General Philip Henry Sheridan's horse Winchester was wounded in Civil War battles and commended for his speedy, reliable service to the Union Army. - Visit to grab an amazing super hero shirt now on sale!
Composer Andrew Lloyd Webber breaks his own record when "The Phantom of the Opera" becomes longest-running Broadway show, surpassing "CATS." This "CATS" costume was created for the character of Mistoffelees, "the original conjuring cat.
Front of trade card is color drawing of little girl in pink frock and white bonnet looking over a black dog facing left. Girl holds a rose in her hand. Back of trade card (and others by Capital City Tea Co.) has stamped logo. National Museum of American History, Archives Center.
Gilbert Dwoyid Olmstead, born in March 1914, was an African American photographer. In this photo of his from around 1944, a woman feeds a kitten. Most of his photos in our collection were taken in the early 1940s in the Hill District of Pittsburgh. They document the everyday life of African American residents in this area and their living conditions. Credit: G. Dwoyid Olmstead Photonegatives, Archives Center, National Museum of American History. #HugYourCatDay