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FEATURED STORY: HONORING INNOVATION – WHY THE GRAHAM HOTEL USES EEVELLE PRODUCTS
In 1881, a Scottish scientist and inventor of the telephone and other machines that revolutionized communication bought a property in Georgetown, Washington D.C. for $8,000. Alexander Graham Bell, inventor of of the telephone and other groundbreaking telecommunications devices, bought a carriage house and converted it into a lab called Volta Lab where he would discover new innovations. It is Alexander Graham Bell and his famous history in Georgetown that inspired the name The Graham Georgetown, an upscale boutique hotel in the quaint historic town in Washington, D.C. The Graham is located only a few blocks away from what was once Bell’s Volta Lab. The Graham has been a hotel in Georgetown since 1965, and is a member of the Historical Hotels of America. It began as a bed and breakfast owned by a husband and wife, later sold to investors who updated the building, and then purchased again in 2013 and given a modern face-lift to include a rooftop bar and a speakeasy.