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Who is POTUS 25? An über History Geek Test with Photos from the Library of Congress
If you know off the top of your head who POTUS 25 is, you are an über history geek! Take the quiz and enjoy the Library of Congress photos below. Test your knowledge now!
Bus going through the snow near Connecticut Avenue and Chevy Chase Circle
The Biggest Spring Snowstorms in Washington, DC - Photos from the Library of Congress Archives
Take a look at some of the biggest snowstorms to ever hit Washington, DC in the spring! See photos of the snowstorm from 1942 and 1891, found in the Library of Congress archives.
Babe Ruth exiting the West Wing
A Look Back at Babe Ruth's Visit to the White House in 1921
On December 7th, 1921, baseball's greatest hitter Babe Ruth visited President Harding in the White House. See an old photo of him exiting the West Wing and read about his earlier visits to the Executive Office of the President.
Col. Benjamin F. Fisher and staff on steps of Signal Corps headquarters, 1816 F St., NW
Unveiling a Gallery of Rare Civil War Photographs from the Library of Congress
Discover a rare collection of Civil War photographs from the Library of Congress, including a Sanitary Commission picture with the Treasury Department in the background.
Streetcar decorated with safety slogans (1922)
You Wouldn't Have Your Child Be a Jaywalker: Don't Be One Yourself
This century-old safety slogan is still relevant today. Read on to find out why you shouldn't be a jaywalker and why this old photograph from the Library of Congress archives is so amusing.
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Witnessing History: A Silent Film of President William McKinley Shot by Thomas Edison in 1901
Witness history in this incredible silent film of President William McKinley, shot by Thomas Edison in 1901 at the Capitol. Thanks to the Library of Congress, we can see what life was like over a hundred years ago!
Native Americans at the White House
Exploring a Fascinating Old Photo from the Library of Congress
Explore a fascinating old photo from the Library of Congress, gifted to the Library in 1947 by Herbert French. It was created somewhere between 1909 and 1940 and features Native Americans at the White House.
Soldiers in the streets of D.C. (7th and N St NW)
The Burning City: The Aftermath of Martin Luther King Jr's Assassination
Revisit the devastation of the city of Washington DC in 1968 following the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. with video, photos, and related articles from the time.
Watching Teddy Roosevelt's Inauguration in 1905 - A Fascinating Look Back in Time
Take a look back in time to Mar. 4, 1905, when Teddy Roosevelt was inaugurated in Washington, D.C. with much celebration and fanfare. Watch the video from the Library of Congress and learn more about this historic event.
Exploring D.C.'s Early Days of WWII Through Library of Congress Photos
Take a look back in time and explore D.C. during the early days of World War II with photos from the Library of Congress. See how the houses look remarkably similar to those in Philadelphia. Check out the photos here!

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