Washington, DC, Easter Egg Roll at the White House, c1924

The U.S. government�s annual Easter Egg Roll was first hosted in 1814, at the suggestion of Dolley Madison. It was held at the U.S. Capitol until 1878, when President Rutherford B. Hayes opened up the White House lawn so hundreds more children could attend. The tradition grew with each passing year, and soon music, dances, and other forms of entertainment were added to the festivities.

Washington, DC

Washington, DC, Easter Egg Roll at the White House, c1924

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