Tag: presidential libraries
Since this week’s photo featured President Harry S. Truman, we turned to Tammy Kelly, an archivist at the Truman Library, to pick our winner for the photo contest. She has firsthand knowledge of this photo since she is the one who cataloged the doll into the Truman Library’s computerized system earlier this summer. Tammy picked John [...]
Posted by Victoria on September 29, 2011, under Photo Caption Contest.
Tags: dolls, Harry S. Truman, Korea, National archives and records administration, presidential libraries, Tammy Kelly, Truman Library
What can you say about a man, his accordion, a clock, and a bottle? We went to guest judge and social media coordinator Jeannie Chen, who once featured a infant President Ford holding a tiny accordion on the Presidential Libraries tumblr blog. Congratulations to Mickey! Your caption won Jeannie’s heart and got that Croce tune stuck in [...]
Posted by Hilary on July 7, 2011, under Uncategorized.
Tags: accordion, Alaska, facial hair friday, Jeannie Chen, Metlakahtla, President Ford, presidential libraries, social media, Utopian community, William Duncan
Did you know that the 13 Presidential libraries are part of the National Archives? The National Archives is a nonpartisan agency, and we care for all the paper and digital records—as well as Presidential gifts and other items—that are part of the President’s legacy. These documents are preserved and made accessible at the 13 Presidential [...]
It’s always exciting to uncover a new piece of history, and even more exciting to discover a whole new treasure trove of thousands of pieces of history. Today the John F. Kennedy Library is launching a new Digital Archives that contains over 200,000 digitized documents; 300 reels of audiotape containing over 1,200 individual recordings of telephone [...]
Posted by Mary on January 13, 2011, under - Space Race, - The 1960s, Uncategorized.
Tags: american history, digital archives, Kennedy Library, National archives and records administration, online access, presidential libraries, space race