Westmoreland Davis, owner of Morven Park, was Virginia’s home-front Governor during the Great War. Governor Davis and First Lady of Virginia Marguerite Davis contributed to the war effort and inspired others to do the same. Learn more about their roles during this unprecedented conflict, their work to encourage Virginians to support the war effort, and their response to the declaration of peace. Highlighting WWI artifacts in the collection alongside new stories, this engaging experience in honor of the WWI centennial will get you thinking like the Governor!

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