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Home Sweet Home

National Museum of American History

Home Sweet Home

National Museum of American History

Home Sweet Home

National Museum of American History
Black and white comic print of a woman seated at a piano, playing and singing. A man is creeping out the door in the background. This is one of over 100 in a series of comic parodies of popular songs.

Home Sweet Home

National Museum of American History

"Home Sweet Home"

National Museum of American History
This sheet music is for the song “Home Sweet Home,” written by H. R. Bishop. It was published by Eclipse Publishing Company in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1907.

Home Sweet Home

National Air and Space Museum
Apollo 12—Pete Conrad Unpacks Stowed Equipment

When astronauts emerged from their lunar module, they stepped down into a strange new world with just “the clothes on their backs”—their spacesuits and lifesupport systems. Their scientific equipment was stored in fold-down compartments on the sides of the lunar module. One of the first items they unpacked and set up was the large antenna, which sent voice and television

communication to Earth.

Artist’s Note:

“This painting emphasizes the size of the Lunar Module. As I looked at it on the Moon, it seemed much, much bigger than I remembered just four days previously back on the launch pad of Kennedy Space Center. It was a friendly home in a faraway world.”

(Robert E. Sweeney was a childhood friend of Alan Bean.)

Today: Home Sweet Home

National Museum of American History

Home Sweet Home Cottage Easthampton

National Museum of American History

Google Home Smart Home Assistant

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Cylindrical device with sloping top section (a) bearing four LED lights in diamond configuration and resting on curved, perforated silver-toned metal speaker base (b). Base is interchangeable; can be swapped for copper-toned version (c) or blue fabric-covered example (d).

Edison Home Kinetoscope

National Museum of American History

Mable's Home

National Museum of American History

Home Babysitter

National Museum of American History

Gracious Home

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
White with image of home front in line drawing. "Gracious Home" in blue with adress and phone number at bottom center.

At Home

National Museum of American History

Home Costume

National Museum of American History

Pythian Home

National Museum of American History

Going Home

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Farm scene. A farmer leading his low-horse home, moving toward right. Woman, carrying an infant, and accompanied by a small girl, are at left.
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