George Washington has a pair of library books that are 221 years overdue
Our boy George checked out a couple volumes from the New York Society Library on October 5th, 1789. This was about five months into Washington's presidency, back when New York was still our nation's capital. The ledger showed no return date, and they were borrowed by a patron who signed his name simply as "President."
Alas, ALL libraries DO have due dates, and George's should have been returned by November 2nd of that year. Being that the books were not returned by that date (or on any day since, for that matter), if you factor in inflation, our first president has accumulated a late fee of $300,000! Fortunately for all you descendants of Washington out there, the library is not actively pursuing the overdue fine - but they would appreciate the books being returned!