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Robert Todd Lincoln at the dedication of the Lincoln Memorial on May 30, 1922.
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Robert Todd Lincoln (First son of President Abraham Lincoln and Mary Todd Lincoln) at the dedication of the Lincoln Memorial on May 30, 1922. Robert would die four years later on July 26, 1926 at the age of 82.
Robert Lincoln, son of Abraham Lincoln, attends the dedication of the Lincoln Memorial, 1922.
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May 29, 1964: Caroline slips a small pin from John’s coat as they and their mother visit John F. Kennedy’s grave on what would have been his 47th birthday. John left the pin on the grave as a token of love.
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As the anniversary approached, black-bordered photographs of JFK went up in store windows everywhere. Jackie passed a dozen or more of these sad reminders. "I can’t stand it," she told her hairdresser, Rosemary Sorrentino. "Why do they remember the assassination? Why can’t they celebrate his birthday?" When November 22 finally arrived, she spent the day sitting on a bench in Central Park, she later recalled to a friend, "Crying my eyes out."
May 29, 1964: Caroline slips a small pin from John’s coat as they and their mother visit John F. Kennedy’s grave on what would have been his 47th birthday. John left the pin on the grave as a token of love. Kennedy family
May 29, 1964: Caroline slips a small pin from John’s coat as they and their mother visit John F. Kennedy’s grave on what would have been his 47th birthday. John left the pin on the grave as a token of love. I remember this...
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JFK and Caroline
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Caroline Kennedy and father John F. Kennedy, Jr. photographed by Richard Avedon, 1960. #kennedy #caroline #jfk
Caroline Kennedy & John F. Kennedy, photographed by Richard Avedon, 1960. Just a beautiful photo of father and daughter.
John Kennedy and daughter Caroline. Photos by Richard Avedon | Smithsonian's National Museum of American On January 3, 1961, www.atyourlibrary.org
President John F. Kennedy and Caroline by Richard Avedon-- what great photo. undated.
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President - James Abram Garfield, (1831-1881). One of the Gilded Age, American Presidents. Serving in c.1881, till he was unfortunately assassinated. Photograph between c.1870-1880..
James A. Garfield 20th U.S. President James Abram Garfield served as the 20th President of the United States, after completing nine consecutive terms in the U.S. House of Representatives. Wikipedia Born: November 19, 1831, Moreland Hills, OH Died: September 19, 1881, Elberon, NJ Full name: James Abram Garfield Vice president: Chester A. Arthur Presidential term: March 5, 1881 – September 19, 1881
20th President James Garfield was from Ohio.
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People have always told me that they like my sense of humor. People have told me that I've made their day by making them laugh, and I think that's something very special. My humor is a product of random thought dumping. I love turning any situation into a good time. Just by saying something absurd or poking fun at something makes people laugh. I feel like I know if I've gone too far as well. It's fun being goofy, but you must respect everyone's feelings!
Theodore Roosevelt, U.S. President, served 1901-1908 ~ #26
Theodore Roosevelt - Teddy Roosevelt was shot in an assassination attempt while delivering a speech in Milwaukee. "I don’t know whether you fully understand that I have just been shot," he told the stunned audience. "I give you my word, I do not care a rap about being shot; not a rap." He completed the 90-minute speech with the bullet still lodged in his chest.
I pin this picture of TR because no man to create a modern American, imperial mythology. He is in many respects the defining symbole of rugged American manliness and intellect in the 20th Century. He once was shot and refused to receive medical attention untill delivering the speech he came to give. He also was known for riding cookie sheets down the White House stairs with his kids, bearing nearly blind, very sickly and speaking in an extremely high pitched voice.
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George H.W. Bush
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George H.W. Bush 1948 George H.W. Bush was the first president to have an official baseball card issued highlighting his playing days at Yale. The card's front shows Bush with the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum seal.
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Harry S Truman
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How cute! (little Harry S Truman, president 33)
Harry Truman is 13 in this photo.
Secret Service agent, Tim McCarthy clasps his stomach after being shot spreadeagling himself between Ronald Reagan and John Hinckley Jr. March 30, 1981
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1981-MAR-30 REAGAN ASSASSINATION ATTEMPT - Secret Service agent, Tim McCarthy clasps his stomach after being shot spreadeagling himself between Ronald Reagan and John Hinckley Jr.
FILE - Secret Service agent Timothy J. McCarthy, foreground, Washington police officer, Thomas K. Delehanty, center, and presidential Press Secretary, James Brady, background, lie wounded on a street outside a Washington hotel after shots were fired at U.S. President Reagan on March 30, 1981.
Harry S. Truman in his uniform as a First Lieutenant in the United States Army, Battery D, 129th Field Artillery, 35th Division, September 1917.
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Veterans Day Spotlight: Harry S. Truman Harry Truman’s aspirations for a military career began back in high school, where he had hopes of attending West Point or Annapolis upon graduation in 1901. Although his poor eyesight prevented him from qualifying for admission, Truman did not entirely give up on a military career. Four years after graduation, Harry S. Truman joined Battery “B” of the Missouri National Guard. The Guard had created Battery “B” in Kansas City as an addition to the already established Battery “A” in St. Louis. This time, Truman didn’t take any chances and memorized the eye chart. He became a private in Light Artillery Battery “B,” First Brigade on June 14, 1905. Harry Truman left military service 37 years later as a Colonel in the U.S. Army Officers’ Reserve Corps. To learn more about President Truman’s military career: Speech given to National Guard Association Truman’s Life and Times: Military Service Photo: Harry S. Truman in is World War I Army uniform. First Lieutenant, Battery D 129th Field Artillery. 1914-1918. -from the Truman Library
04/12/1945 - U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt died in Warm Spring, GA. Harry S Truman became the 33rd President of the United States (1945–1953). Seen here in his World War I Army uniform, 1917. During World War I, Truman served in combat in France as an artillery officer in his National Guard unit.
Portrait of US Army 1st Lieutenant Harry Truman, 1917
The term “O.K.” derives from President Martin Van Buren who was known as “Old Kinderhook” because he was born and raised in Kinderhook, New York. “O.K.” clubs were created to support Van Buren’s presidential campaigns. Anything "O.K." was "all right!"
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Martin van Buren, 8th President of the USA: In office Mar. 4, 1837 – Mar. 4, 1841 Vice President Richard Johnson Political Party Free Soil Party (1848–1854), Democratic Party (1828–1848), Democratic-Republican Party (Before 1825) Personal Info Born Dec. 5, 1782 Died July 24, 1862 (at age 79) Religion Dutch Reformed Profession Lawyer Signature Wife Hannah Hoes (1807–1819) Children Abraham, John, Martin, Smith
Eighth president - NAME: Martin Van Buren OCCUPATION: U.S. President BIRTH DATE: December 05, 1782 DEATH DATE: July 24, 1862 PLACE OF BIRTH: Kinderhook, New York more about Martin BEST KNOWN FOR Politician Martin Van Buren was the eighth president of the United States. He also served as Senator, Secretary of State, and Vice President.
Ronald Reagan. 1934.
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Formal photograph of Ronald Reagan. 1934. Boy, to have him back?
Ronald Reagan--sure was a handsome young man!
President Reagan tearing down the Berlin wall
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President Reagan tearing down the Berlin wall 1989
USA President Ronald Reagan tearing down the Berlin wall in Germany 1989
Charles D’Emery’s 1938 photo shows the forming of Lincoln’s face at South Dakota’s Mount Rushmore.
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Mount Rushmore, South Dakota. Charles D’Emery’s 1938 photo shows the forming of Lincoln’s face.
Abraham Lincoln at Mt. Rushmore S.D. in 1938. by Charles D'Emery
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FDR Dies - 1945
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FDR dies of brain hemorrhage.
April 12th 1945: U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt dies suddenly. Harry S. Truman becomes president of the United States.
barbara bush and george wedding pic | Photograph courtesy of the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum~George and Barbara on their wedding day, January 6, 1945.
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Former president George Bush with Barbara on their wedding day in 1945.
President George H.W . Bush and First Lady Barbara Bush on their wedding day.
Future U.S. PRESIDENT GEORGE H.W. BUSH with his bride, future FIRST LADY BARBARA PIERCE. -- January 6, 1945
Barbara Pierce Bush and George H. W. Bush Wedding | Photograph courtesy of the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum~George and Barbara on their wedding day, January 6, 1945.
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Lyndon B. Johnson sings with his grandson and his dog Yuki. From the National Archives