• No...It's the news about what's going on in Washington!

    Gamble, Ed

    A man sitting in an arm chair in front of a television comments on what appears on the screen: adultery, homosexuality, dirty tricks, and sex tapes. His wife asks if the television show is a new soap…

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  • Congress Trims the Budget Deficit!

    Gamble, Ed

    A barber wearing a Congress smock smiles after he has trimmed a giant yeti using an electric trimmer and scissors. The yeti has a tattoo reading \Budget.\

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  • Custody Battle!

    Gamble, Ed

    A female Democratic donkey and a male Republican elephant sit apart from each other while waiting for their turn in divorce court. Each holds a leash attached to the same bulldog that represents the E…

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  • Map of 82nd Division, Meuse Argonne Offensive, September 29 - November 2, 1918

    Produced by the American Battle Monuments Commission in 1937, this map was found at the Alvin C. York site and may have belonged to York. It depicts the entire Argonne Forest sector over which the Ame…

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  • We've got to do something...He's in cardiac arrest!

    Gamble, Ed

    A frantic surgeon declares that the patient, an elderly man under a Medicare sheet, is going into cardiac arrest. The other surgeons, Bill Clinton and a congressman, cling to each other in panic.

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  • Eagleville High School Students, 1959, Washington, DC

    Eagleville High School

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  • Carte de visite of House Speaker Schulyer Colfax

    Carte de visite of the Honorable Schulyer Colfax, Speaker of the House of Representatives of the 40th Congress, one of the major Reconstruction legislatures dominated by the Radical Republicans. Colfa…

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  • Howard Baker at Watergate Hearings

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  • Legacies!

    Gamble, Ed

    Former presidents and congressmen hold signs stating their legacies. When President Bill Clinton holds and points to a sign reading \Economy,\ a citizen comments that Clinton should get some credit fo…

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  • Order...order! Let the impeachment hearings begin!

    Gamble, Ed

    A voice emerges from the U.S. Capitol Building announcing the impeachment hearings. Missiles fly overhead, with labels such as \World Terrorism,\ \Hamas vs. Israel,\ \Pakistan vs. India,\ and \Serbs v…

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  • George R. Hall Steel engraving: "President, New Members of Cabinet & Others"

    Steel engraving depicting President Andrew Johnson, new members of his Cabinet, and other influential members of the U.S. Government. The twelve individuals depicted include Rep. Schuyler Colfax, Spea…

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  • I'll carry mine too!: trucks and tires must last till victory

    Sarra, Valentino, 1903

    This poster from World War II shows a woman dressed in a green suit carrying parcels. Behind her are soldiers with packs and rifles.

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  • Distinguished Service Medal certificate

    Distinguished Service Medal certificate issued to Gen. George H. Harries for his work as a member of Inter-Allied Commission for Repatriation of Allied Prisoners of War. Signed by Robert C. Davis, Adj…

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  • Books are weapons in the war of ideas

    Broder, S

    This poster from World War II shows Nazis burning books in front of a oversize book emblazeoned with the ""Books cannot be killed by fire"" quote from Franklin D. Roosevelt.

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  • Could this be you? Don't travel unless your trip helps win the war

    This World War II era poster is aimed at convincing Americans to reduce their travel during the war effort. On a blue background, the poster features four illustrations of reasons why Americans may ch…

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  • That's not exactly what I meant when I said I wanted to be seen as involved!

    Gamble, Ed

    President Bill Clinton opines on a poster advising children not to inhale when smoking marijuana.

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  • We have just begun to fight!

    This poster from World War II shows a soldier carrying a rifle in his right hand with his left hand reaching for the sky. On the right is a list of engagements the United States participated in during…

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  • U.S. House Resolution 161

    House Resolution 161 introduced by Mr. Washington to aid and encourage the holding of the Tennessee Centennial Exposition at Nashville in the year 1896 and making an appropriation for it.

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  • Budget Compromise!

    Gamble, Ed

    Ronald Reagan and a member of Congress shake hands, both looking uncomfortable. A poorly tied up box marked \Another Deficit Budget\ with a squashed rhinoceros inside is left in front of the next pres…

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  • Because he hasn't done anything!

    Gamble, Ed

    Senator Bob Dole repeatedly tells President Bill Clinton \no\ as Clinton holds up signs related to political issues. Dole then holds a sign for his political campaign, pointing to Clinton and declarin…

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