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GUNSTON HALL LIBRARY & ARCHIVES

 
 
Gunston Hall Library & Archives

The Gunston Hall Library & Archives provides scholars, researchers and the general public with a collection of modern reference materials, rare books, and manuscripts focusing on the study of George Mason and Gunston Hall. To further enhance these resources, the collection includes a variety of research materials that emphasize the social, cultural, economic, and political history of colonial and post-revolutionary Virginia and America.

Collection On-line

The Gunston Hall Library & Archives is a member of the Founding Fathers Library Consortium. You can view and search the Gunston Hall Library or George Washington's Mount Vernon Estate & Gardens collection here.

Location

The Gunston Hall Library & Archives is located at the rear entrance of the museum building. Researchers should enter through the Museum's main entrance and will be directed to the Library by Gunston Hall staff members.

Hours

The facility is open to the public by appointment, Monday - Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 4 :00 p.m.

Please contact the library to make an appointment.
By phone: 703-550-9220 ext. 235
By email: library@gunstonhall.org

 

 
 
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