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WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT.
(1857-1940). President Taft with his sons, Charles, left, and then futures Senator, Robert: oil over a photograph, 1909.

 

RONALD REAGAN (1911-2004). 40th President of the United States. Reagan's official campaign poster for the presidential election of 1980.

 

FRANKLIN DELANO ROOSEVELT
(1882-1945). 32nd President of the United States.

 

BETTE DAVIS (1908-1989).
Bette Davis and Ronald Reagan in the film 'Dark Victory,' 1939.

 

ANTI-NIXON POSTER, 1960. 'Would YOU buy a used car from this man?' American poster, 1960, expressing distrust toward Republican presidential candidate Richard Nixon.

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LYNDON BAINES JOHNSON
(1908-1973). 36th President of the United States. Johnson signing the Civil Rights Bill. Photographed by Warren Leffler, 11 April 1968.

 

LEONID BREZHNEV (1906-1982).
Soviet political leader. Brezhnev at a White House meeting with President Richard Nixon, 1973.

 

THOMAS JEFFERSON (1743-1826).
3rd President of the United States. Stipple engraving, c1801, by Cornelius Tiebout.

 

EUGENE V. DEBS (1855-1926).
American Socialist leader. Debs campaigning for the Presidency before a freight-yard audience in 1912.

 

JOHN F. KENNEDY (1917-1963).
35th President of the United States. Photographed with his secretary, Evelyn Lincoln, and with his son, John F. Kennedy, Jr. in the President's office.

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WWII: D-DAY NEWSPAPER 1944.
Front page of The New York Times, 6 June 1944, reporting the Allied invasion of Europe, known as 'Operation Overlord', under the command of General Dwight D. Eisenhower.

 

JOHN F. KENNEDY (1917-1963).
35th President of the United States. Photographed in the Oval Office of the White House, 1961.

 

GEORGE WASHINGTON
(1732-1799). First President of the United States. 'Washington and Friends After a Day's Hunt in Virginia.' Lithograph by Charles Tholey, 1868. The other men are identified by the artist as Wayne, Lafayette, Greene, La Grange, and Pulaski.

 

DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER
(1890-1969). 34th President of the United States. General Dwight D. Eisenhower (right) and Admiral Harold Stark awaiting President Truman en route to the Big Three meeting in Potsdam, Germany, 15 July 1945.

 

ROBERT LEE FROST (1874-1963).
American poet. Reciting a poem at the inauguration of President John F. Kennedy at the Capitol in Washington, D.C., 20 January 1961.

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KENNEDY ASSASSINATION, 1963.
Photograph of what would have been a gunman's view of the John F. Kennedy's car if he had been hidden behind the fence on the grassy knoll at the time of Kennedy's assassination in Dallas, Texas, 22 November 1963. Photograph by Stephen White, 1968.

 

YALTA CONFERENCE, 1945.
Winston Churchill, Franklin D. Roosevelt and Joseph Stalin at the Yalta Conference at Livadia Palace, Yalta, Crimea. Standing left to right: Anthony Eden, Edward Stettinius, Alexander Cadogan, Vyacheslav Molotov and W. Averell Harriman. Photograph, February 1945.

 

JOHN QUINCY ADAMS
(1767-1848). 6th President of the United States. Oil over a daquerrotype, c1845.

 

RICHARD NIXON (1913-1994).
37th President of the United States. Photographed at the White House, 1970.

 

HARRY S. TRUMAN
(1884-1972). 33rd President of the United States. Photographed 1945.

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YALTA CONFERENCE, 1945.
Winston Churchill, Franklin D. Roosevelt and Joseph Stalin at the Yalta Conference at Livadia Palace, Yalta, Crimea. Standing left to right: Anthony Eden, Edward Stettinius, Alexander Cadogan, Vyacheslav Molotov and W. Averell Harriman. Photograph, February 1945.

 

LETTER OF MARQUE, 1812.
Letter of marque issued by President James Madison for the privateer ship 'Abaellino' of Boston, Massachusetts, during the War of 1812.

 

ROOSEVELT BUTTON.
Democratic presidential campaign button from Franklin D. Roosevelt's 1944 bid for president.

 

WWII: TEHRAN CONFERENCE.
Soviet Premier Joseph Stalin, U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt, and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill at the Tehran Conference, November 1943, to discuss war plans.

 

GEORGE WASHINGTON
(1732-1799). First President of the United States. Silhouettes of George and Mrs. Martha Washington (1731-1802), 1832.

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WWII: POTSDAM CONFERENCE.
Premier Joseph Stalin, President Harry S. Truman and Prime Minister Winston S. Churchill on the opening day of the Potsdam Conference: oil over a photograph, 17 July 1945.

 

JOHN F. KENNEDY
(1917-1963). 35th President of the United States. Autograph signature.

 

DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE
The first page of Thomas Jefferson's rough draft of the Declaration of Independence, written 11-28 June 1776, with verbal changes by Benjamin Franklin and John Adams noted thereon.

 

ANDREW JACKSON (1767-1845).
7th President of the United States. Jackson at the Battle of New Orleans during the War of 1812. Steel engraving, 19th century.

 

JOHN QUINCY ADAMS
(1767-1848). 'Lectures on Rhetoric and Oratory.' Title page to the collection of lectures by John Quincy Adams while a professor at Harvard University. Published 1810.

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FRANKLIN DELANO ROOSEVELT
(1882-1945). 32nd President of the United States. The unfinished portrait, by Madame Elizabeth Shoumatoff, for which President Roosevelt was sitting at the time of his death in Warm Springs, Georgia, 12 April 1945.

 

CITIZEN KANE. 1941. Orson Welles as Charles Foster Kane in 'Citizen Kane,' 1941, which Welles also directed.

 

LEE'S SURRENDER, 1865. The surrender of General Lee to General Grant at Appomattox Court House, Virginia, 9 April 1865. Lithograph, American, 1867.

 

MADISON: FEDERALIST. Essay number ten from the 'Federalist Papers,' written by James Madison under the pseudonym 'Publius,' 1787.

 

JOHN F. KENNEDY (1917-1963).
35th President of the United States. Photographed c1960.

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F. D. ROOSEVELT (1882-1945).
32nd President of the United States. Photographed c1940.

 

F.D. ROOSEVELT CARTOON.
'New Deal Remedies', cartoon, c1935, by Clifford Berryman.

 

COOLIDGE: CASH REGISTER.
'The Cash Register Chorus.' American cartoon by D.R. Fitzpatrick, 1924, on the popularity of President Calvin Coolidge's laissez-faire policies with American business leaders.

 

MILLARD FILLMORE (1800-1874).
Colored engraving, 19th century.

 

NEW DEAL: SUPREME COURT.
"All I Said Was 'Gimme Six More Justices'!": American cartoon by Clifford K. Berryman showing the Democratic donkey kicking up a storm in opposition to President Roosevelt's 1937 Supreme Court Reform Plan.

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NEW DEAL: SUPREME COURT.
"All I Said Was 'Gimme Six More Justices'!": American cartoon by Clifford K. Berryman showing the Democratic donkey kicking up a storm in opposition to President Roosevelt's 1937 Supreme Court reform, or "Court-packing," plan.

 

F.D. ROOSEVELT CARTOON.
"The Galloping Snail": cartoon by Burt Thomas for the Detroit "News", March 1933, showing President Roosevelt urging a slow Congress to pass his New Deal programs in his first one hundred days.

 

PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN, 1928. A presidential campaign lithographic poster supporting Herbert Hoover, 1928.

 

RECONSTRUCTION CARTOON.
'The Strong Government/The Weak Government.' American cartoon, 1880, comparing the Reconstruction policies of President Ulysses S. Grant (left) and Rutherford B. Hayes.

 

JEFFERSON DAVIS
(1808-1889). President of the Confederate States of America. Steel engraving, 1866.

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FRANKLIN: COMMISSION, 1787.
Commission assigning justices of the peace, signed by Benjamin Franklin while President of Pennsylvania's Supreme Executive Council, 1787.

 

GEORGE WASHINGTON
(1732-1799). First President of the United States. General Washington subduing a camp brawl during the American Revolutionary War. Steel engraving, 19th century.

 

WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON
(1773-1841). Ninth President of the United States. Lithograph, c1841, by Nathaniel Currier.

 

BANK HOLIDAY CARTOON, 1933.
'I want a flag for the bank holiday.' Cartoon, 1933, by Otto Soglow on the bank holiday declared by the newly inaugurated President Franklin D. Roosevelt.

 
 

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