World War I Draft Registration Card for Alphonse Capone
Item from Records of the Selective Service System (World War I). (1917 - 07/15/1919)
Income taxes are due today: File away! Infamous gangster Alphonse Capone’s draft card bares his signature. Capone was imprisoned for tax evasion, so make sure you properly file you taxes today.
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World War I Draft Registration Card for Alphonse Capone

Item from Records of the Selective Service System (World War I). (1917 - 07/15/1919)

Income taxes are due today: File away! Infamous gangster Alphonse Capone’s draft card bares his signature. Capone was imprisoned for tax evasion, so make sure you properly file you taxes today.

Source: http://go.usa.gov/jkqF

Congressional Resolution Bearing the Signature of Thomas Jefferson, 03/03/1791 - 03/03/1791

Item from Records of the U.S. Mint. (04/01/1873 - 01/09/1984)

Happy Birthday, Thomas Jefferson! During Jefferson’s time as a statesman he signed many documents, including the Declaration of Independence. Here is his signature as Secretary of State on a resolution from Congress. 

Source: http://go.usa.gov/DkJw 

Eli Whitney’s Cotton Gin Patent Drawing, 03/14/1794
Item from Records of the Patent and Trademark Office. (1836 - 1849)
Patent Spotlight from the National Archives. Designed to separate cotton fiber from the seed, Whitney’s cotton gin introduced a new, profitable technology to agricultural production in America.
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Eli Whitney’s Cotton Gin Patent Drawing, 03/14/1794

Item from Records of the Patent and Trademark Office. (1836 - 1849)

Patent Spotlight from the National Archives. Designed to separate cotton fiber from the seed, Whitney’s cotton gin introduced a new, profitable technology to agricultural production in America.

Source: http://go.usa.gov/jHGR  

Richard Nixon’s Dogs King Timahoe, Vicky, and Pasha Sit in a Row and Peer Out of a White House Window, 12/01/1970
Item from White House Photo Office Collection (Nixon Administration). (01/20/1969 - 12/1974)
Today is National Pet Day. Our pets leave a mark on our lives, no matter if they belong to average citizens or presidents. In honor of National Pet Day, here are the First Dogs from the Nixon Administration: King Timahoe, Vicky and Pasha.
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Richard Nixon’s Dogs King Timahoe, Vicky, and Pasha Sit in a Row and Peer Out of a White House Window, 12/01/1970

Item from White House Photo Office Collection (Nixon Administration). (01/20/1969 - 12/1974)

Today is National Pet Day. Our pets leave a mark on our lives, no matter if they belong to average citizens or presidents. In honor of National Pet Day, here are the First Dogs from the Nixon Administration: King Timahoe, Vicky and Pasha.

Source: http://go.usa.gov/Dku3 

President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Day of Infamy Speech, 12/08/194

Item from Records of the U.S. Senate. (03/04/1789 -)

President Franklin Roosevelt made this speech in response to the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor in 1941. It begins with the iconic words, “—a date which will live in infamy,” and ends with his signature.

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Photograph of President Truman waving his hat and Winston Churchill flashing his famous “V for Victory” sign from the rear platform of a special Baltimore & Ohio train (evidently en route to Fulton, Missouri for Churchill’s “Iron Curtain” speech), as the President’s Military Aide, General Harry Vaughan, looks on., 03/04/1946?
Item from Audiovisual Collection. (04/01/1985 -)
Happy Churchill Day! Fifty-one years ago today John F. Kennedy honored Winston Churchill by naming him an Honorary Citizen of the United States of America and making April 9th Winston Churchill day. Churchill was the second person to receive this honor. Here is Churchill with President Truman flashing his signature “V for Victory” sign.
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Photograph of President Truman waving his hat and Winston Churchill flashing his famous “V for Victory” sign from the rear platform of a special Baltimore & Ohio train (evidently en route to Fulton, Missouri for Churchill’s “Iron Curtain” speech), as the President’s Military Aide, General Harry Vaughan, looks on., 03/04/1946?

Item from Audiovisual Collection. (04/01/1985 -)

Happy Churchill Day! Fifty-one years ago today John F. Kennedy honored Winston Churchill by naming him an Honorary Citizen of the United States of America and making April 9th Winston Churchill day. Churchill was the second person to receive this honor. Here is Churchill with President Truman flashing his signature “V for Victory” sign.

Source: http://go.usa.gov/DUY4 

Patent Drawing of Telegraphy by Alexander Graham Bell, 03/07/1876

Item from Records of the Patent and Trademark Office. (1849 - 1925)

Patent Spotlight from the National Archives. Alexander Graham Bell signs his name to the patent for the telegraph, a significant invention that allowed for speedy, long distance communication via Morse code.

Source: http://go.usa.gov/jHzC