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Lady Bird Johnson by Aaron Shikler, 1978 Lyndon Baines Johnson Library, University of Texas, Austin

My big fat greek wedding...I just Never get sick of watching this one because it's so sweet

Nia Vardalos (Toula Portokalos) and John Corbett (Ian Miller) in My Big Fat Greek Wedding

Robert Todd Lincoln, 1843-1926 - Dedication of the Lincoln Memorial, May 30, 1922. Son of Abraham Lincoln

Robert Todd Lincoln, the only child of Abraham Lincoln to live to adulthood. This was taken in 1922 at the dedication of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington DC. Robert was at Abraham Lincoln's bedside at his death.

1945 - F.D. Roosevelt had died. Ed Clark drove to cover the news but found swarms of photographers trying to get the best view of FDR's coffin.  Clark heard one of Roosevelt's favorite hymns Goin'Home being played on an accordion. He snapped a shot of Navy bandsman Gordon Jackson with tears streaming down his face as he played. No one else had seen what Clark had seen, and his dramatic photograph became the symbol of a nation in grief. This photo took up an entire page in the next issue of…

Navy Chief Petty Officer Graham Jackson plays “Goin’ Home” on the accordion as Franklin D. Roosevelt’s body is carried from Warm Springs, Georgia, where he suddenly dead from a stroke on April 1945

Lady Bird Johnson at the L.B.J. Ranch during Christmas time

Lady Bird Johnson opening Christmas gifts, LBJ Presidential Library photo image is in the public domain.

Taft 1908 celluloid Taft  Sherman in hearts/colorful #33 1908 election jugate

Taft 1908 celluloid Taft & Sherman in hearts/colorful 1908 election jugate

Lady Bird Johnson! 'Bout as Texas as you can get!

Lady Bird Johnson, First Lady of wildflowers How did this sweet lady survive being married to LBJ?

President Lyndon Johnson and Lady Bird Johnson dance at their daughter, Lynda Bird's wedding on December 9, 1967

President Lyndon B. Johnson and Lady Bird Johnson dancing at Lynda Johnson (Robb) and Charles Robb's wedding reception, LBJ Presidential Library photo image is in the public domain.

Amelia Earhart and Eleanor Roosevelt

On a short flight from Washington to Baltimore and back, aviator Amelia Earhart points out the White House to resident First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt

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