White-Meyer House

White-Meyer House — also designed by famed architect John Russell Pope — was constructed in 1912 by Henry White, U.S. Ambassador to Italy and France under President Theodore Roosevelt.  The red-brick, three story Georgian revival mansion boasts forty rooms, sits on one and one-half acres on Meridian Hill, and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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2020 "The Twelve Days of Christmas"

by Matthew Merril STA '22

Happy Holidays

 

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St. Albans School

Mount St. Alban, Washington DC 20016-5069
Phone: 202-537-6435