Samuel Osgood House in New York City, NY
Samuel Osgood was a politician and lawyer from Massachusetts. His wife, Maria Bowne Franklin, the widow of the merchant who built the house in 1770.
Washington moved into the house one week before his inauguration on April 30, 1789. The house consisted of living quarters, a private office and a public business office. It was the first seat of the executive branch of the federal government.
The street was closed off when Washington became ill with a tumor in his thigh soon after his inauguration.
The family moved out after ten months and moved to the Alexander Macomb House.
The Osgood House was demolished in 1856. Where the building once stood, a bronze plaque marks the location.
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