The National Hotel Epidemic

The National Hotel Epidemic

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In January and March of 1857, President-elect James Buchanan stayed at the National Hotel in Washington D.C.

Located along the National Mall, the National - formerly known as "Gadsby's Hotel" - was the most regal lodging choice in the nation's capital at the time. Many banquets and balls were thrown in the hotel's ballroom, and it made a logical choice for Buchanan to stay there in the days leading up to his inauguration.

However, what people didn't know is that ... See More

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