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Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum

"A-Tisket A-Tasket"

National Museum of American History
Over the course of her sixty-year career, Ella Fitzgerald (1917–1996) became known to fans and colleagues as "The First Lady of Song." Her rise to international fame as a jazz and popular singer coincided with the rise of an American entertainment industry that brought music to millions through concerts, sound recordings, film, radio, and television. In 1938, Fitzgerald came up with the idea for a song called "A-Tisket, A-Tasket," basing her lyric on a 19th–century nursery rhyme. Her 1938 Decca recording of the song over time became a million–seller.

"ABC's of CPR" Card in Spanish

National Museum of American History
This wallet-size card called the "ABC's of CPR" reviews the steps for cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). The images of hands preforming CPR and the patient’s chest move up and down as the card is tilted back and forth. The cards were distributed to individuals and companies for their employees to carry. In its first three years of production over 225,000 cards were distributed including one sent to President Jimmy Carter. A first place award for excellence in medical education was presented to Mt. Zion Hospital in San Francisco by The Association of American Medical Colleges. The card was printed in four languages, English, Hebrew, Chinese and Spanish.

"ABC's of CPR" card in English

National Museum of American History
This wallet-size card is the "ABC's of CPR" reviews the steps for cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). The images of hands preforming CPR and the patient’s chest move up and down as the card is tilted back and forth. The cards were distributed to individuals and companies for their employees to carry. In its first three years of production over 225,000 cards were distributed including one sent to President Jimmy Carter. A first place award for excellence in medical education was presented to Mt. Zion Hospital in San Francisco by The Association of American Medical Colleges. The card was printed in four lanugages, English, Hebrew, Chinese and Spanish.

"ABC's of CPR" in Chinese

National Museum of American History
This wallet-size card called the "ABC's of CPR" reviews the steps for cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). The images of hands preforming CPR and the patient’s chest move up and down as the card is tilted back and forth. The cards were distributed to individuals and companies for their employees to carry. In its first three years of production over 225,000 cards were distributed including one sent to President Jimmy Carter. A first place award for excellence in medical education was presented to Mt. Zion Hospital in San Francisco by The Association of American Medical Colleges. The card was printed in four languages, English, Hebrew, Chinese and Spanish.

"ACONITUM NAP. 499/CACTUS GRAND. 499"

National Museum of American History

"ADA 25" t-shirt

National Museum of American History

"ADA25" button

National Museum of American History

"ADAPT Power" button

National Museum of American History

"AFD Hose One" Decorative Panel

National Museum of American History
This is a bas-relief carving of a hose wagon was painted red and mounted onto a wooden panel. Dated to around 1890-1900, the panel was most likely made for decoration and not used on a fire engine. The A.F.D. painted on the hose wagon possibly refers to the Albany Fire Department of New York.

"AIDS Awareness" red ribbon stamp button

National Museum of American History

"AIDS Emergency Fund" pin

National Museum of American History

"AIRAM" KRS-45 lamp

National Museum of American History

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Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Simple one-piece form of circular bowl with handle projecting from right edge and tapering to curved point at end; matte finish.

"AJ"

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Simple flat one-piece form of shaped blade tapering to curved point at end of handle; matte finish.

"AJ"

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Simple one-piece form of three-pronged fork tapering to curved point at end of handle; matte finish.

"AJ"

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Simple one-piece form of flared three-pronged fork tapering to curved point at end of handle; matte finish.

"AJ"

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Simple one-piece form of oval bowl tapering to curved point at end of handle; matte finish.

"AJ"

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Simple one-piece form of three-pronged fork tapering to curved point at end of handle; matte finish.

"AJ"

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Simple one-piece form of oval bowl tapering to curved point at end of handle; matte finish.

"AJ"

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Simple one-piece form of two-pronged fork tapering to curved point at end of handle; matte finish.

"AJ"

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Simple one-piece form of two-pronged fork tapering to curved point at end of handle; matte finish.

"AJ"

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Simple one-piece form of oval bowl tapering to curved point at end of handle; matte finish.

"AJ"

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Simple one-piece form of oval bowl tapering to curved point at end of handle; matte finish.
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