President's House Retrospective
In July 2007, GW President Steven Knapp announced his intention to reside on GW's Foggy Bottom Campus in the structure that formerly housed Alumni House and the historic F Street Club (1925 F Street, NW). Although the house has been through many changes, much of the original dignity remains intact. Take a look at some of the rich history of the building in the below retrospective.
And the next time you are on campus visit us in the new Alumni House @ 1918 F St. NW.
Mrs. J.F. Curtis to Become Club Hostess in F Street
Washington Herald, April 9, 1933
Mrs. Curtis to Marry Offical Bethlehem Steel
Washington Herald, July 27, 1933
Though Cozy, It Is Important
Washington Post & Times Herald, March 2, 1955
Capital Club Welcomes Chosen Few
Bethlehem Globe-Times, January 31, 195?
New Landlord For F Street Club
The Washington Post, August 3, 1974
A House In Search of a Home
The Washington Post, January 24, 1976
F Street Club's Home Taking a Trip
The Washington Star, January 16, 1978
The F Street Club Can Stay Put
The Washington Star, July 13, 1976
The Reagans' Hello-to-Washington Party at the F Street Club
Washington Herald, 198?
President Knapp Selects Historic 1925 F Street Residence as the New Home for GW's President
GW News Center, July 10, 2007
"I came back here because it's a family atmosphere. The housekeeping and grounds crew — they were watching me when I was playing."
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