The nation's record keeper. Our new exhibit, "All American: The Power of Sports," opens on September 16. museum.archives.gov/all-amer…

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“Where can I find statistics and data on #Hispanic and #Latino contributions to the United States?” See the answer to our #QuestionOfTheWeek on #HistoryHub. historyhub.history.gov/threa… #HHM #HispanicHeritageMonth
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On September 27, @USNatArchives and @ESPN present episode one of the documentary #37Words, which tells the inspiring story of Title IX. Olympic gold medal–winning swimmer Donna De Verona will speak. ow.ly/fQ0W50KQhJJ #ArchivesAllAmerican #TitleIX #WomenInSports
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Did you know: Charles Curtis, a member of the Kansa (Kaw) tribe was Herbert Hoover's Vice President. He was the first Native American elected to the position. #nativeamericanday #vp
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#ICYMI last night's excellent panel discussion on women, sports, and equality is on the @USNatArchives YouTube channel!
If you missed us yesterday when we talked about #women #sports and #equality at @USNatArchives, we missed you. Catch up with our conversation on YouTube at invidious.fdn.fr/watch?v=eYwmon3E… @BillieJeanKing @AWSM_SportMedia @womenjournos @dani_bukie @SterlingLordLit
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#DYK that in September of 1980 the White House got it's biggest renovation since Harry Truman was president? Workers stripped 30 coats of paint from the sandstone surface of the @WhiteHouse Image: NAID 847211
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#ArtifactRoadTrip This paperweight was carved from a piece of Bonneville Dam foundation rock by Martin L. Smith, a dragline operator for the Columbia Construction Co. in Portland, Oregon. FDR kept it for a time on his White House Oval Office desk: fdr.artifacts.archives.gov/o…
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On September 27, @USNatArchives and @ESPN present episode one of the documentary #37Words, which tells the inspiring story of Title IX. Olympic gold medal–winning swimmer Donna De Verona will speak. ow.ly/fQ0W50KQhJJ #ArchivesAllAmerican #TitleIX #WomenInSports
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“Where can I find statistics and data on #Hispanic and #Latino contributions to the United States?” See the answer to our #QuestionOfTheWeek on #HistoryHub. historyhub.history.gov/threa… #HHM #HispanicHeritageMonth
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On September 27, @USNatArchives and @ESPN present episode one of the documentary #37Words, which tells the inspiring story of Title IX. Olympic gold medal–winning swimmer Donna De Verona will speak. ow.ly/fQ0W50KQhJJ #ArchivesAllAmerican #TitleIX #WomenInSports
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Happy #FirstDayOfFall and #NationalIceCreamConeDay! --- Governor #RonaldReagan and #NancyReagan eating ice cream cones, 1967-68 AVC233 reaganlibrary.gov/archives/p…
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The @USNatArchives invites comments on a draft bulletin updating descriptions of the major types of radiographic records and storage and handling specifications. ow.ly/B13i50KQhcj 📸catalog.archives.gov/id/6460… #archives #preservation #xray
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Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation 160 years ago today. In 1963, JFK unveiled a US postal stamp designed by Georg Olden (2nd from left) commemorating the Proclamation. Olden was the first African American to design a US postal stamp.
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