A letter from President Washington found after more than 200 years.
The letter was sent in May 1787 to Jacob Morris. His granddaughter Julia Kean, pasted it into a scrapbook about four decades later below a portrait of Washington.
President Washington wrote that letter 2 years before he became president and it was sent from Philadelphia.
The scrapbook was given to Kean University this spring along with the other contents of Liberty Hall, a 50-room mansion near the campus where members of the Kean family had lived since 1811. It is now a museum.
The gift was made by Julia's great-great-nephew, John Kean, a first cousin of the Thomas H. Kean who served as New Jersey governor from 1982 through 1990.