From box: "Introduced by Senator Bill Bradley. This story tells the remarkable story of George Washington's life through original historical prints from the Willard-Budd Collection at Mount Vernon. The illustrations dramatically capture the highlights of Washington's career, including his early years as a surveyor of the western frontiers. Thrilling Revolutionary War scenes come to life: the crucial victories at Trenton and Princeton; the desperate winter at Valley Forge, and the climactic triumph at Yorktown. Viewers come to understand the formidable challenges Washington faced as president, and why he enjoyed his final years of retirement at Mount Vernon. Highly recommended for classroom use, as a special program for historical societies or to supplement a visit to Mount Vernon, Washington's much-beloved home. In Stereo. 30 minutes. Produced by the Mount Vernon Ladies' Association."
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