The Hearst Alumnae Parlor is a true parlor. When a meeting is to be accompanied by a formal tea, this is the room intended to host it. Antique furnishings and comfortable sofas are complemented by historic portraits of NCS founder Phoebe Hearst and former NCS heads of school. “The Parlor," as it is known at NCS, is a classic room. Located on the south corner of Hearst Hall, with views of the Washington National Cathedral on two sides and a mahogany conference table, Hearst Alumnae Parlor is easily the most popular board room in the building. There is a wet bar, removable carpeting, and multiple seating configurations. The Parlor has hosted board meetings, cocktail parties, formal luncheons, and pimiento sandwiches.
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