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Historical Association of South Haven Vintage Poster #SouthHaven #Michigan…

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"Athenaeum Interior": Edgar W. Jenney. In the collection of the Nantucket Historical Association.

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W.R. Van Vliet's Canning Jars | Business, W. R. Van Vliet | Monroe County Historical Association

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from eHow

How to Protect Antique Papers

How to Protect Antique Papers - with links to other historical conservation information

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Shay #4, Mountain State Railroad and Logging Historical Association, Black Allegheny Mountain, Pocahantas County, West Virginia | Mark Serfass on 500px

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1941. During the Second World War, Prime Minister Winston Churchill visited the White House so frequently that staff members learned to anticipate his likes and dislikes. In late December 1941, Churchill posed on the lawn with Diana Hopkins, daughter of presidential aide Harry Hopkins, and Fala, the president’s Scottie.

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President Grover Cleveland, (1837-1908), was the first to have a tree illuminated by electricity in the White House, during America's Gilded Age era, c.1896. Cleveland served two terms as President, as the 22nd President from, c.1885 - c.1889, and as the 24th President from, c.1893 - c.1997. ~ {cwl} ~~ (Image: White House Historical Association - on flickr)

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Madison Cooper and Sironia-Waco, Texas

This gorgeous house is the Madison Cooper, Jr., mansion in Waco. Per the Texas State Historical Association Handbook: "COOPER, MADISON ALEXANDER, JR. (1894–1956). Madison Alexander Cooper, Jr., novelist and philanthropist, was born in Waco, Texas, on June 3, 1894, the son of Madison Alexander and Martha Dillon (Roane) Cooper.

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White House: The Diplomatic Reception Room around 1963 (White House Historical Association)

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The final Kennedy Cabinet Room in 1963, by Stéphane Boudin (White House Historical Association)

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