George Washington’s bedroom, his Mount Vernon estate in Virginia. It’s the most private space in the home of us all, the bedroom. And yet, like everything else, when it comes to the Presidents of the United States, nothing is sacred – not even a peek inside their bedrooms and snapshot of the very beds where they slept at one point or another. Whether it was a bed they used merely to rest in (Taft) or used in one of several homes they owned during the course of their lives (F.D.R), or even the one where they were born (Cleveland) or tossed and turned in while
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