December 1961
New Yorker;12/2/1961, Vol. 37 Issue 42, p132
The article presents information on White Plains, New York. It is claimed that many prominent persons in the arts, business, sports and public life has called White Plains their home. It highlights that U.S. President George Washington slept in the city before, during and after the Battle of White Plains.


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