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.


2020 "The Twelve Days of Christmas"

by Matthew Merril STA '22

Happy Holidays



St. Albans School

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