Category:Georgetown Visitation Preparatory School
|Instance of||university-preparatory school|
|Location||Washington, D.C., District of Columbia|
|Heritage designation|| |
English: Georgetown Visitation Convent, 1500 35th Street Northwest, Washington. Established in 1799, the Georgetown Visitation Convent was the first Catholic school for girls and the first Visitation Convent in the United States. Daughters of several Presidents and other nationally prominent persons have been educated here. The complex includes twenty buildings of different styles dating from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
- HABS Survey number: HABS DC-211
- Building/structure dates: 1821 Initial Construction
- Building/structure dates: 1873 Subsequent Work
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