Mission

The Washington Winter Show, The Washington Antiques Show, was founded in 1955 for the purpose of raising funds for local charities serving the needs of at-risk children and families by sponsoring an annual show devoted to antiques and fine arts.

The charities selected as beneficiaries of this year’s Show were Bishop John T. Walker School for Boys, THEARC, and The Founders Board of St. John’s Community Services.


Founders,
Washington Antiques Show

Mrs.  James Lemon 
Mrs. Richard Dunn

Board of Directors

Marilouise Sibley Avery
Mason Montague Bavin
Margaret G. Beers
Blair Parker Bourne
Collette Bruce
Dory Clark
Anne Mitchell Elmore
Susan Braselton Fant
Johanna Bayly Howe
Patricia Mattingly Montague
Elizabeth B. Roberts
Michaela Robinson
Ashley Lemon Shaw
Puffin Travers
Amy Zantzinger
Jonathan G. Willen, Executive Director

Founding Board

Hannah C. Cox
Helen W. Curtin
Sara Ewing Davis
Mary Jane Offutt Leitch
Gail Matheson†
Edith R. Miller†
Joan D. Sterrett
Ann Nutter Thompson
Susan S. Van Nice

Deceased

Advisors

Robert D. Benton
Kate W. Carr
Ellen MacNeille Charles
William J. Curtin III
Jean Taylor Federico
James H. Lemon, Jr.
Marcia V. Mayo
Betty Monkman
David Ottenbreit
Lucy Rhame
Margaret M. Richardson
Jerita Salley
B. Francis Saul II
Amy Porter Stroh
Gary E. Young

Emeritus

Palmer Graham
Marilyn Montgomery


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Washington Winter Show Federal Tax ID: 27-1448708


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