Augustine Warner, Jr.
A portrait of Augustine Warner, Jr. formerly hung in the Earl Gregg Swem Library and the previous library (in the present-day Tucker Hall). The Muscarelle Museum at William & Mary had the portrait of Augustine Warner, Jr. on long-term loan (from 1925 to 2000). At the request of the lenders, the portrait was shipped to the Kenmore Association, now known as the George Washington Foundation, in Fredericksburg, Virginia, in February 2000. Any requests for its use must be coordinated with the George Washington Foundation.
- Special Collections Research Center staff file.
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