Charles Free

Charles Free’s  memoir,  “Bygone Days: My Family’s Six Generations in the Nation’s Capital,” is his first book—and his legacy. He retired as director of the White House Gift Unit in 1993 to devote himself to his interest in genealogy and the preservation of his Civil War period home on Capitol Hill, which his parents bought shortly after his birth.

At the 2017 BookFest, Charles will deliver the inaugural Michael Fry Memorial Talk on Local History.  The talk was made possible through the generous donation of the Friends of Michael Fry.

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