Edgar Allan Poe poses with Abraham Lincoln in Mathew Brady’s Washington, D.C. studio- February 4th, 1849.

FAKE: Edgar Allan Poe poses with Abraham Lincoln in Mathew Brady’s Washington, D. studio- February NOPE, this is a fake photo created for the book Abraham Lincoln vampire hunter.

Martin Luther King, Jr with his father and son, Atlanta, Georgia, March 22, 1963. Photo by Richard Avedon.

Michael King I II and III which later changed their names to Martin Luther King after the teachings of Martin Luther. Martin Luther King, Jr with his father and son, Atlanta, Georgia, March Photo by Richard Avedon.

Morris Frank, from Nashville, TN was 16 yrs old when he lost his sight. Frustrated with his inability to get around independently, he set out for Switzerland, spending several weeks there, learning to work with a female German shepherd who was originally named Kiss. Frank changed her name to Buddy. Frank was the first American to use a guide dog in 1928.

TN History for Kids! MORRIS FRANK (AND BUDDY) Morris Frank was a blind man from Nashville who helped start the first school that trained seeing eye dogs. His dog Buddy is considered to be the first seeing eye dog in America.

PRINCE 347E, German Shepard, Vietnam. He served our country his entire adult life and was put to rest on October 2, 1968, at the War Dog Hospital, Long Binh, Vietnam. "I have remembered him every day for the last 39 years and will continue to do so until I join him. Thank you very much for honoring those that the military/politicians in DC forgot so many years ago." - Robert L. Ott, Initial Trainer and Handler

He served our country his entire adult life and was put to rest on October at the War Dog Hospital, Long Binh, Vietnam. "I have remembered him every day for the last 39 years and will continue to do so until

Sidney Poitier, Harry Belafonte, and Charlton Heston at the 1963 Civil Rights March on Washington

1963 March On Washington Poitier Belafonte Heston Civil Rights March 1963 Civil Rights March on Washington, D. Actors Sidney Poitier, Harry Belafonte, and Charlton Heston.

George and Martha Washington

Lithograph of Martha and George Washington. The President and First Lady are pictured seated in their Mount Vernon Estate. Washington is shown with a book in his hand, and Martha is knitting. The two grandchildren are pictured in the background.

Winston Churchill Inspecting Bomb

Winston Churchill Inspecting Bomb Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Everett

Churchill inspecting bomb damage at the House of Commons debating chamber, in the aftermath of a night of Luftwäffe bombing raids on London, 11 May 1941

Civil Rights March, Washington, 1963. The following year, the Senate Democrats led the longest filibuster in history against the Civil Rights Act. Leading the filibuster were Byrd, who served for WV through 2010, and Al Gore, Sr.

Civil Rights March, Washington; Wednesday August Let's see this 50 years on for equal rights for the LGBT community. Wednesday August Take a stand for equality and for reason.

Ms. Esther Jones, known by her stage name, "Baby Esther," was an African-American singer and entertainer of the late 1920s. She performed regularly at The Cotton Club in Harlem. Her singing trademark was..."boop oop a doop, "in a babyish voice. Singer Helen Kane purportedly saw Baby's act in 1928 and "adopted" her style in her hit song "I Wanna Be Loved By You." Ms. Jones' singing style, along with Ms. Kane's hit song, went on to become the inspiration for Max Fleischer's "BETTY BOOP."

The Real Betty Boop: Ms. Esther Jones aka Baby Esther was an African-American singer & entertainer of the late She performed regularly at The Cotton Club in Harlem. Jones’ singing style was the inspiration for Betty Boop.

October 1, 1966 Bobby Seale & Huey Newton founded The Black Panther Party in Oakland Ca.

☥ October 1966 Bobby Seale & Huey Newton founded The Black Panther Party For Self Defense, in Oakland Ca.

Mick Jagger forms group (1962 newspaper clipping)

Mick Jagger forms group newspaper clipping) "I hope they don't think we're a rock n roll outfit.

Mary Fields was the first African American woman and the second American woman to be employed as a mail carrier with the United States Postal Service. Mary was hired by the U.S. Postal Service because she was able to hitch a team of six horses to a Stagecoach faster than anyone other applicant.

Mary Fields, c. Mary Fields, also known as Stagecoach Mary (c. was the first African-American woman employed as a mail carrier in the United and just the second American woman to work for the United States Postal Service.

Irene Curie Joliot. The elder daughter of Pierre and Marie Curie, Irène Curie-Joliot (1897-1956) followed in her parents' footsteps into the lab. She received a Nobel Price in chemistry in 1935. The Granger Collection, New York. Photos from: "Ten Historic Female Scientists You Should Know"

The elder daughter of Pierre and Marie Curie, Irène Curie-Joliot She received a Nobel Price in chemistry in The Granger Collection, New York. Photos from: "Ten Historic Female Scientists You Should Know"

Ethel and Julius Rosenberg, the first American civilians put to death under Section 2 of the Espionage Act, were executed by electric chair at the Sing Sing Correctional Facility NYC on the 19th of June 1953 after being convicted of conspiracy to commit espionage in a time of war. Charges were related to passing atomic bomb secrets to Russian agents.

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MLK Memorial Washington DC

Martin Luther King National Memorial, Washington DC this is one of the nicest memorials we where able to see

Photograph of President Gerald Ford and First Lady Betty Ford on the White House South Lawn, 05/09/1975

President Gerald Rudolph "Jerry" Ford, President of the United States, and his wife, First Lady Elizabeth "Betty" Ann Bloomer

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