National Geographic : 1942 May
636 The National Geographic Magazine 1 Staff Photographer B. Anthony Stewart They Tread Historic Ground, But Their Thoughts Are on "Short'nin' Bread" The youngsters live with their mother in the kitchen of the Wythe House in Williamsburg. This restored mansion was the home of George Wythe, first professor of law in English America. Among his pupils were Thomas Jefferson, James Monroe, John Marshall, and Henry Clay. The building was Washington's head quarters before the Siege of Yorktown (page 622).