Tag Archives: Inauguration

George Washington Writes in the Margins

Today’s blog post comes from Susan K. Donius, Director of the Office of Presidential Libraries at the National Archives. This post originally appeared on the White House blog. Last month, President Obama began his second Inaugural Address by saying, “Each … Continue reading

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Getting Ike into the Loop

Today’s post comes from Christopher Abraham at the Eisenhower Presidential Library. “I am a newspaper reporter and I would like to know if anything unusual happened during either of President Eisenhower’s inaugural ceremonies.” —Anonymous   Have you ever seen a … Continue reading

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See 13 Inaugurations in Four Days at the National Archives

On Monday, January 21, President Obama will be sworn in for a second term. It will be the 57th Presidential Inauguration. Beginning at 11:30 a.m., the President’s swearing-in ceremony will be shown live in the William G. McGowan Theater at … Continue reading

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Washington’s first Inaugural Address now on display

“My station is new; and, if I may use the expression, I walk on untrodden ground.” –George Washington in a letter, January 9, 1790 Today’s post comes to us from Michael Hussey, education and exhibition specialist at the National Archives. … Continue reading

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