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The longest speech was a whopping 8,445 words! Which President opined for so long?
Join us & @HolocaustMuseum on Wed, Jan 13 at 7 pm ET for a free educator webinar on American responses to the refugee crisis of the 1930s-40s & the Holocaust 📷 #ArchivesForEducators #InternationalHolocaustRemembranceDay #USHMM
George Washington knew his inaugural address was a historic one. His first words as President would set the tone not just for his Presidency, but for the entire country. See the handwritten address in our new online exhibit: #InaugurationHistory
Civil rights activist Dr. Martin Luther King Jr was born #OTD in 1929. The @USNatArchives holds many primary sources on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, including film, photographs, and documents. Day#MLK #MLKDay
We made a mistake. As the National Archives of the United States, we are and have always been completely committed to preserving our archival holdings, without alteration.
This photo is not an archival record held by the @USNatArchives , but one we licensed to use as a promotional graphic. Nonetheless, we were wrong to alter the image.