Take a look at what the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C. looked like the day after Pearl Harbor was attacked. Reminiscent of the day after 9/11, this historic moment in history is remembered and honored here.
What an unbelievable photo from 1923! An amphibian aircraft sits on the reflecting pool in front of the Lincoln Memorial. See the amazing image and find out more about this unique and fascinating moment in history.
Take a look back to the early days of the iconic Lincoln Memorial with this rare photo from 1917, taken during construction. Plus, don't miss the post on the memorial's dedication with Lincoln's son, Robert Todd, in attendance.
This incredible photograph was taken from a bird's eye view over Lincoln's left shoulder, down onto the massive crowd watching the "I Have a Dream" speech in 1963. Get a glimpse of history with this amazing shot!
This past weekend I took a trip down to the Lincoln Memorial for the first time in a while and I thought it was appropriate to look back at a photograph of the memorial when it was being built. Take a look at this old photograph and explore the history of the Lincoln Memorial.
Before the Watergate scandal, these steps were used for grand arrivals of dignitaries and heads of state and for summer music concerts. Learn how the steps near the Lincoln Memorial were put to good use before jets flew over them.
Take a look into the past with this exploration of the official program from the 1963 March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. Watch the full Martin Luther King, Jr. speech to get a better understanding of the historic event.
Check out this home movie footage from Lady Bird Johnson during the 1960s! The LBJ Library has an entire YouTube channel dedicated to these videos, plus follow them on Twitter and Facebook. See President Johnson, Vice President Humphrey, and more!