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"A More Hopeful Nation"

National Museum of American History

"A Nation of Courage"

National Museum of American History

"A Navaho Farm" Copyright 19 DEC 1906

National Anthropological Archives
Cornfield and orchard in valley.

"A Navaho Girl" / "Child of the Desert" Copyright 03 NOV 1904

National Anthropological Archives
Portrait of girl wearing blanket

"A Navaho Girl" / "Child of the Desert" Copyright 03 NOV 1904

National Anthropological Archives
Portrait of Navajo girl wearing blanket.

"A Navaho Smile" Copyright 03 NOV 1904

National Anthropological Archives
Woman with blanket outside adobe house with locked wood door.

"A Navaho" / "A Chief of the Desert" Copyright 03 NOV 1904

National Anthropological Archives
Portrait of man wearing blanket and headband

"A Navaho" Copyright 01 JUN 1904

National Anthropological Archives
Portrait of man wearing blanket and headband

"A New Dawn" Commemorative Plate

National Museum of American History

"A Noonday Halt" Copyright 03 NOV 1904

National Anthropological Archives
Group of Navajo Indians dismounting from horses at creek

"A Picte" 1889 Painting/Photomechanical

National Anthropological Archives
Copies by Charles Praetorius, 1889-1893, from Original

Colored pencil Watercolor painting and photomechanical on Mat

Man with Body Tattoo Wearing Ornaments, and Curved Sword, and Holding Shield and Spear from Madeira Island

"A Point of Interest" Copyright 01 JUN 1904

National Anthropological Archives
Three men seated on rock formation.

"A Polio Free Nigeria" - Rotary International Cap

National Museum of American History

"A Pretty Girl Is Like a Melody"

National Museum of American History
This sheet music is for the song “A Pretty Girl Is Like a Melody,” with music and lyrics by Irving Berlin. It was published by Standard Music Publications, Inc. in 1922 This song was originally published in 1919.

"A Raid in New York Tenderloin" mutoscope movie poster

National Museum of American History

"A Rendezvous with a Dream"

National Museum of American History
This sheet music is for the song “A Rendezvous with a Dream,” with words and music by Leo Robin and Ralph Rainger. It was published by Famous Music Corporation in New York, New York in 1936. This song was featured in the 1936 Paramount Picture comedy film Poppy, directed by A. Edward Sutherland and starred W. C. Fields, Rochelle Hudson, and Richard Cornwell. There is an image of Hudson and Cornwell and a caricature of W. C. Fields on the cover.

"A Right To The City" Symposium | "Facing the Future: Working Toward Equity in Our Cities"

Anacostia Community Museum
Smithsonian Anacostia Community Museum presents... "A Right to the City: The Past & Future of Urban Equity" Symposium PANEL - "Facing the Future: Working Toward Equity in Our Cities" October 26, 2018 What are the most pressing challenges facing urban communities today, and what strategies and opportunities exist for ensuring a more just future for our cities? MODERATOR Ramon Jacobson, Acting Director, Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) PANELISTS Amanda Alexander, Founding Executive Director, Detroit Justice Center Gloria Bruce, Executive Director, East Bay Housing Organizations Dominic Moulden, Resource Organizer, ONE DC (Organizing Neighborhood Equity DC) Judge Victoria Pratt, Former Chief Judge, Newark Municipal Court (NJ)

"A Right To The City" Symposium | "From Urban Renewal to Gentrification"

Anacostia Community Museum
Smithsonian Anacostia Community Museum presents... "A Right to the City: The Past & Future of Urban Equity" Symposium PANEL - "From Urban Renewal to Gentrification: Planning, Housing, and Neighborhood Change" October 26, 2018 What policies and processes have been transforming cities, suburbs, and their neighborhoods in the 50 years since the passage of the 1968 Fair Housing Act? MODERATOR David Freund, Associate Professor of History, University of Maryland, College Park PANELISTS Howard Gillette, Prof. of History Emeritus, Rutgers University — Camden Kimberley Johnson, Prof. of Social & Cultural Analysis, New York University Nancy Mirabal, Associate Prof. of American Studies and Director of U.S. Latina/o Studies, University of Maryland, College Park Gregory Squires, Prof. of Sociology and Public Policy & Public Administration, George Washington University

"A Right To The City" Symposium | "Neighborhood Power: Organizing in the Aftermath of Civil Rights"

Anacostia Community Museum
Smithsonian Anacostia Community Museum presents... "A Right to the City: The Past & Future of Urban Equity" Symposium PANEL - "Neighborhood Power: Organizing in the Aftermath of Civil Rights" October 26, 2018 How have neighborhoods and communities been organizing for equity and justice in the midst of rapidly changing cities? MODERATOR Tanvi Misra, Staff Writer, CityLab — The Atlantic Panelists Amanda Huron, Associate Prof. of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, University of District of Columbia Rosemary Ndubuizu. Assistant Prof. of Africa American Studies, Georgetown University Diane Wong, Assistant Prof. and Faculty Fellow, New York University

"A Right To The City" Symposium | Keynote Conversation with Dr. Scott Kurashige

Anacostia Community Museum
Smithsonian Anacostia Community Museum presents... "A Right to the City: The Past & Future of Urban Equity" Symposium KEYNOTE - Conversation with Dr. Scott Kurashige October 26, 2018 A discussion of Dr. Kurashige's book, "The Fifty-Year Rebellion: How the U.S. Political Crisis Began in Detroit" (University of California Press, 2017). Dr. Scott Kurashige is a professor of American & Ethnic Studies at the University of Washington Bothell. He is also co-author (with Grace Lee Boggs) of "The Next American Revolution: Sustainable Activism for the Twenty-First Century." MODERATOR Dr. Samir Meghelli, Senior Curator, Anacostia Community Museum

"A Safer World"

National Museum of American History

"A Sentiment"

National Museum of American History
This small booklet contains hand-written passages from other texts, likely to practice spelling, writing, and penmanship. The copied passages come from other books in the Copp’s Collection, including the novel Children of the Abbey and Reverend John Bennett’s Letters to a Young Lady . The Copp Collection contains about 150 books of early American imprint and shows a wide range of reading matter typical of a New England Puritan family living in a port town. Literacy was expected of many New Englanders, as Puritan doctrine required everyone to read the Bible. The abundance of multiple Bibles, psalms, hymnodies, sermons, and morality tales reflects the Copp’s religious beliefs. Other highlights of the library include the works of Shakespeare, almanacs, historical and political texts, and travel narratives. The Copp Collection contains a variety of household objects that the Copp family of Connecticut used from around 1700 until the mid-1800s. Part of the Puritan Great Migration from England to Boston, the family eventually made their home in New London County, Connecticut, where their textiles, clothes, utensils, ceramics, books, bibles, and letters provide a vivid picture of daily life. More of the collection from the Division of Home and Community Life can be viewed by searching accession number 28810.

"A Ship Without a Sail"

National Museum of American History
This sheet music is for the song “A Ship Without a Sail,” with lyrics by Lorenz Hart and music by Richard Rodgers. It was published by Harms, Inc. in New York, New York in 1929. The song was featured in the 1929 Broadway music Heads Up!
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