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GEORGE WASHINGTON'S VALENTINE for MARTHA CUSTIS



An artist named John Wolcott Adams (who lived 1874-1925) designed this valentine which is supposed to depict the romance of Founding Father George Washington to Martha Custis, the widow who would become his wife, dating it 1758.

It was published in magazine Collier's weekly, February 1913 and is part of the collection of the United States, Library of Congress.

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