Abraham Lincoln, sixteenth President of the United States. Born February 12, 1809. Died April 15, 1865
The Freedom Train was a seven-car train that traveled across the United States from September 1947 until January 1949. It was dedicated to the history of American democracy.
The Freedom Train was a seven-car train that traveled across the United States from September 1947 until January 1949. It was dedicated to the history of American democracy (visitors at exhibit).
The Declaration of Independence and Constitution were moved from the Library of Congress to the National Archives on Dec 13, 1952. They were unveiled two days later, on Bill of Rights Day, Shrine unveiled
20 Jul 1969- Astronaut Neil A. Armstrong, stands on the left at the flag's staff. Astronaut Edwin E. Aldrin Jr., also pictured. Pic taken by the 16mm Data Acquisition Camera (DAC) mounted in the LM - deploy flag.
20 Jul 1969 - Edwin E. Aldrin Jr. (left), is seen deploying the Solar Wind Composition (SWC) experiment in this black and white reproduction taken from a telecast by the Apollo 11 lunar surface camera.
18-26 May 1969 - Apollo 10 photo of the lunar nearside looking westward across Apollo Landing Site 3 in Central Bay.
18 Dec. 1968 - The prime crew of Apollo 9 space mission. Left to right, are James A. McDivitt, commander; David R. Scott, command module pilot and Russell L. Schweickart
18 Dec. 1968 - Prime crew of the Apollo 9 space mission. L to R, are James A. McDivitt, David R. Scott, and Russell L. Schweickart
17 Feb. 1969 - Apollo 9 crew is shown suited up for a simulated flight in the Apollo Mission Simulator at the Kennedy Space Center (KSC). L to R are James A. McDivitt, David R. Scott and Russell L. Schweickart
16 Nov. 1966 - Gemini-12 astronauts James A. Lovell Jr. (left), and Edwin E. Aldrin Jr., pilot, shake hands in front of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration's Gemini progress report sign
16 Nov. 1966 - Gemini-12 astronaut James A. Lovell Jr. (left), and Edwin E. Aldrin Jr. (right), pilot, eat a piece of cake presented the two astronauts by crew members of the prime recovery ship, USS Wasp
15 Nov. 1966 - The Gemini spaceflight program concludes as the Gemini-12 spacecraft, with astronaut James A. Lovell Jr.and Edwin E. Aldrin Jr. aboard, nears touchdown
15 Nov. 1966 - A happy Gemini-12 prime crew arrives aboard the aircraft carrier, USS Wasp. Astronauts James A. Lovell Jr. (L), and Edwin E. Aldrin Jr. had just been picked up from the splashdown area.
14 Sept. 1966) --- The Gemini-11 spacecraft is docked to the Agena Target Vehicle in this photograph taken by astronaut Richard F. Gordon Jr., pilot, as he stood in the open hatch
13 Nov. 1968 - The prime crew of the Apollo 8 lunar orbit mission. L to R, are James A. Lovell Jr., command module pilot; William A. Anders, lunar module pilot; and Frank Borman, commander.
13 Nov. 1966) --- Astronaut Edwin Aldrin Jr. photographed inside the Gemini-12 spacecraft cabin during the spaceflight
13 Nov. 1966 - Northern portion of Sonora, Mexico; SE Arizona and SW New Mexico, as seen from the Gemini-12 spacecraft during its 30th revolution of Earth. Includes the Tucson, PhoenixMogollon Rim, and Painted
13 May 1969 - Prime crew of Apollo 10 sits for photo while at Kennedy Space Center for preflight training. L to R are astronauts Eugene A. Cernan, John W. Young, and Thomas P. Stafford, commander
13 March 1969 - The Apollo 9 crew men walk on a red carpet after arriving aboard the prime recovery ship, USS Guadalcanal. L to R, are Russell L. Schweickart, David R. Scott, and James A. McDivitt.
9 Oct. 1968 - Apollo 8 (Spacecraft 103Saturn 503) space vehicle on way from Kennedy Space Center's (KSC) Vehicle Assembly Building (VAB) to Pad A, Launch Complex 39. On Top of a crawler
7 March 1969- Apollo 9 Lunar Module, Spider, in a lunar landing configuration, as photographed from the Command and Service Modules on the fifth day of the Apollo 9 Earth-orbital mission.