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An aquarium paperweight.

An aquarium paperweight.

Four African American children, probably three girls and one boy, pose in a living room next to a piano in white dresses. c1910

Four African American children, probably three girls and one boy, pose in a living room next to a piano in white dresses. c1910

Jimmy Carter was the first president to be born in a hospital. He was born on October 1, 1924 at the Wise Sanitarium in Plains, Georgia – now the Lillian G. Carter Nursing Center – which is still in use today. Photo is of him, age 15, at a FFA Camp. (History By Zim)

Jimmy Carter was the first president to be born in a hospital. He was born on October 1, 1924 at the Wise Sanitarium in Plains, Georgia – now the Lillian G. Carter Nursing Center – which is still in use today. Photo is of him, age 15, at a FFA Camp. (History By Zim)

Gerald Ford leaves his Alexandria home to go be president the day after he was sworn in. He hadn't even had time to move into the VP's house, vacated by Agnew, before Nixon resigned and Ford found out his next residence would be the White House. A crazy turn of events.

Gerald Ford leaves his Alexandria home to go be president the day after he was sworn in. He hadn't even had time to move into the VP's house, vacated by Agnew, before Nixon resigned and Ford found out his next residence would be the White House. A crazy turn of events.

Tennis anyone.  Collectible Spiro Agnew statue.

Tennis anyone. Collectible Spiro Agnew statue.

Traces of Texas ~ A migrant worker and his children camped by the side of the road near Raymondville, Texas.  This photo was taken in 1937 by Carl Mydans.

Traces of Texas ~ A migrant worker and his children camped by the side of the road near Raymondville, Texas. This photo was taken in 1937 by Carl Mydans.

Mammy and Baby Dolls

Mammy and Baby Dolls

First Lady Abigail Smith Adams, BIO, (this portrait, painted while she was in Europe) First Lady 1797 - 1801 Of the four years her husband served as President, Abigail Adams was actually present in the temporary capital of Philadelphia and then, finally, the permanent  " Federal City, " of Washington, D.C. for a total of only eighteen months. She nonetheless made a strong impression on the press and public.

First Lady Abigail Smith Adams, BIO, (this portrait, painted while she was in Europe) First Lady 1797 - 1801 Of the four years her husband served as President, Abigail Adams was actually present in the temporary capital of Philadelphia and then, finally, the permanent " Federal City, " of Washington, D.C. for a total of only eighteen months. She nonetheless made a strong impression on the press and public.

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