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For a quintessential Willard experience, don’t miss out on Afternoon Tea in Peacock Alley. This enchanting tradition features live harp music, an array of organic teas, finger sandwiches and decadent pastries. Join us Friday - Sunday from 1-4:30 pm.   #WillardWonders

For a quintessential Willard experience, don’t miss out on Afternoon Tea in Peacock Alley. This enchanting tradition features live harp music, an array of organic teas, finger sandwiches and decadent pastries. Join us Friday - Sunday from 1-4:30 pm. #WillardWonders

The Willard hotel at the turn of the century from the Old Post Office on Pennsylvania Ave. My current view is from the top of the clock tower with the Willard hotel now barely visible on the right.

The Willard hotel at the turn of the century from the Old Post Office on Pennsylvania Ave. My current view is from the top of the clock tower with the Willard hotel now barely visible on the right.

Full tables at the Passover seder held at the Willard Hotel, which drew more than 1,000 soldiers, friends, and family, 1943

Full tables at the Passover seder held at the Willard Hotel, which drew more than 1,000 soldiers, friends, and family, 1943

1900-1910. “New Willard, Washington, D.C.” Detroit Publishing Company Photograph Collection, Library of Congress.

1900-1910. “New Willard, Washington, D.C.” Detroit Publishing Company Photograph Collection, Library of Congress.

1925   President Calvin Coolidge arrives at the Willard Hotel for Vice President Thomas R. Marshal’s funeral.

1925 President Calvin Coolidge arrives at the Willard Hotel for Vice President Thomas R. Marshal’s funeral.

Washington, D.C., circa 1922. "Willard Hotel, 14th Street at Pennsylvania Avenue." Abraham Lincoln stayed at the Willard before his Inauguration--however, it was the earlier, 4-story version at this location. A major fire damaged the Willard in 1922. Guests who had to be evacuated included Calvin Coolidge, John Philip Sousa, and Adolph Zukor.

Washington, D.C., circa 1922. "Willard Hotel, 14th Street at Pennsylvania Avenue." Abraham Lincoln stayed at the Willard before his Inauguration--however, it was the earlier, 4-story version at this location. A major fire damaged the Willard in 1922. Guests who had to be evacuated included Calvin Coolidge, John Philip Sousa, and Adolph Zukor.

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