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Stock Photo #4301-1233, The Newseum building in Washington DC, USA
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The Newseum building in Washington DC, USA
Stock Photo #4017-3712, Martin Luther King Memorial, Washington, DC
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Martin Luther King Memorial, Washington, DC
Stock Photo #1486-5376, Statues at a railroad station, Union Station, Washington DC, USA
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Statues at a railroad station, Union Station, Washington DC, USA
Stock Photo #1370-42043, Tourists in front of a museum, National Air and Space Museum, Washington DC, USA
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Tourists in front of a museum, National Air and Space Museum, Washington DC, USA
Stock Photo #4048-9004, Gerald Ford at a Cabinet meeting during his first month as President. L-R: Henry Kissinger, Secy. of State, Pres. Ford, James Schlesinger, Defense Secy. Aug. 26, 1974.
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Gerald Ford at a Cabinet meeting during his first month as President. L-R: Henry Kissinger, Secy. of State, Pres. Ford, James...
Gerald Ford at a Cabinet meeting during his first month as President. L-R: Henry Kissinger, Secy. of State, Pres. Ford, James Schlesinger, Defense Secy. Aug. 26, 1974.
Stock Photo #4048-8938, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signs the joint congressional resolution declaring war with Japan at 4:10 PM, Dec. 8, 1941. Standing L-R: Rep. Sol Bloom, Luther Johnson, timing the signing, Charles Eaton , Joseph Martin, Vice President Henry Wallace, Speaker Sam Rayburn, John McCormack, Massachusetts, and Senator Charles McNary. FDR wears a black arm in mourning for his recently deceased mother, Sara Delano Roosevelt.
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President Franklin D. Roosevelt signs the joint congressional resolution declaring war with Japan at 4:10 PM, Dec. 8, 1941. S...
President Franklin D. Roosevelt signs the joint congressional resolution declaring war with Japan at 4:10 PM, Dec. 8, 1941. Standing L-R: Rep. Sol Bloom, Luther Johnson, timing the signing, Charles Eaton , Joseph Martin, Vice President Henry Wallace, Speaker Sam Rayburn, John McCormack, Massachusetts, and Senator Charles McNary. FDR wears a black arm in mourning for his recently deceased mother, Sara Delano Roosevelt.
Stock Photo #1561-631, Octagon House Washington, D.C. USA
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Octagon House Washington, D.C. USA
Stock Photo #1566-994965, Washington DC, fresh fish and shellfish market on Maine Ave, selling Chesapeake Bay blue crab and various fish, all fresh and live off the boats.
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Washington DC, fresh fish and shellfish market on Maine Ave, selling Chesapeake Bay blue crab and various fish, all fresh and...
Washington DC, fresh fish and shellfish market on Maine Ave, selling Chesapeake Bay blue crab and various fish, all fresh and live off the boats.
Stock Photo #1436R-118032, National Cathedral Washington, D.C. USA
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National Cathedral Washington, D.C. USA
Stock Photo #4048-8716, Crowds at Herbert Hoover's inauguration. A sea of umbrellas shelters people at the Capitol. March 4, 1929.
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Crowds at Herbert Hoover's inauguration. A sea of umbrellas shelters people at the Capitol. March 4, 1929.
Stock Photo #4048-9273, President Richard Nixon signs far reaching anti-pollution legislation. It will require the auto industry to produce virtually emission free cars by 1976. Applauding are William Ruckelshaus (left), head of the Environmental Protection Agency, and Russell Train, chairman of the Council on Environmental Quality. Dec. 31, 1970.
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President Richard Nixon signs far reaching anti-pollution legislation. It will require the auto industry to produce virtually...
President Richard Nixon signs far reaching anti-pollution legislation. It will require the auto industry to produce virtually emission free cars by 1976. Applauding are William Ruckelshaus (left), head of the Environmental Protection Agency, and Russell Train, chairman of the Council on Environmental Quality. Dec. 31, 1970.
Stock Photo #1561-587, Georgetown Washington, D.C. USA
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Georgetown Washington, D.C. USA
Stock Photo #1927-4801, Statue of John Swigert, Jr.an astronaut, one of two for the state of Colorado in the United States Capital.Washington D.C.
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Statue of John Swigert, Jr.an astronaut, one of two for the state of Colorado in the United States Capital.Washington D.C.
Stock Photo #4048-8902, President Eisenhower and John Foster Dulles at the White House. The Eisenhower-Dulles foreign policy focused on the containment of communism through alliances, covert operations, and military interventions. Dec. 11, 1957.
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President Eisenhower and John Foster Dulles at the White House. The Eisenhower-Dulles foreign policy focused on the containme...
President Eisenhower and John Foster Dulles at the White House. The Eisenhower-Dulles foreign policy focused on the containment of communism through alliances, covert operations, and military interventions. Dec. 11, 1957.
Stock Photo #4048-9169, Senator Richard Nixon calls for continuing HUAC's Alger Hiss investigation. Jan 27, 1950 headline reads: New Hiss Probe Asked by Nixon. A few days earlier Alger Hiss was convicted of perjury concerning his Communist past, and sentenced to 5 years in jail.
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Senator Richard Nixon calls for continuing HUAC's Alger Hiss investigation. Jan 27, 1950 headline reads: New Hiss Probe Asked...
Senator Richard Nixon calls for continuing HUAC's Alger Hiss investigation. Jan 27, 1950 headline reads: New Hiss Probe Asked by Nixon. A few days earlier Alger Hiss was convicted of perjury concerning his Communist past, and sentenced to 5 years in jail.
Stock Photo #1060-1699, COELOSTAT FOR NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES BUILDING IN WASHINGTON, DC.
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COELOSTAT FOR NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES BUILDING IN WASHINGTON, DC.
Stock Photo #4048-8715, Herbert Hoover takes oath of office as President in Washington. Oath administered by Chief Justice William Howard (left). March 4, 1929.
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Herbert Hoover takes oath of office as President in Washington. Oath administered by Chief Justice William Howard (left). Mar...
Herbert Hoover takes oath of office as President in Washington. Oath administered by Chief Justice William Howard (left). March 4, 1929.
Stock Photo #255-45575, Cars parked in front of an art museum, National Gallery of Art, Washington DC, USA
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Cars parked in front of an art museum, National Gallery of Art, Washington DC, USA
Stock Photo #4048-9256, President Richard Nixon holds first formal meeting of his cabinet. Clockwise around the table: Robert Mayo, Budget Director, Robert Finch, HEW, Walter Hinckle, Interior, David Kennedy, Treasury, VP Spiro Agnew, John Mitchell, Atty. Gen., Maurice Stans, Commerce, John Volpe, Transport, Charles Yost, UN Amb., George Shultz, Labor, Winton Blount, Post master, William Rogers, State, Pres. Nixon, Melvin Laird, Defense, Clifford Hardin, Agriculture, George Romney, HUD. Jan 22, 1969.
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President Richard Nixon holds first formal meeting of his cabinet. Clockwise around the table: Robert Mayo, Budget Director, ...
President Richard Nixon holds first formal meeting of his cabinet. Clockwise around the table: Robert Mayo, Budget Director, Robert Finch, HEW, Walter Hinckle, Interior, David Kennedy, Treasury, VP Spiro Agnew, John Mitchell, Atty. Gen., Maurice Stans, Commerce, John Volpe, Transport, Charles Yost, UN Amb., George Shultz, Labor, Winton Blount, Post master, William Rogers, State, Pres. Nixon, Melvin Laird, Defense, Clifford Hardin, Agriculture, George Romney, HUD. Jan 22, 1969.
Stock Photo #4332-3461, USA, Washington, Washington DC, Statue of Alexander Hamilton, First Secretary of Treasury, Steps of Treasury Department
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USA, Washington, Washington DC, Statue of Alexander Hamilton, First Secretary of Treasury, Steps of Treasury Department
Stock Photo #4048-8642, Ralph Nader and Nader's Raiders on steps of U.S. Capitol, Washington D.C. 1969. Photo: John G. Zimmerman Archive / Courtesy Everett Collection
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Ralph Nader and Nader's Raiders on steps of U.S. Capitol, Washington D.C. 1969. Photo: John G. Zimmerman Archive / Courtesy E...
Ralph Nader and Nader's Raiders on steps of U.S. Capitol, Washington D.C. 1969. Photo: John G. Zimmerman Archive / Courtesy Everett Collection
Stock Photo #4332-3449, USA, Washington, Washington DC, United States Capitol Building at dusk with reflecting pool in foreground
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USA, Washington, Washington DC, United States Capitol Building at dusk with reflecting pool in foreground
Stock Photo #1566-994964, Washington DC, fresh fish and shellfish market on Maine Ave, selling Chesapeake Bay blue crab and various fish, all fresh and live off the boats.
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Washington DC, fresh fish and shellfish market on Maine Ave, selling Chesapeake Bay blue crab and various fish, all fresh and...
Washington DC, fresh fish and shellfish market on Maine Ave, selling Chesapeake Bay blue crab and various fish, all fresh and live off the boats.
Stock Photo #1035-12913, Washington, D.C.: September 20, 1960 Senator John F. Kennedy as he spoke tonight at a $100-a-plate fund raising dinner. His wife, Jacqueline, watches the Democratic presidential nominee as he outlines his plan to preserve and further U.S. world leadership against the efforts of Communism. It was his first nationwide televised speech of the presidential campaign.
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Washington, D.C.: September 20, 1960 Senator John F. Kennedy as he spoke tonight at a $100-a-plate fund raising dinner. His w...
Washington, D.C.: September 20, 1960 Senator John F. Kennedy as he spoke tonight at a $100-a-plate fund raising dinner. His wife, Jacqueline, watches the Democratic presidential nominee as he outlines his plan to preserve and further U.S. world leadership against the efforts of Communism. It was his first nationwide televised speech of the presidential campaign.
Stock Photo #4301-1244, Colourful frontages of old terrace houses on a street corner in the historic district of Georgetown in the Fall, Washington DC, USA
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Colourful frontages of old terrace houses on a street corner in the historic district of Georgetown in the Fall, Washington D...
Colourful frontages of old terrace houses on a street corner in the historic district of Georgetown in the Fall, Washington DC, USA
Stock Photo #1096-2118A, Facade of the Arts and Industries Building, Washington, D.C., USA
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Facade of the Arts and Industries Building, Washington, D.C., USA
Stock Photo #4048-9846, President John Kennedy's lying in State ceremonies. Jacqueline and Caroline Kennedy at the late President's coffin in the Capitol Rotunda. Nov. 24, 1963.
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President John Kennedy's lying in State ceremonies. Jacqueline and Caroline Kennedy at the late President's coffin in the Cap...
President John Kennedy's lying in State ceremonies. Jacqueline and Caroline Kennedy at the late President's coffin in the Capitol Rotunda. Nov. 24, 1963.
Stock Photo #4048-10705, White House state dinner quests at Grand Stair Case. L-R: Tunisian President Habib Bourguiba, Mrs. Bourguiba, Jacqueline Kennedy, President Kennedy. Behind the group is General C.V. Clifton. May 4, 1961.
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White House state dinner quests at Grand Stair Case. L-R: Tunisian President Habib Bourguiba, Mrs. Bourguiba, Jacqueline Kenn...
White House state dinner quests at Grand Stair Case. L-R: Tunisian President Habib Bourguiba, Mrs. Bourguiba, Jacqueline Kennedy, President Kennedy. Behind the group is General C.V. Clifton. May 4, 1961.
Stock Photo #4048-9547, Anthony Ulasewicz, was a former New York City detective who worked as private investigator for the White House. Photo shows Ulasewicz taping a key to an airport public telephone to a locker containing money for Howard Hunt, one of the Watergate burglars. July 23, 1973.
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Anthony Ulasewicz, was a former New York City detective who worked as private investigator for the White House. Photo shows U...
Anthony Ulasewicz, was a former New York City detective who worked as private investigator for the White House. Photo shows Ulasewicz taping a key to an airport public telephone to a locker containing money for Howard Hunt, one of the Watergate burglars. July 23, 1973.
Stock Photo #1288-771, Low angle view of an aircraft displayed in a museum, National Air and Space Museum, Washington DC, USA
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Low angle view of an aircraft displayed in a museum, National Air and Space Museum, Washington DC, USA
Stock Photo #4048-9185, Addressing Congress, President Richard Nixon announces a 90-day wage-rent freeze to be started on August 15, 1971, would not be extended. Behind him are Vice Pres. Spiro Agnew (left) and House speaker Carl Albert. Sept. 9, 1971.
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Addressing Congress, President Richard Nixon announces a 90-day wage-rent freeze to be started on August 15, 1971, would not ...
Addressing Congress, President Richard Nixon announces a 90-day wage-rent freeze to be started on August 15, 1971, would not be extended. Behind him are Vice Pres. Spiro Agnew (left) and House speaker Carl Albert. Sept. 9, 1971.
Stock Photo #4048-9981, Hunger marchers leave the capital. They traveled to Washington DC from across the country, in Fall 1932 to protest and present their petitions to the presiding officers of the House and Senate. Dec. 7, 1932.
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Hunger marchers leave the capital. They traveled to Washington DC from across the country, in Fall 1932 to protest and presen...
Hunger marchers leave the capital. They traveled to Washington DC from across the country, in Fall 1932 to protest and present their petitions to the presiding officers of the House and Senate. Dec. 7, 1932.
Stock Photo #4048-9154, President Richard Nixon waves to the crowd during inaugural ceremonies at Capitol Hill. L-R: Chief Justice of the U.S. Warren Burger: Pres. Nixon, Pat Nixon, Vice Pres. Spiro Agnew, and Judy Agnew. Jan. 20, 1973.
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President Richard Nixon waves to the crowd during inaugural ceremonies at Capitol Hill. L-R: Chief Justice of the U.S. Warren...
President Richard Nixon waves to the crowd during inaugural ceremonies at Capitol Hill. L-R: Chief Justice of the U.S. Warren Burger: Pres. Nixon, Pat Nixon, Vice Pres. Spiro Agnew, and Judy Agnew. Jan. 20, 1973.
Stock Photo #1035-12995, Washington, D.C.: June 14, 1963 Attorney General Robert Kennedy addresses civil rights demonstrators in front of the Justice Deaprtment today.
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Washington, D.C.: June 14, 1963 Attorney General Robert Kennedy addresses civil rights demonstrators in front of the Justice ...
Washington, D.C.: June 14, 1963 Attorney General Robert Kennedy addresses civil rights demonstrators in front of the Justice Deaprtment today.
Stock Photo #4332-4241, Boughs of Western Red Cedar, Thuja plicata, Olympic Peninsula, Olympic National Forest, Washington.
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Boughs of Western Red Cedar, Thuja plicata, Olympic Peninsula, Olympic National Forest, Washington.
Stock Photo #4332-3457, USA, Washington, Washington DC, Washington Monument viewed at dawn from steps of Lincoln Memorial
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USA, Washington, Washington DC, Washington Monument viewed at dawn from steps of Lincoln Memorial
Stock Photo #4048-10674, President Kennedy signing the Manpower Development and Training Act of 1962. Among the witnesses are Secretary of Labor Arthur Goldberg, Vice President Johnson, Labor Leader George Meany, and Rep. Adam Clayton Powell. March 15, 1962.
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President Kennedy signing the Manpower Development and Training Act of 1962. Among the witnesses are Secretary of Labor Arthu...
President Kennedy signing the Manpower Development and Training Act of 1962. Among the witnesses are Secretary of Labor Arthur Goldberg, Vice President Johnson, Labor Leader George Meany, and Rep. Adam Clayton Powell. March 15, 1962.
Stock Photo #4048-9140, Actor Ronald Reagan testified to HUAC about the influence of Communist subversives within the motion picture industry. Reagan was then President of the Screen Actors Guild and was a friendly witness. Oct. 23, 1947.
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Actor Ronald Reagan testified to HUAC about the influence of Communist subversives within the motion picture industry. Reagan...
Actor Ronald Reagan testified to HUAC about the influence of Communist subversives within the motion picture industry. Reagan was then President of the Screen Actors Guild and was a friendly witness. Oct. 23, 1947.
Stock Photo #1481-342, USA, Washington DC, Washington Monument with Cherry Blossoms
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USA, Washington DC, Washington Monument with Cherry Blossoms
Stock Photo #4048-9928, Eunice Shriver receives a signing pen from her brother, President John Kennedy. He called her the No. 1 lobbyist for the $355 million bill he just signed. It would will combat mental retardation through improved maternal and infant care. Oct. 24, 1963.
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Eunice Shriver receives a signing pen from her brother, President John Kennedy. He called her the No. 1 lobbyist for the $355...
Eunice Shriver receives a signing pen from her brother, President John Kennedy. He called her the No. 1 lobbyist for the $355 million bill he just signed. It would will combat mental retardation through improved maternal and infant care. Oct. 24, 1963.
Stock Photo #1070-801, High angle view of a biplane in a museum, Wright 1903 Flyer, National Air and Space Museum, Washington DC, USA
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High angle view of a biplane in a museum, Wright 1903 Flyer, National Air and Space Museum, Washington DC, USA
Stock Photo #1916-5582, USA, Washington DC, National Zoo, Close up of Ring-tailed Lemur (Lemur catta)
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USA, Washington DC, National Zoo, Close up of Ring-tailed Lemur (Lemur catta)
Stock Photo #1481-354, USA, Washington DC, Pink Flamangos
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USA, Washington DC, Pink Flamangos
Stock Photo #1035-12918, Washington, D.C.: November 13, 1961 President and Mrs. Kennedy congratulate cellist Pablo Casals after his White House concert. Mrs. Rose Kennedy is at the far right
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Washington, D.C.: November 13, 1961 President and Mrs. Kennedy congratulate cellist Pablo Casals after his White House concer...
Washington, D.C.: November 13, 1961 President and Mrs. Kennedy congratulate cellist Pablo Casals after his White House concert. Mrs. Rose Kennedy is at the far right
Stock Photo #4048-9258, President Richard Nixon with his full second term cabinet.
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President Richard Nixon with his full second term cabinet.
Stock Photo #4048-9327, Anti-Nixon demonstrators at the White House. One demonstrator wears a Nixon mask and a striped prison uniform. They protested Nixon's dismissal of independent special prosecutor Archibald Cox, and the resignations of Attorney General Elliot Richardson and Deputy Attorney General William Ruckelshaus. Oct. 22, 1973.
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Anti-Nixon demonstrators at the White House. One demonstrator wears a Nixon mask and a striped prison uniform. They protested...
Anti-Nixon demonstrators at the White House. One demonstrator wears a Nixon mask and a striped prison uniform. They protested Nixon's dismissal of independent special prosecutor Archibald Cox, and the resignations of Attorney General Elliot Richardson and Deputy Attorney General William Ruckelshaus. Oct. 22, 1973.
Stock Photo #1927-4792, Apollo-Soyuz Test Project, a venture between United State and Russia.National Air and Space Museum on The Mall.Washington D.C.
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Apollo-Soyuz Test Project, a venture between United State and Russia.National Air and Space Museum on The Mall.Washington D.C...
Apollo-Soyuz Test Project, a venture between United State and Russia.National Air and Space Museum on The Mall.Washington D.C.
Stock Photo #4048-9172, President Richard Nixon after signing Senate Bill 1075, creating the Council of Environmental Quality on Jan. 1, 1970. Six months later, by executive order, he created the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) as a single, independent federal agency .
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President Richard Nixon after signing Senate Bill 1075, creating the Council of Environmental Quality on Jan. 1, 1970. Six mo...
President Richard Nixon after signing Senate Bill 1075, creating the Council of Environmental Quality on Jan. 1, 1970. Six months later, by executive order, he created the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) as a single, independent federal agency .
Stock Photo #4048-9923, Jacqueline Kennedy, in doorway of her temporary Georgetown home after leaving the White House. Robert and Ethel Kennedy, helped the former First Lady move out of the White House. Dec. 6, 1963.
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Jacqueline Kennedy, in doorway of her temporary Georgetown home after leaving the White House. Robert and Ethel Kennedy, help...
Jacqueline Kennedy, in doorway of her temporary Georgetown home after leaving the White House. Robert and Ethel Kennedy, helped the former First Lady move out of the White House. Dec. 6, 1963.
Stock Photo #4048-10713, President Kennedy throws out first ball of the 32nd All-Star Baseball Game. Flanking the President, L-R: Speaker John McCormack, Dave Powers, VP Johnson, President Kennedy, Baseball Commissioner Ford Frick, Lawrence O'Brien. July 10, 1962.
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President Kennedy throws out first ball of the 32nd All-Star Baseball Game. Flanking the President, L-R: Speaker John McCorma...
President Kennedy throws out first ball of the 32nd All-Star Baseball Game. Flanking the President, L-R: Speaker John McCormack, Dave Powers, VP Johnson, President Kennedy, Baseball Commissioner Ford Frick, Lawrence O'Brien. July 10, 1962.
Stock Photo #4048-9372, President Richard and Pat Nixon at the 1973 Inaugural Concerts. They are in the presidential box at the Eisenhower Theater at the John F. Kennedy Center. Jan 19, 1973.
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President Richard and Pat Nixon at the 1973 Inaugural Concerts. They are in the presidential box at the Eisenhower Theater at...
President Richard and Pat Nixon at the 1973 Inaugural Concerts. They are in the presidential box at the Eisenhower Theater at the John F. Kennedy Center. Jan 19, 1973.
Stock Photo #4048-9343, Pat Nixon and Mamie Eisenhower talking to guests at the biennial convention of the National Federation of Republican Women. Oct. 8, 1969.
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Pat Nixon and Mamie Eisenhower talking to guests at the biennial convention of the National Federation of Republican Women. O...
Pat Nixon and Mamie Eisenhower talking to guests at the biennial convention of the National Federation of Republican Women. Oct. 8, 1969.
Stock Photo #4048-9393, President Lyndon Johnson signing the 1964 Civil Rights bill. July 2, 1964.
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President Lyndon Johnson signing the 1964 Civil Rights bill. July 2, 1964.
Stock Photo #1060-1370, SPECTROGRAPH MOUNTING FOR NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES BUILDING IN WASHINGTON, DC.
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SPECTROGRAPH MOUNTING FOR NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES BUILDING IN WASHINGTON, DC.
Stock Photo #4048-9449, President Lyndon Johnson signs a $102 billion education bill at the White House today. It authorized a five-year program of federal grants and loans for construction of public and private higher education academic facilities. It was LBJ's first ceremonial signing of legislation. Dec. 16, 1963.
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President Lyndon Johnson signs a $102 billion education bill at the White House today. It authorized a five-year program of f...
President Lyndon Johnson signs a $102 billion education bill at the White House today. It authorized a five-year program of federal grants and loans for construction of public and private higher education academic facilities. It was LBJ's first ceremonial signing of legislation. Dec. 16, 1963.
Stock Photo #4048-10723, Cuban Missile Crisis. President John Kennedy and Robert McNamara in discussion outside the West Wing. Oct. 29. 1962.
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Cuban Missile Crisis. President John Kennedy and Robert McNamara in discussion outside the West Wing. Oct. 29. 1962.
Stock Photo #1927-4798, The National Archives, home of the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence.The Mall,Washington D.C.
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The National Archives, home of the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence.The Mall,Washington D.C.
Stock Photo #4313-1559, USA, Washington, Dead spruce trees on Rialto Beach in Olympic National Park
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USA, Washington, Dead spruce trees on Rialto Beach in Olympic National Park
Stock Photo #4048-9909, British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan meets with President John Kennedy in Washington. Macmillan was speaking with a group of descendants of Union Civil War Veterans who received the Congressional Medal of Honor. April 28, 1962.
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British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan meets with President John Kennedy in Washington. Macmillan was speaking with a group ...
British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan meets with President John Kennedy in Washington. Macmillan was speaking with a group of descendants of Union Civil War Veterans who received the Congressional Medal of Honor. April 28, 1962.
Stock Photo #4048-9941, Sen. John Kennedy after making a foreign policy speech in the Senate. He prompted the Eisenhower administration go tell Americans the 'blunt truth' about the situation in Indo-China, as Vietnam was call in the early 1950's.
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Sen. John Kennedy after making a foreign policy speech in the Senate. He prompted the Eisenhower administration go tell Ameri...
Sen. John Kennedy after making a foreign policy speech in the Senate. He prompted the Eisenhower administration go tell Americans the 'blunt truth' about the situation in Indo-China, as Vietnam was call in the early 1950's.
Stock Photo #4048-10371, Bonus Army Veterans protest the adjournment of Congress before the Senate took action of the Bonus Bill. The House of Representatives passed the bill on June 15, 1932. July 5, 1932.
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Bonus Army Veterans protest the adjournment of Congress before the Senate took action of the Bonus Bill. The House of Represe...
Bonus Army Veterans protest the adjournment of Congress before the Senate took action of the Bonus Bill. The House of Representatives passed the bill on June 15, 1932. July 5, 1932.
Stock Photo #1596-3642, Relief depicting a funeral scene, Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, National Mall, Washington DC, USA
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Relief depicting a funeral scene, Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, National Mall, Washington DC, USA
Stock Photo #1481-356, USA, Washington DC, Pink Flamangos
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USA, Washington DC, Pink Flamangos
Stock Photo #4048-8722, Republican nominee Hoover heads the greeting party for President and Mrs. Coolidge. L-R: First Lady Grace Coolidge, Calvin Coolidge, Mrs. Lou Hoover, and Herbert Hoover. Sept. 15, 1928
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Republican nominee Hoover heads the greeting party for President and Mrs. Coolidge. L-R: First Lady Grace Coolidge, Calvin Co...
Republican nominee Hoover heads the greeting party for President and Mrs. Coolidge. L-R: First Lady Grace Coolidge, Calvin Coolidge, Mrs. Lou Hoover, and Herbert Hoover. Sept. 15, 1928
Stock Photo #4048-9545, Senate Watergate Committee. Vice Chairman Howard Baker, an amateur photographer, borrowed a newsman’s camera to take a picture of Chairman Sam Ervin. July 13, 1973.
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Senate Watergate Committee. Vice Chairman Howard Baker, an amateur photographer, borrowed a newsman’s camera to take a pictur...
Senate Watergate Committee. Vice Chairman Howard Baker, an amateur photographer, borrowed a newsman’s camera to take a picture of Chairman Sam Ervin. July 13, 1973.
Stock Photo #4048-9423, Lady Bird Johnson planting pansies on the famed Capitol Mall. She advocated national 'Beautification', a soft approach to environmentalism. March 9, 1965.
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Lady Bird Johnson planting pansies on the famed Capitol Mall. She advocated national 'Beautification', a soft approach to env...
Lady Bird Johnson planting pansies on the famed Capitol Mall. She advocated national 'Beautification', a soft approach to environmentalism. March 9, 1965.
Stock Photo #4048-9250, President Richard Nixon and Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir hold hands following a White House dinner. March 1, 1973
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President Richard Nixon and Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir hold hands following a White House dinner. March 1, 1973
Stock Photo #1566-994967, Washington DC, fresh fish and shellfish market on Maine Ave, selling Chesapeake Bay blue crab and various fish, all fresh and live off the boats.
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Washington DC, fresh fish and shellfish market on Maine Ave, selling Chesapeake Bay blue crab and various fish, all fresh and...
Washington DC, fresh fish and shellfish market on Maine Ave, selling Chesapeake Bay blue crab and various fish, all fresh and live off the boats.
Stock Photo #4332-3451, USA, Washington, Washington DC, Attorneys on steps of United States Supreme Court
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Stock Photo #1370-41992, Monument in a cemetery, 23rd Infantry Division Monument, Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Virginia, USA
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Monument in a cemetery, 23rd Infantry Division Monument, Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Virginia, USA
Stock Photo #4048-8946, President Franklin Roosevelt taking the oath of office on Jan. 20, 1941. L-R: Chief Justice Charles Evans Hughes, Charles Elmore Cropley, Clerk of the Supreme Court, Tommy Qualters, FDR's body guard, President Roosevelt. Jan 20, 1941.
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President Franklin Roosevelt taking the oath of office on Jan. 20, 1941. L-R: Chief Justice Charles Evans Hughes, Charles Elm...
President Franklin Roosevelt taking the oath of office on Jan. 20, 1941. L-R: Chief Justice Charles Evans Hughes, Charles Elmore Cropley, Clerk of the Supreme Court, Tommy Qualters, FDR's body guard, President Roosevelt. Jan 20, 1941.
Stock Photo #4048-9055, President Franklin Roosevelt and Vice President John Nance Garner at the White House. June 12, 1936.
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President Franklin Roosevelt and Vice President John Nance Garner at the White House. June 12, 1936.
Stock Photo #4301-1215, The Lincoln Memorial from the Reflecting Pool in the Fall, Washington DC, USA
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The Lincoln Memorial from the Reflecting Pool in the Fall, Washington DC, USA
Stock Photo #4048-9171, President Richard Nixon's bad hair day. A wind-blown Nixon was leading a ceremony at the White House lawn to welcome to German Chancellor Willy Brandt. April 10, 1970.
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President Richard Nixon's bad hair day. A wind-blown Nixon was leading a ceremony at the White House lawn to welcome to Germa...
President Richard Nixon's bad hair day. A wind-blown Nixon was leading a ceremony at the White House lawn to welcome to German Chancellor Willy Brandt. April 10, 1970.
Stock Photo #4048-9446, President Lyndon Johnson tugs the legs of his baby grandson, Lyndon Patrick Nugent. In the background is the audience remaining from the ceremony marking the 25th anniversary of the release of atomic energy, at the University of Chicago in 1942. Dec. 2, 1967.
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President Lyndon Johnson tugs the legs of his baby grandson, Lyndon Patrick Nugent. In the background is the audience remaini...
President Lyndon Johnson tugs the legs of his baby grandson, Lyndon Patrick Nugent. In the background is the audience remaining from the ceremony marking the 25th anniversary of the release of atomic energy, at the University of Chicago in 1942. Dec. 2, 1967.
Stock Photo #4048-9374, Protester arrested at President Richard Nixon's 1973 Inauguration. Police drag away an antiwar demonstrator from the Inaugural Parade. Jan 20, 1973.
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Protester arrested at President Richard Nixon's 1973 Inauguration. Police drag away an antiwar demonstrator from the Inaugura...
Protester arrested at President Richard Nixon's 1973 Inauguration. Police drag away an antiwar demonstrator from the Inaugural Parade. Jan 20, 1973.
Stock Photo #4048-8377, President Richard Nixon smiles during a White House signing ceremony. The bill will cut taxes $15.7 billion over the next 3 years and affect nearly every taxpayer from the poorest individual to the largest corporation. Dec. 10, 1971.
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President Richard Nixon smiles during a White House signing ceremony. The bill will cut taxes $15.7 billion over the next 3 y...
President Richard Nixon smiles during a White House signing ceremony. The bill will cut taxes $15.7 billion over the next 3 years and affect nearly every taxpayer from the poorest individual to the largest corporation. Dec. 10, 1971.
Stock Photo #4301-1175, Statue of Thomas Jefferson below the dome inside the neoclassical Jefferson Memorial in Washington DC, USA with Autumn sunlight
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Statue of Thomas Jefferson below the dome inside the neoclassical Jefferson Memorial in Washington DC, USA with Autumn sunlig...
Statue of Thomas Jefferson below the dome inside the neoclassical Jefferson Memorial in Washington DC, USA with Autumn sunlight
Stock Photo #4048-8833, FDR's third term Vice President, Henry A. Wallace took the oath of office as administered by outgoing VP, John Nance Garner. L-R: Chief Justice, Charles Evans Hughes, Thomas Qualters, FDR's Bodyguard, VP Wallace, President Roosevelt, directly behind Wallace, Capt. James Roosevelt, John Nance Garner, and Cordell Hull. Jan 20, 1941.
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FDR's third term Vice President, Henry A. Wallace took the oath of office as administered by outgoing VP, John Nance Garner. ...
FDR's third term Vice President, Henry A. Wallace took the oath of office as administered by outgoing VP, John Nance Garner. L-R: Chief Justice, Charles Evans Hughes, Thomas Qualters, FDR's Bodyguard, VP Wallace, President Roosevelt, directly behind Wallace, Capt. James Roosevelt, John Nance Garner, and Cordell Hull. Jan 20, 1941.
Stock Photo #255-424019, USA, Washington D.C., looking North from Washington Monument, showing White House and Treasury
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Stock Photo #1561-200, Interior of a cathedral, National Cathedral, Washington DC, USA
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Stock Photo #1035-12776, Washington, D.C.: March 1, 1961 President Kennedy at a press conference where he said that no proposal has been made for lessening reliance on nuclear weapons for military defense.
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Washington, D.C.: March 1, 1961 President Kennedy at a press conference where he said that no proposal has been made for less...
Washington, D.C.: March 1, 1961 President Kennedy at a press conference where he said that no proposal has been made for lessening reliance on nuclear weapons for military defense.
Stock Photo #4313-1552, USA, Washington, Panorama of Lake Crescent in Olympic National Park
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Stock Photo #4048-9397, President Johnson takes the oath of office at his 1964 Inauguration. L-R: President and Mrs. Johnson, Vice President Hubert Humphrey, and Chief Justice Earl Warren. Jan. 20, 1964.
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President Johnson takes the oath of office at his 1964 Inauguration. L-R: President and Mrs. Johnson, Vice President Hubert H...
President Johnson takes the oath of office at his 1964 Inauguration. L-R: President and Mrs. Johnson, Vice President Hubert Humphrey, and Chief Justice Earl Warren. Jan. 20, 1964.
Stock Photo #1035-12774, Washington, D.C.: February 20, 1962 President Kennedy and Canadian Prime Minister John Diefenbaker talk and walk across the White House grounds after their luncheon.
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Washington, D.C.: February 20, 1962 President Kennedy and Canadian Prime Minister John Diefenbaker talk and walk across the W...
Washington, D.C.: February 20, 1962 President Kennedy and Canadian Prime Minister John Diefenbaker talk and walk across the White House grounds after their luncheon.
Stock Photo #1436R-118029, Washington, D.C. USA
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Stock Photo #1035-12571, Washington, D.C.: 1886. The youngest First Lady in history, twenty-one year old Frances Folsom Cleveland.
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Washington, D.C.: 1886. The youngest First Lady in history, twenty-one year old Frances Folsom Cleveland.
Stock Photo #2061-582023, Basilica of the National Shrine of Immaculate Conception Washington, D.C. USA
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Basilica of the National Shrine of Immaculate Conception Washington, D.C. USA
Stock Photo #4048-9037, President Franklin Roosevelt at a picnic he gave for members of the press who accompanied him from Washington DC to his Hudson Valley home, in Hyde Park, New York. Sept 11, 1935.
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President Franklin Roosevelt at a picnic he gave for members of the press who accompanied him from Washington DC to his Hudso...
President Franklin Roosevelt at a picnic he gave for members of the press who accompanied him from Washington DC to his Hudson Valley home, in Hyde Park, New York. Sept 11, 1935.
Stock Photo #255-41617, American Flag superimposed on the US Supreme Court and Capitol Building, Washington DC, USA
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Stock Photo #4048-8800, Three Vice Presidents. L-R: Alben Barkley, Henry Wallace, Harry Truman. Ca. 1940-44.
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Three Vice Presidents. L-R: Alben Barkley, Henry Wallace, Harry Truman. Ca. 1940-44.
Stock Photo #4048-9632, Ku Klux Klansmen warn Great Depression era Hunger Marchers. Howard E. Bitting (left) grand Cyclops, and J.L. Raskin, Grand Dragon of the State of Virginia, held a mass rally in Arlington, Va. They pledged to keeping Hunger Marchers out of Washington, DC, if they marched by way of Virginia. Dec. 12, 1932.
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Ku Klux Klansmen warn Great Depression era Hunger Marchers. Howard E. Bitting (left) grand Cyclops, and J.L. Raskin, Grand Dr...
Ku Klux Klansmen warn Great Depression era Hunger Marchers. Howard E. Bitting (left) grand Cyclops, and J.L. Raskin, Grand Dragon of the State of Virginia, held a mass rally in Arlington, Va. They pledged to keeping Hunger Marchers out of Washington, DC, if they marched by way of Virginia. Dec. 12, 1932.
Stock Photo #1596-3649, Bronze statue of a man listening to radio during great depression, Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, National Mall, Washington DC, USA
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Bronze statue of a man listening to radio during great depression, Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, National Mall, Washing...
Bronze statue of a man listening to radio during great depression, Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, National Mall, Washington DC, USA
Stock Photo #4048-8951, President Eisenhower's grandchildren see him off on his trip the East Asia. L-R: Vice Pres. Richard Nixon, grandson David, granddaughters Barbara Anne, Susan, and Mary Jean, President Eisenhower. Secy. of State Christian stands in back. June 12, 1960.
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President Eisenhower's grandchildren see him off on his trip the East Asia. L-R: Vice Pres. Richard Nixon, grandson David, gr...
President Eisenhower's grandchildren see him off on his trip the East Asia. L-R: Vice Pres. Richard Nixon, grandson David, granddaughters Barbara Anne, Susan, and Mary Jean, President Eisenhower. Secy. of State Christian stands in back. June 12, 1960.
Stock Photo #4048-9850, President John Kennedy with his long time aide and speech writer, Theodore Sorensen. From their collaboration came the speeches in which Kennedy inspired the Nation to go to the moon, accept the challenges of the Cold War, and the Civil Rights movement. Jan 7, 1962.
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President John Kennedy with his long time aide and speech writer, Theodore Sorensen. From their collaboration came the speech...
President John Kennedy with his long time aide and speech writer, Theodore Sorensen. From their collaboration came the speeches in which Kennedy inspired the Nation to go to the moon, accept the challenges of the Cold War, and the Civil Rights movement. Jan 7, 1962.
Stock Photo #1035-12650, Washington, D.C. 1954 Sen. Joseph McCarthy (l) chats with his attorney Roy Cohn (r) during Senate Subcommittee hearings on the McCarthy-Army dispute
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Washington, D.C. 1954 Sen. Joseph McCarthy (l) chats with his attorney Roy Cohn (r) during Senate Subcommittee hearings on th...
Washington, D.C. 1954 Sen. Joseph McCarthy (l) chats with his attorney Roy Cohn (r) during Senate Subcommittee hearings on the McCarthy-Army dispute
Stock Photo #4048-10708, President and Jacqueline Kennedy in the White House Oval Room.
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President and Jacqueline Kennedy in the White House Oval Room.
Stock Photo #4316-5962, USA, Washington D.C., American flags at base of Washington Monument
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Stock Photo #1370-41854, Facade of a railway station, Union Station, Washington DC, USA
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Stock Photo #4048-9894, President Kennedy wearing a Fedora. He was leaving St. Mathews Cathedral in rainy weather. May 11, 1961
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President Kennedy wearing a Fedora. He was leaving St. Mathews Cathedral in rainy weather. May 11, 1961
Stock Photo #105-247, Facade of a government building, US Treasury Department, Washington DC, USA
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Facade of a government building, US Treasury Department, Washington DC, USA
Stock Photo #4048-8727, President Franklin Roosevelt in his White House study with his trademark long cigarette holder. 1943.
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President Franklin Roosevelt in his White House study with his trademark long cigarette holder. 1943.
Stock Photo #1370-42025, Low angle view of an office building, Old Executive Office Building, Washington DC, USA
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Low angle view of an office building, Old Executive Office Building, Washington DC, USA
Stock Photo #4048-9925, 1963 Test Ban Treaty. President John Kennedy signs the document ratifying the nuclear test ban treaty today. L-R: Sen. John Pastore, Averill Harriman, Assist. Secy of State, Sen. William Fulbright, Secy of State, Dean Rusk, Sen. George Aiken, Sen. Hubert Humphrey, Everett Dirksen, William Foster, Head of Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, Sen. Howard Cannon, and Sen. Leverett Saltonstall. Oct. 7, 1963.
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1963 Test Ban Treaty. President John Kennedy signs the document ratifying the nuclear test ban treaty today. L-R: Sen. John P...
1963 Test Ban Treaty. President John Kennedy signs the document ratifying the nuclear test ban treaty today. L-R: Sen. John Pastore, Averill Harriman, Assist. Secy of State, Sen. William Fulbright, Secy of State, Dean Rusk, Sen. George Aiken, Sen. Hubert Humphrey, Everett Dirksen, William Foster, Head of Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, Sen. Howard Cannon, and Sen. Leverett Saltonstall. Oct. 7, 1963.
Stock Photo #1927-4783, Lincoln Memorial.WAshington D.C.
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Stock Photo #4301-1261, Aircraft on the apron at Dulles International Airport, Virginia, for Washington DC, USA
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Stock Photo #1596-3659, Facade of a memorial, Lincoln Memorial, Washington DC, USA
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Stock Photo #1436R-118030, National Cathedral Washington, D.C. USA
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Stock Photo #1927-4800, Great Hall of the Library of Congress with marble columns;arches,painting and mosaics including a moasic of Minerva.Washington D.C.
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Great Hall of the Library of Congress with marble columns;arches,painting and mosaics including a moasic of Minerva.Washingto...
Great Hall of the Library of Congress with marble columns;arches,painting and mosaics including a moasic of Minerva.Washington D.C.
Stock Photo #4048-10382, The bulldozed and smoking remains of the Bonus Army Encampment at Anacostia Flats in Washington, DC. July 29, 1932.
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The bulldozed and smoking remains of the Bonus Army Encampment at Anacostia Flats in Washington, DC. July 29, 1932.
Stock Photo #1596-3651, Statue of an army soldier at a war memorial, Korean War Veterans Memorial, Washington DC, USA
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Stock Photo #1436R-118033, National Cathedral Washington, D.C. USA
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Stock Photo #4048-9426, Lady Bird Johnson, with White House cook Zephyr Wright on May 5, 1966. As a young women, Wright became the housekeeper and cook for Lady Bird Johnson and remained with the LBJ family for decades. Her husband Sammy was the Johnsons' chauffeur. At the signing ceremony for the Civil Rights Act of 1964, LBJ gave her the signing pen, saying, 'You deserve this more than anybody else.'
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Lady Bird Johnson, with White House cook Zephyr Wright on May 5, 1966. As a young women, Wright became the housekeeper and co...
Lady Bird Johnson, with White House cook Zephyr Wright on May 5, 1966. As a young women, Wright became the housekeeper and cook for Lady Bird Johnson and remained with the LBJ family for decades. Her husband Sammy was the Johnsons' chauffeur. At the signing ceremony for the Civil Rights Act of 1964, LBJ gave her the signing pen, saying, 'You deserve this more than anybody else.'
Stock Photo #182-2826, USA, Washington DC, Old Post Office
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USA, Washington DC, Old Post Office
Stock Photo #152-968, Watergate Complex Washington, D.C. USA
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Watergate Complex Washington, D.C. USA
Stock Photo #4048-8897, Dwight Eisenhower first Inauguration. L-R: Bess Truman, Mrs. John Eisenhower, Patricia Nixon, Major John Eisenhower, Mamie Eisenhower, President Truman: Chief Justice, Fred Vinson, Harold Willey, Supreme court clerk, holding Bible, and Eisenhower. Jan. 20, 1953.
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Dwight Eisenhower first Inauguration. L-R: Bess Truman, Mrs. John Eisenhower, Patricia Nixon, Major John Eisenhower, Mamie Ei...
Dwight Eisenhower first Inauguration. L-R: Bess Truman, Mrs. John Eisenhower, Patricia Nixon, Major John Eisenhower, Mamie Eisenhower, President Truman: Chief Justice, Fred Vinson, Harold Willey, Supreme court clerk, holding Bible, and Eisenhower. Jan. 20, 1953.
Stock Photo #4048-9009, Three House Republicans offer a critique on US Vietnam policy. L-R: Reps. Charles Goodell, Gerald Ford (later President when South Vietnam collapsed to Communist North), and Melvin Laird (later Defense Secy for Richard Nixon). Aug. 25, 1965.
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Three House Republicans offer a critique on US Vietnam policy. L-R: Reps. Charles Goodell, Gerald Ford (later President when ...
Three House Republicans offer a critique on US Vietnam policy. L-R: Reps. Charles Goodell, Gerald Ford (later President when South Vietnam collapsed to Communist North), and Melvin Laird (later Defense Secy for Richard Nixon). Aug. 25, 1965.
Stock Photo #442-3806, Facade of a museum, Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC, USA
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Facade of a museum, Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC, USA
Stock Photo #4048-8760, President Franklin Roosevelt at his desk in the Oval Office. Dec. 31, 1934.
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President Franklin Roosevelt at his desk in the Oval Office. Dec. 31, 1934.
Stock Photo #4048-9391, President Lyndon Johnson and wife Lady Bird during a White House ceremony. 1964.
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President Lyndon Johnson and wife Lady Bird during a White House ceremony. 1964.
Stock Photo #4048-10684, President Kennedy signing Cuba Quarantine Proclamation. The US Navy blockade would prevent the delivery of additional Soviet missiles to the Communist island nation. Oct. 23, 1962.
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President Kennedy signing Cuba Quarantine Proclamation. The US Navy blockade would prevent the delivery of additional Soviet ...
President Kennedy signing Cuba Quarantine Proclamation. The US Navy blockade would prevent the delivery of additional Soviet missiles to the Communist island nation. Oct. 23, 1962.
Stock Photo #4301-1192, The Martin Luther King Jr Memorial, West Potomac Park, Washington DC, USA
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The Martin Luther King Jr Memorial, West Potomac Park, Washington DC, USA
Stock Photo #2191-167, Fireworks display at night with a memorial in the background, Lincoln Memorial, Washington DC, USA
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Fireworks display at night with a memorial in the background, Lincoln Memorial, Washington DC, USA
Stock Photo #4301-1213, Tourists travelling around Washington DC on Segways outside The Lincoln Memorial on the National Mall with the Reflecting Pool and Washington Monument in the background, USA
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Tourists travelling around Washington DC on Segways outside The Lincoln Memorial on the National Mall with the Reflecting Poo...
Tourists travelling around Washington DC on Segways outside The Lincoln Memorial on the National Mall with the Reflecting Pool and Washington Monument in the background, USA
Stock Photo #4048-9843, President John Kennedy's body arrives in Washington. Jacqueline Kennedy watches her husband's coffin moved from Air Force One to an ambulance upon arrival at Andrews Air Force Base. Robert Kennedy, brother of assassinated President, holds her hand. Nov. 22, 1963.
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President John Kennedy's body arrives in Washington. Jacqueline Kennedy watches her husband's coffin moved from Air Force One...
President John Kennedy's body arrives in Washington. Jacqueline Kennedy watches her husband's coffin moved from Air Force One to an ambulance upon arrival at Andrews Air Force Base. Robert Kennedy, brother of assassinated President, holds her hand. Nov. 22, 1963.
Stock Photo #4048-8740, Franklin Roosevelt's Christmas family photo at the White House, 1939.
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Franklin Roosevelt's Christmas family photo at the White House, 1939.
Stock Photo #4313-1562, USA, Washington, Panorama shows dead spruce trees on Rialto Beach in Olympic National Park
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Stock Photo #4048-9373, President Richard Nixon's Inauguration. Security guards scramble to protect Nixon's limousine from cans tossed by protesters. Jan. 20, 1969.
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President Richard Nixon's Inauguration. Security guards scramble to protect Nixon's limousine from cans tossed by protesters....
President Richard Nixon's Inauguration. Security guards scramble to protect Nixon's limousine from cans tossed by protesters. Jan. 20, 1969.
Stock Photo #1561-568, Bartholdi Park Washington, D.C. USA
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Bartholdi Park Washington, D.C. USA
Stock Photo #4301-1186, Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, West Potomac Park, Washington DC, USA
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Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, West Potomac Park, Washington DC, USA
Stock Photo #4301-1256, Charming frontage of old house with haloween pumpkin and 13 star Betsy Ross flag in the historic district of Georgetown in the Fall, Washington DC, USA
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Charming frontage of old house with haloween pumpkin and 13 star Betsy Ross flag in the historic district of Georgetown in th...
Charming frontage of old house with haloween pumpkin and 13 star Betsy Ross flag in the historic district of Georgetown in the Fall, Washington DC, USA
Stock Photo #4048-10738, President Kennedy with Theodore Sorensen, his longtime close advisor and speech writer. White House, South Lawn, March 12, 1963.
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President Kennedy with Theodore Sorensen, his longtime close advisor and speech writer. White House, South Lawn, March 12, 19...
President Kennedy with Theodore Sorensen, his longtime close advisor and speech writer. White House, South Lawn, March 12, 1963.
Stock Photo #4048-9447, President Lyndon Johnson gives German Chancellor Kurt Georg Kiesinger a tour of the White House grounds. It includes a visit with Johnson's two month old grandson, Patrick Lyndon Nugent. Aug. 27, 1967.
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President Lyndon Johnson gives German Chancellor Kurt Georg Kiesinger a tour of the White House grounds. It includes a visit ...
President Lyndon Johnson gives German Chancellor Kurt Georg Kiesinger a tour of the White House grounds. It includes a visit with Johnson's two month old grandson, Patrick Lyndon Nugent. Aug. 27, 1967.
Stock Photo #1287-1076, Facade of a building, United States Department of Agriculture, Washington DC, USA
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Facade of a building, United States Department of Agriculture, Washington DC, USA
Stock Photo #4048-10264, 10,000 Communists in New York City's Union Square. During the rally to mark the 'International Day of Struggle Against Imperialistic War', speakers attacked President Herbert Hoover for his suppression of the Bonus Army in Washington, DC. August 1, 1932.
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10,000 Communists in New York City's Union Square. During the rally to mark the 'International Day of Struggle Against Imperi...
10,000 Communists in New York City's Union Square. During the rally to mark the 'International Day of Struggle Against Imperialistic War', speakers attacked President Herbert Hoover for his suppression of the Bonus Army in Washington, DC. August 1, 1932.
Stock Photo #4048-9057, President Franklin Roosevelt met with the victorious University of Puerto Rico debating team. They scored a hundred percent in their victories with teams in leading cities of the US. L-R: Dr. Carlos Chardon, Richard Pattee, Caspar Rjvera-Cestero, Otto Riefkohl, Arturo Morales Carrion, and Francisco Ponsa Feliu. March 13, 1935.
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President Franklin Roosevelt met with the victorious University of Puerto Rico debating team. They scored a hundred percent i...
President Franklin Roosevelt met with the victorious University of Puerto Rico debating team. They scored a hundred percent in their victories with teams in leading cities of the US. L-R: Dr. Carlos Chardon, Richard Pattee, Caspar Rjvera-Cestero, Otto Riefkohl, Arturo Morales Carrion, and Francisco Ponsa Feliu. March 13, 1935.
Stock Photo #1035-12917, Washington, D.C.: February 2, 1961 Vice President Lyndon Johnson leans over Jacqueline Kennedy to listen to President John Kennedy at the inaugural ball after their election to office.
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Washington, D.C.: February 2, 1961 Vice President Lyndon Johnson leans over Jacqueline Kennedy to listen to President John Ke...
Washington, D.C.: February 2, 1961 Vice President Lyndon Johnson leans over Jacqueline Kennedy to listen to President John Kennedy at the inaugural ball after their election to office.
Stock Photo #4048-9771, Jacqueline Kennedy during an interview by CBS Television's Sander Vanocur during the 1960 presidential campaign. Oct 1. 1960.
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Jacqueline Kennedy during an interview by CBS Television's Sander Vanocur during the 1960 presidential campaign. Oct 1. 1960.
Stock Photo #4048-8908, President Eisenhower poses with his second term Cabinet.
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President Eisenhower poses with his second term Cabinet.
Stock Photo #4017-3717, USA, Washington, DC, Martin Luther King Memorial and Washington Monument
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Stock Photo #4048-10304, Vice Admiral W. F. Raborn is sworn in as CIA Director, and Richard Helms as Deputy Director. At the White House ceremony, L-R: President Lyndon Johnson, Adm. Raborn, Richard Helms, and Carson Howell. In background are Mrs. Helms, J. Edgar Hoover, and Paul Nitze. April 28, 1965.
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Vice Admiral W. F. Raborn is sworn in as CIA Director, and Richard Helms as Deputy Director. At the White House ceremony, L-R...
Vice Admiral W. F. Raborn is sworn in as CIA Director, and Richard Helms as Deputy Director. At the White House ceremony, L-R: President Lyndon Johnson, Adm. Raborn, Richard Helms, and Carson Howell. In background are Mrs. Helms, J. Edgar Hoover, and Paul Nitze. April 28, 1965.
Stock Photo #4301-1189, Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, West Potomac Park, Washington DC, USA. I hate war
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Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, West Potomac Park, Washington DC, USA. I hate war
Stock Photo #4048-10625, Attorney General Robert Kennedy testifying before the House Judiciary Committee on the Civil Rights Bill. The hearings began on June 26, 1963, with strong Southern objections to the bill.
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Attorney General Robert Kennedy testifying before the House Judiciary Committee on the Civil Rights Bill. The hearings began ...
Attorney General Robert Kennedy testifying before the House Judiciary Committee on the Civil Rights Bill. The hearings began on June 26, 1963, with strong Southern objections to the bill.
Stock Photo #4048-9788, Handwritten invitation from Jacqueline Kennedy to Vice Presidential nominee, Lyndon Johnson. She was inviting him to her Georgetown home to view the Kennedy-Nixon campaign debates on television. Sept-Oct, 1960.
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Handwritten invitation from Jacqueline Kennedy to Vice Presidential nominee, Lyndon Johnson. She was inviting him to her Geor...
Handwritten invitation from Jacqueline Kennedy to Vice Presidential nominee, Lyndon Johnson. She was inviting him to her Georgetown home to view the Kennedy-Nixon campaign debates on television. Sept-Oct, 1960.
Stock Photo #1035-12894, Washington, D.C.: February 9, 1955 A portrait of President Dwight D. Eisenhower with his famous Ike smile.
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Washington, D.C.: February 9, 1955 A portrait of President Dwight D. Eisenhower with his famous Ike smile.
Stock Photo #4048-9335, Tricia Nixon's engagement to Edward Cox is announced. At the White House party, L-R: Col. And Mrs. Howard Ellis Cox, parents of the groom-to-be, Pres. Nixon and the First Lady, and Tricia and Edward. March 16, 1971.
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Tricia Nixon's engagement to Edward Cox is announced. At the White House party, L-R: Col. And Mrs. Howard Ellis Cox, parents ...
Tricia Nixon's engagement to Edward Cox is announced. At the White House party, L-R: Col. And Mrs. Howard Ellis Cox, parents of the groom-to-be, Pres. Nixon and the First Lady, and Tricia and Edward. March 16, 1971.
Stock Photo #4048-9369, Pat Nixon grasps her husband's hand after he delivered his Inaugural Address. Jan 20, 1969.
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Pat Nixon grasps her husband's hand after he delivered his Inaugural Address. Jan 20, 1969.
Stock Photo #4048-9002, President Nixon and Vice President Gerald Ford wave to GOP supporters at a $1,000 a plate fund raising dinner. March 27, 1974.
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President Nixon and Vice President Gerald Ford wave to GOP supporters at a $1,000 a plate fund raising dinner. March 27, 1974...
President Nixon and Vice President Gerald Ford wave to GOP supporters at a $1,000 a plate fund raising dinner. March 27, 1974.
Stock Photo #1596-3645, Franklin D. Roosevelt statue with his dog Fala at his feet, Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, National Mall, Washington DC, USA
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Franklin D. Roosevelt statue with his dog Fala at his feet, Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, National Mall, Washington DC,...
Franklin D. Roosevelt statue with his dog Fala at his feet, Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, National Mall, Washington DC, USA
Stock Photo #4048-9349, Nixon-Cox White House Wedding Reception. President Nixon dances with Tricia and the First Lady with the groom, Edward Cox. Four hundred guests attended the reception in the East Room. June 12, 1971.
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Nixon-Cox White House Wedding Reception. President Nixon dances with Tricia and the First Lady with the groom, Edward Cox. Fo...
Nixon-Cox White House Wedding Reception. President Nixon dances with Tricia and the First Lady with the groom, Edward Cox. Four hundred guests attended the reception in the East Room. June 12, 1971.
Stock Photo #4048-9383, President Lyndon Johnson meets with his Cabinet. A chart lists the status of Congressional legislation. May 16, 1967. L-R: Arthur Goldberg, Gardner Ackley, Cyrus Vance, Orville Freeman, Robert Weaver, Alan Boyd, Herbert Holloman, Dean Rusk, President Johnson, Joseph Barr, hidden, Stewart Udall, Ralph Huitt. In background Henry Hall Wilson, and Joseph Califano.
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President Lyndon Johnson meets with his Cabinet. A chart lists the status of Congressional legislation. May 16, 1967. L-R: Ar...
President Lyndon Johnson meets with his Cabinet. A chart lists the status of Congressional legislation. May 16, 1967. L-R: Arthur Goldberg, Gardner Ackley, Cyrus Vance, Orville Freeman, Robert Weaver, Alan Boyd, Herbert Holloman, Dean Rusk, President Johnson, Joseph Barr, hidden, Stewart Udall, Ralph Huitt. In background Henry Hall Wilson, and Joseph Califano.
Stock Photo #1927-4789, Some of the 19 stainless steel statues at the Korean War Veterans Memorial showing a platoon on patrol.Mall,Washington,D.C.
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Some of the 19 stainless steel statues at the Korean War Veterans Memorial showing a platoon on patrol.Mall,Washington,D.C.
Stock Photo #4048-9065, President Franklin Roosevelt inspects the new Union Pacific Streamliners. He is with Averill Harriman, Chairman of the Board of Union Pacific, and C.R. Gray, President of Union Pacific. It was called the M-10000 and was a prototype of the first streamlined internal-combustion passenger train. Feb. 19, 1934.
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President Franklin Roosevelt inspects the new Union Pacific Streamliners. He is with Averill Harriman, Chairman of the Board ...
President Franklin Roosevelt inspects the new Union Pacific Streamliners. He is with Averill Harriman, Chairman of the Board of Union Pacific, and C.R. Gray, President of Union Pacific. It was called the M-10000 and was a prototype of the first streamlined internal-combustion passenger train. Feb. 19, 1934.
Stock Photo #4301-1253, Old streetcar tracks on a cobbled road in the historic district of Georgetown in the Fall, Washington DC, USA
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Stock Photo #4048-10686, President Kennedy signing Cuba Quarantine Proclamation. The US Navy blockade would prevent the delivery of additional Soviet missiles to the Communist island nation. Oct. 23, 1962.
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President Kennedy signing Cuba Quarantine Proclamation. The US Navy blockade would prevent the delivery of additional Soviet ...
President Kennedy signing Cuba Quarantine Proclamation. The US Navy blockade would prevent the delivery of additional Soviet missiles to the Communist island nation. Oct. 23, 1962.
Stock Photo #255-424104, USA, Washington DC, Skeleton of extinct dodo at Smithsonian Institute
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Stock Photo #1555R-234038, Union Station, Washington DC
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Stock Photo #4048-9346, Pat Nixon, introduces Martha Mitchell (left), the flamboyant wife of the Attorney General, to Mamie Eisenhower at a White House reception for Senate wives. May 22, 1970.
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Pat Nixon, introduces Martha Mitchell (left), the flamboyant wife of the Attorney General, to Mamie Eisenhower at a White Hou...
Pat Nixon, introduces Martha Mitchell (left), the flamboyant wife of the Attorney General, to Mamie Eisenhower at a White House reception for Senate wives. May 22, 1970.
Stock Photo #1035-12640, Washington, D.C. October 13, 1960 Senator John Kennedy and Vice-President Richard Nixon as they appeared on TV screens during their debate on October 13th.
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Washington, D.C. October 13, 1960 Senator John Kennedy and Vice-President Richard Nixon as they appeared on TV screens during...
Washington, D.C. October 13, 1960 Senator John Kennedy and Vice-President Richard Nixon as they appeared on TV screens during their debate on October 13th.
Stock Photo #1481-336, USA, Washington DC, Capitol Building
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Stock Photo #255-419607, USA, Washington D.C., Georgetown, street scene
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Stock Photo #4301-1221, Tourists in front of the White House in Washington DC, USA
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Stock Photo #4301-1249, Colourful frontage of old weatherboard clad street corner shop in the historic district of Georgetown in the Fall, Washington DC, USA
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Colourful frontage of old weatherboard clad street corner shop in the historic district of Georgetown in the Fall, Washington...
Colourful frontage of old weatherboard clad street corner shop in the historic district of Georgetown in the Fall, Washington DC, USA
Stock Photo #4048-9478, President John Kennedy (right) meeting with Secy. Of State Dean Rusk (left), VP Lyndon Johnson, and Attorney General Robert Kennedy. Robert Kennedy had just returned from a month-long, round-the-world good will tour. Feb. 28, 1962.
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President John Kennedy (right) meeting with Secy. Of State Dean Rusk (left), VP Lyndon Johnson, and Attorney General Robert K...
President John Kennedy (right) meeting with Secy. Of State Dean Rusk (left), VP Lyndon Johnson, and Attorney General Robert Kennedy. Robert Kennedy had just returned from a month-long, round-the-world good will tour. Feb. 28, 1962.
Stock Photo #4048-9360, House Judiciary Committee impeachment vote the tally sheet. The vote was 27 to 11 for impeachment of President Richard Nixon for obstruction of justice in the Watergate cover-up July 27, 1974.
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House Judiciary Committee impeachment vote the tally sheet. The vote was 27 to 11 for impeachment of President Richard Nixon ...
House Judiciary Committee impeachment vote the tally sheet. The vote was 27 to 11 for impeachment of President Richard Nixon for obstruction of justice in the Watergate cover-up July 27, 1974.
Stock Photo #1916-5587, USA, Ohio, Cincinatti, Cincinnati Zoo, Japanese Macaque (Macaca fuscata)
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Stock Photo #4048-9915, President-elect John Kennedy confers with press secretary Pierre Salinger in his Senate office. Dec. 1, 1960.
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President-elect John Kennedy confers with press secretary Pierre Salinger in his Senate office. Dec. 1, 1960.
Stock Photo #4048-9907, President John Kennedy signs a bill allowing the US to purchase half of the United Nations $200 million bonds. Witnessing L-R: Vice Pres. Lyndon Johnson, Rep. Thomas Morgan, Adlai Stevenson, US Ambassador to the UN, and Rep. Cornelius Gallagher. Oct. 2, 1962.
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President John Kennedy signs a bill allowing the US to purchase half of the United Nations $200 million bonds. Witnessing L-R...
President John Kennedy signs a bill allowing the US to purchase half of the United Nations $200 million bonds. Witnessing L-R: Vice Pres. Lyndon Johnson, Rep. Thomas Morgan, Adlai Stevenson, US Ambassador to the UN, and Rep. Cornelius Gallagher. Oct. 2, 1962.
Stock Photo #4048-9911, President John Kennedy steps from his limousine during the Cuban Missile Crisis. He was attending mass at St. Stephens church. Later in the day the crisis broke, when Soviet Premier Khrushchev announced that Russia would dismantle the missile bases in Cuba. Oct. 28, 1962.
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President John Kennedy steps from his limousine during the Cuban Missile Crisis. He was attending mass at St. Stephens church...
President John Kennedy steps from his limousine during the Cuban Missile Crisis. He was attending mass at St. Stephens church. Later in the day the crisis broke, when Soviet Premier Khrushchev announced that Russia would dismantle the missile bases in Cuba. Oct. 28, 1962.
Stock Photo #4048-8957, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signs the joint congressional resolution declaring war with Japan at 4:10 PM, Dec. 8, 1941. Standing L-R: Rep. Sol Bloom, Luther Johnson, timing the signing, Charles Eaton , Joseph Martin, Vice President Henry Wallace, Speaker Sam Rayburn, John McCormack, Massachusetts, and Senator Charles McNary. FDR wears a black arm in mourning for his recently deceased mother, Sara Delano Roosevelt.
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President Franklin D. Roosevelt signs the joint congressional resolution declaring war with Japan at 4:10 PM, Dec. 8, 1941. S...
President Franklin D. Roosevelt signs the joint congressional resolution declaring war with Japan at 4:10 PM, Dec. 8, 1941. Standing L-R: Rep. Sol Bloom, Luther Johnson, timing the signing, Charles Eaton , Joseph Martin, Vice President Henry Wallace, Speaker Sam Rayburn, John McCormack, Massachusetts, and Senator Charles McNary. FDR wears a black arm in mourning for his recently deceased mother, Sara Delano Roosevelt.
Stock Photo #4048-10728, Kennedy family following Requiem mass for the assassinated President. Photo sequence shows Jacqueline Kennedy leaning to speak to her son, and John Kennedy Jr. saluting his father's coffin. Nov. 22, 1963.
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Kennedy family following Requiem mass for the assassinated President. Photo sequence shows Jacqueline Kennedy leaning to spea...
Kennedy family following Requiem mass for the assassinated President. Photo sequence shows Jacqueline Kennedy leaning to speak to her son, and John Kennedy Jr. saluting his father's coffin. Nov. 22, 1963.
Stock Photo #4048-9019, New First Lady, Betty Ford, at her first press conference. She said that she would campaign for the women's equal rights amendment. Sept. 18, 1974
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New First Lady, Betty Ford, at her first press conference. She said that she would campaign for the women's equal rights amen...
New First Lady, Betty Ford, at her first press conference. She said that she would campaign for the women's equal rights amendment. Sept. 18, 1974
Stock Photo #4048-9036, FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover attended a dinner honoring Mrs. Martha Mitchell. The controversial wife of the attorney general John Mitchell, was honored by American Women's Newspaper Club. L-R: Hoover, Mrs. Mitchell, Minnie Pearl, John Mitchell. May 24, 1971.
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FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover attended a dinner honoring Mrs. Martha Mitchell. The controversial wife of the attorney general ...
FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover attended a dinner honoring Mrs. Martha Mitchell. The controversial wife of the attorney general John Mitchell, was honored by American Women's Newspaper Club. L-R: Hoover, Mrs. Mitchell, Minnie Pearl, John Mitchell. May 24, 1971.
Stock Photo #4048-9493, Sen. Robert Kennedy talking with reporters on this 42nd birthday. Nov. 20, 1967.
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Sen. Robert Kennedy talking with reporters on this 42nd birthday. Nov. 20, 1967.
Stock Photo #4048-9932, President John Kennedy meets with his cabinet.
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President John Kennedy meets with his cabinet.
Stock Photo #4048-8877, President Eisenhower shakes hands with his rival for the Presidency. Eisenhower lunched with former Illinois Gov. Adlai Stevenson. Feb. 17, 1953.
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President Eisenhower shakes hands with his rival for the Presidency. Eisenhower lunched with former Illinois Gov. Adlai Steve...
President Eisenhower shakes hands with his rival for the Presidency. Eisenhower lunched with former Illinois Gov. Adlai Stevenson. Feb. 17, 1953.
Stock Photo #4048-10241, Hunger Marchers demonstrate in Washington, DC. Their placards read: 'We Demand Unemployment Insurance', 'Free Milk for Workers children', 'Tax the Rich for Unemployment Relief'. Dec. 7, 1931.
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Hunger Marchers demonstrate in Washington, DC. Their placards read: 'We Demand Unemployment Insurance', 'Free Milk for Worker...
Hunger Marchers demonstrate in Washington, DC. Their placards read: 'We Demand Unemployment Insurance', 'Free Milk for Workers children', 'Tax the Rich for Unemployment Relief'. Dec. 7, 1931.
Stock Photo #4048-9448, President Lyndon Johnson meeting with Gen. William Westmoreland and Defense Secretary Robert McNamara. They agreed that additional troops would be sent to Vietnam. Aug. 26, 1967.
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President Lyndon Johnson meeting with Gen. William Westmoreland and Defense Secretary Robert McNamara. They agreed that addit...
President Lyndon Johnson meeting with Gen. William Westmoreland and Defense Secretary Robert McNamara. They agreed that additional troops would be sent to Vietnam. Aug. 26, 1967.
Stock Photo #4301-1245, Colourful frontages of old terrace houses in the historic district of Georgetown in the Fall, Washington DC, USA
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Stock Photo #4048-9838, Spectators at the inauguration of John Kennedy. Lining the inaugural parade route, people use periscopes to get a glimpse of the President John Kennedy and new First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy. Jan. 21, 1961.
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Spectators at the inauguration of John Kennedy. Lining the inaugural parade route, people use periscopes to get a glimpse of ...
Spectators at the inauguration of John Kennedy. Lining the inaugural parade route, people use periscopes to get a glimpse of the President John Kennedy and new First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy. Jan. 21, 1961.
Stock Photo #4048-8375, President Nixon with his arm around Democratic Majority Leader Carl Albert. In the background is Minority Leader Gerald Ford. He was at the Capitol for lunch with House of Representatives leaders. Jan. 28, 1969.
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President Nixon with his arm around Democratic Majority Leader Carl Albert. In the background is Minority Leader Gerald Ford....
President Nixon with his arm around Democratic Majority Leader Carl Albert. In the background is Minority Leader Gerald Ford. He was at the Capitol for lunch with House of Representatives leaders. Jan. 28, 1969.
Stock Photo #1035-12493, Washington, D.C.: June 5, 1954 Betty Fox performs her acrobatic routine on a tiny platform extended from the roof of the Ambassador Hotel. She is 100 feet above the sidewalk below.
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Washington, D.C.: June 5, 1954 Betty Fox performs her acrobatic routine on a tiny platform extended from the roof of the Amba...
Washington, D.C.: June 5, 1954 Betty Fox performs her acrobatic routine on a tiny platform extended from the roof of the Ambassador Hotel. She is 100 feet above the sidewalk below.
Stock Photo #4048-9010, President Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt greeting crowds in Washington, DC. They were leaving Easter Services at St. Thomas Episcopal Church. April 17, 1938.
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President Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt greeting crowds in Washington, DC. They were leaving Easter Services at St. Thomas E...
President Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt greeting crowds in Washington, DC. They were leaving Easter Services at St. Thomas Episcopal Church. April 17, 1938.
Stock Photo #4301-1177, The Thomas Jefferson Memorial, Washington DC, USA
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The Thomas Jefferson Memorial, Washington DC, USA
Stock Photo #4313-1553, USA, Washington, Dead spruce trees on Rialto Beach in Olympic National Park
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USA, Washington, Dead spruce trees on Rialto Beach in Olympic National Park
Stock Photo #4048-9067, President Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt welcome the Mexican Minister of Finance (center), Alberto Pani, to discuss world economic problems. L-R: Don Fernando Gonzales Roa, Mexican Ambassador the US, First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt, Alberto Pani, FDR, and Lt. Commander Powell, White House Naval Aide. May 11, 1933.
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President Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt welcome the Mexican Minister of Finance (center), Alberto Pani, to discuss world eco...
President Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt welcome the Mexican Minister of Finance (center), Alberto Pani, to discuss world economic problems. L-R: Don Fernando Gonzales Roa, Mexican Ambassador the US, First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt, Alberto Pani, FDR, and Lt. Commander Powell, White House Naval Aide. May 11, 1933.
Stock Photo #1269-500, Low angle view of an education building, Smithsonian Institution Building, Washington DC, USA
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Stock Photo #1481-339, USA, Washington DC, White House at night
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Stock Photo #1370-42018, Low angle view of a cathedral, Washington National Cathedral, Washington DC, USA
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Stock Photo #4301-1205, Distant view of the Washington Monument along the length of the Reflecting Pool from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial on the National Mall in Washington DC, USA
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Distant view of the Washington Monument along the length of the Reflecting Pool from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial on the National Mall in Washington DC, USA
Stock Photo #1848-570788, Colourful newspaper boxes on the side of a road, Washington DC, District of Columbia, USA, PublicGround
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Stock Photo #4239R-7044, Washington Monument and American Flag, Washington D.C., USA.
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Washington Monument and American Flag, Washington D.C., USA.
Stock Photo #4048-8714, FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover attended a dinner honoring Mrs. Martha Mitchell. The controversial wife of the attorney general John Mitchell, was honored by American Women's Newspaper Club. L-R: Hoover, Mrs. Mitchell, Minnie Pearl, John Mitchell. May 24, 1971.
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FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover attended a dinner honoring Mrs. Martha Mitchell. The controversial wife of the attorney general ...
FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover attended a dinner honoring Mrs. Martha Mitchell. The controversial wife of the attorney general John Mitchell, was honored by American Women's Newspaper Club. L-R: Hoover, Mrs. Mitchell, Minnie Pearl, John Mitchell. May 24, 1971.
Stock Photo #4048-9890, President John Kennedy delivering his inaugural address. Outgoing President Dwight Eisenhower, Jacqueline Kennedy look on. Jan. 20, 1961.
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President John Kennedy delivering his inaugural address. Outgoing President Dwight Eisenhower, Jacqueline Kennedy look on. Ja...
President John Kennedy delivering his inaugural address. Outgoing President Dwight Eisenhower, Jacqueline Kennedy look on. Jan. 20, 1961.
Stock Photo #4048-9163, Christmas with the Vice President's family. L-R: Patrician Nixon, Checkers, the cocker spaniel, Julie, age 5, Tricia, age 7, and Richard Nixon. Dec. 24, 1953.
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Christmas with the Vice President's family. L-R: Patrician Nixon, Checkers, the cocker spaniel, Julie, age 5, Tricia, age 7, ...
Christmas with the Vice President's family. L-R: Patrician Nixon, Checkers, the cocker spaniel, Julie, age 5, Tricia, age 7, and Richard Nixon. Dec. 24, 1953.
Stock Photo #4048-8374, President Richard Nixon shakes hands with Sen. Eugene McCarthy at a White House reception for Congress. McCarthy's victory in the New Hampshire Democratic primary instigated Lyndon Johnson withdrawal from the 1968 Presidential election. March 12, 1969
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President Richard Nixon shakes hands with Sen. Eugene McCarthy at a White House reception for Congress. McCarthy's victory in...
President Richard Nixon shakes hands with Sen. Eugene McCarthy at a White House reception for Congress. McCarthy's victory in the New Hampshire Democratic primary instigated Lyndon Johnson withdrawal from the 1968 Presidential election. March 12, 1969
Stock Photo #4301-1204, The Lincoln Memorial on the National Mall, Washington DC, USA
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The Lincoln Memorial on the National Mall, Washington DC, USA
Stock Photo #4048-9152, Inauguration of Richard Nixon. L-R: Outgoing Pres. Lyndon Johnson, Chief Justice Earl Warren, Vice Pres. Spiro Agnew, Nixon, outgoing Vice Pres. Humphrey, and Senate Majority leader Mike Mansfield. Jan. 20, 1969.
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Inauguration of Richard Nixon. L-R: Outgoing Pres. Lyndon Johnson, Chief Justice Earl Warren, Vice Pres. Spiro Agnew, Nixon, ...
Inauguration of Richard Nixon. L-R: Outgoing Pres. Lyndon Johnson, Chief Justice Earl Warren, Vice Pres. Spiro Agnew, Nixon, outgoing Vice Pres. Humphrey, and Senate Majority leader Mike Mansfield. Jan. 20, 1969.
Stock Photo #4048-9184, President Richard Nixon takes a close look at his economic report to Congress during the signing ceremony at the White House. Feb. 1, 1974.
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President Richard Nixon takes a close look at his economic report to Congress during the signing ceremony at the White House....
President Richard Nixon takes a close look at his economic report to Congress during the signing ceremony at the White House. Feb. 1, 1974.
Stock Photo #4048-8894, President Eisenhower's dog, Heidi, a Weimaraner, peering out the White House fence. March 5, 1958.
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President Eisenhower's dog, Heidi, a Weimaraner, peering out the White House fence. March 5, 1958.

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