The Hall family and the angel

Mary Ann Hall was a popular madam in Washington, running a bordello where the American Indian Museum now stands. It was said to be the classiest one in Washington during the Civil War.

Mary Ann and a sister are buried under the right contemplative statue at Congressional Cemetery while her mother and another sister are under the angel on the left.

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