Explore Canvas Walls, Canvas Art, and more!

Explore related topics

Beautiful portrait of President Lincoln looking relaxed and confident by Alexander Gardner (c. 1863).

Beautiful portrait of President Lincoln looking relaxed and confident by Alexander Gardner (c. 1863).

US Army Lt Ronald Reagan with his mother Nelle in a portrait shot sometime in 1942. The young lieutenant went on to become a Hollywood star, governor of California and, eventually, President of the United States of America.

Reagan Posing With His Mother (1940’s)

US Army Lt Ronald Reagan with his mother Nelle in a portrait shot sometime in 1942. The young lieutenant went on to become a Hollywood star, governor of California and, eventually, President of the United States of America.

Lady power! A fun photo of Eleanor Roosevelt and Helen Keller. // When you shop the Women's Causes section, 7% of proceeds go to The Athena Network.

Lady power! A fun photo of Eleanor Roosevelt and Helen Keller. // When you shop the Women's Causes section, 7% of proceeds go to The Athena Network.

Nelson Mandela - "Don't judge me by my successes, judge me by how many times I fell down and got back up again."                                                                                                                                                      Más

RIP Nelson Mandela: Stars Tweet Goodbye

Nelson Mandela - "Don't judge me by my successes, judge me by how many times I fell down and got back up again." Más

President & Tad Lincoln’s Christmas of 1863  During the Christmas season of 1863, the Lincolns’ son, Tad, had accompanied his father on hospital visits and noticed the loneliness of the wounded soldiers. Deeply moved, he asked his father if he could send books and clothing to these men. Packages signed “From Tad Lincoln” were sent to area hospitals that Christmas.  Lincoln voted in favor of keeping Christmas day a workday, because he felt he w

President & Tad Lincoln’s Christmas of 1863 During the Christmas season of 1863, the Lincolns’ son, Tad, had accompanied his father on hospital visits and noticed the loneliness of the wounded soldiers. Deeply moved, he asked his father if he could send books and clothing to these men. Packages signed “From Tad Lincoln” were sent to area hospitals that Christmas. Lincoln voted in favor of keeping Christmas day a workday, because he felt he w

Pinterest
Search