found plenty to keep us busy.
the tent project mentioned earlier. The tailors were commissioned to reproduce George Washington's marquee, or camp tent, as the extant article can only be displayed in very controlled conditions. Mark Hutter hired seven "tent stitchers" to assist with the hand sewing, and although the replica was not ready for display when we visited, it has been displayed since and will be available for visits at the Museum of the American Revolution when that facility is built.
First Oval Office page.