|1996_DC_CJones_961001||6||Barnes & Noble -- Chuck Jones|
|2002_DC_Buchwald_021115||6||Borders -- Art Buchwald|
Art Buchwald, the Washington Post humorist, was doing a book-signing locally so I trudged up to the Dupont Circle area to see him. He's certainly an interesting looking person and he radiates warmth and cheer. While I was there, he pointed over to a shelf with best sellers and said "Death and decay....
|2002_DC_Morris_020205||7||Capitol Hill History Project -- Edmund and Sylvia Morris (Teddy Roosevelt)|
This was the inaugural lecture of the Capitol Hill History Project. Edmund Morris had recently published his second book on Theodore Roosevelt, called "Theodore Rex". He had also written the first in that series, called "The Rise of Theodore Roosevelt" as well as "Dutch: A Memoir of Ronald Reagan." His...
|2002_DC_Smith_020910||7||Capitol Hill History Project -- Edward C Smith (Capitol Hill During the Civil War)|
This meeting was held at the Masonic Naval Lodge Hall. Introduced by John Franzen (chairman of the Ruth Ann Overbeck Capitol Hill History Project) and then Lucinda Janke (Kiplinger Washington Collection), Professor Edward C Smith from American University gave a talk about "Capitol Hill During the Civil...
|2002_DC_Smith_021112||21||Capitol Hill History Project -- Sam and Kathryn Smith|
This session of the CHHP was a lively discussion by Sam and Kathy Smith, who've been activists on the Hill for years. They discussed life on the Hill from the 1960's forward. Sam was the editor of the Capital East Gazette, a founder of the DC Statehood Party, and the national Green Party. (As John...
|1996_DC_JLeno_961001||2||Crown Books -- Jay Leno|
|2002_DC_CWPT_Endangered_020226||17||CWPT's "America's Most Endangered Battlefields" presentation (2002) w/Brian Pohanka|
The CWPT announced its list of most endangered battlefields for the year in a conference at the National Press Club. Joining CWPT president James Lighthizer was Civil War author and preservationist Brian Pohanka. The top 10 list this year were the following: ...
|1997_DC_1437RI||2||DC -- 1437 Rhode Island Ave NW (The Zenith)|
|1981_DC_4th_Concert_810704||6||DC -- 4th of July Concert @ U.S. Capitol (1981)|
The PBS-covered Fourth of July concerts started this year. I didn't see the big concert by the Capitol though. That was for old fogies. I did the one by the Washington Monument (Sylvan Theater) instead. Those pretty well died out over the years.
|1984_DC_4th_Concert_840704||2||DC -- 4th of July Concert @ U.S. Capitol (1984)|
|1994_DC_4th_Concert_940704||1||DC -- 4th of July Concert @ U.S. Capitol (1994)|
|1997_DC_4th_Concert_970703||11||DC -- 4th of July Concert @ U.S. Capitol (1997) (dress rehearsal)|
|1998_DC_4th_Concert_980704||2||DC -- 4th of July Concert @ U.S. Capitol (1998)|
|1999_DC_4th_Concert_990704||3||DC -- 4th of July Concert @ U.S. Capitol (1999)|
|1983_DC_4th_Concert_830704||4||DC -- 4th of July Concert @ White House (1983)|
4th of July from the White House grounds. This was one of the perks of working for the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative. Performance by BJ Thomas.
|2001_DC_911DC||14||DC -- 9/11 day and week after|
On September 11, I was on leave from work, writing a long description of my just-completed three-week trip to New England. I had no idea what had happened until a friend called from California somewhere around 2pm. As a result, I always felt that I had missed a fair amount of the feeling of September 11...
|1998_DC_AACW_980718||24||DC -- African-American Civil War Memorial -- Unveiling ceremony (1998)|
The unveiling ceremony for this national monument featured Civil War reenactors for Robert Shaw's regiment and an appearance by the sculptor, Ed Hamilton.
The "Spirit of Freedom" memorial opened in Washington DC on July 18 1998. It honors the African-Americans who served in the Civil War and...
|1997_DC_Red_Cross||2||DC -- American Red Cross Natl Headquarters|
|2002_DC_Red_Cross||2||DC -- American Red Cross Natl Headquarters|
|2002_DC_Mem_Bridge||1||DC -- Arlington Memorial Bridge|
|1997_DC_AFRH||3||DC -- Armed Forces Retirement Home (Old Soldiers Home)|
|1997_DC_SIAAI||2||DC -- Arts and Industries Bldg|
|1997_DC_Basilica||13||DC -- Basilica of the Natl Shrine of the Immaculate Conception|
|2002_DC_Brentwood||1||DC -- Brentwood Neighborhood|
|1998_DC_Law_Candlelight_980513||12||DC -- Candlelight Vigil for Natl Police Week (1998)|
|2002_DC_Sewall_Belmont||10||DC -- Capitol Hill -- Sewall-Belmont House and Museum|
|1997_DC_Cherry||20||DC -- Cherry Blossoms around the Tidal Basin (1997)|
|1998_DC_Cherry||5||DC -- Cherry Blossoms around the Tidal Basin (1998)|
|1999_DC_Cherry||52||DC -- Cherry Blossoms around the Tidal Basin (1999)|
Several visits: ...
|2000_DC_Cherry||28||DC -- Cherry Blossoms around the Tidal Basin (2000)|
|2001_DC_Cherry||12||DC -- Cherry Blossoms around the Tidal Basin (2001)|
|2002_DC_Cherry||78||DC -- Cherry Blossoms around the Tidal Basin (2002)|
Two trips around the Tidal Basin during cherry blossom season.
|1997_DC_Friendship_Arch||3||DC -- Chinatown -- Friendship Arch|
|2002_DC_Friendship_Arch||2||DC -- Chinatown -- Friendship Arch|
|1997_DC_Surratt_Boarding||1||DC -- Chinatown -- Surratt Boarding House (604 H St NW)|
|2002_DC_Surratt_Boarding||1||DC -- Chinatown -- Surratt Boarding House (604 H St NW)|
|2002_DC_TechWorld||1||DC -- Chinatown -- TechWorld|
|1997_DC_Ft_Stevens||4||DC -- Circle Forts -- Fort Stevens Park|
|1997_DC_Cleveland_Pk||11||DC -- Cleveland Park area|
|1997_DC_Cong_Cem||12||DC -- Congressional Cemetery|
|1999_DC_Cong_Cem||5||DC -- Congressional Cemetery|
|2002_DC_Corcoran||1||DC -- Corcoran Gallery of Art|
|1997_DC_Cosmos_Club||2||DC -- Cosmos Club|
|1998_DC_Critters||6||DC -- Critters -- Chickadees|
|1982_DC_Critters||5||DC -- Critters -- Pigeons and guinea pigs|
|2002_DC_Critters||4||DC -- Critters -- Plucky squirrel|
|2000_DC_Critters||1||DC -- Critters -- Squirrel|
|1999_DC_Critters||10||DC -- Critters -- Squirrels and pigeons on the Mall|
Plus a rat in a trash can.
|1985_DC_GeorgetownC||2||DC -- C&O Canal NHP -- Georgetown|
|1997_DC_GeorgetownC||8||DC -- C&O Canal NHP -- Georgetown|
|2000_DC_GeorgetownC||10||DC -- C&O Canal NHP -- Georgetown|
|2000_DC_DOC||1||DC -- Dept of Commerce Building (Herbert C. Hoover Bldg)|
|2002_DC_DOC||6||DC -- Dept of Commerce Building (Herbert C. Hoover Bldg)|
|1999_DC_DOJ||1||DC -- Dept of Justice Building (Robert F. Kennedy Dept of Justice Bldg)|
|1999_DC_Labor||30||DC -- Dept of Labor -- Views from rooftop cafe|
Three visits to the top of the Labor Department to get views of the city: ...
|1997_DC_Treasury||4||DC -- Dept of Treasury building|
|2002_DC_Treasury||12||DC -- Dept of Treasury building|
|1998_DC_WWI||1||DC -- District of Columbia World War I Memorial|
|1997_DC_SIPG_Bldg||2||DC -- Donald W. Reynolds Center -- Building|
|1999_DC_SIPG_Bldg||2||DC -- Donald W. Reynolds Center -- Building|
|1997_DC_SIPG_Sculpture||3||DC -- Donald W. Reynolds Center -- Sculpture|
|1997_DC_Blaine_House||1||DC -- Dupont Circle -- James G. Blaine Mansion (2000 Mass Ave., NW)|
|1997_DC_Dupont_Circle||1||DC -- Dupont Circle Fountain|
|1997_DC_Dupont||3||DC -- Dupont Circle neighborhood (but not Circle)|
|1997_DC_EPPV||11||DC -- East Potomac Park -- Views of the Potomac River|
|2002_DC_Edgewood||1||DC -- Edgewood Neighborhood (incl Rhode Island Avenue Shopping Center)|
|1997_DC_OEOB||2||DC -- Eisenhower Executive Office Building (Old Executive Office Building)|
|2002_DC_OEOB||12||DC -- Eisenhower Executive Office Building (Old Executive Office Building)|
|1997_DC_BSM||1||DC -- Ellipse -- Boy Scout Memorial|
|2002_DC_BSM||2||DC -- Ellipse -- Boy Scout Memorial|
|1999_DC_Butt||3||DC -- Ellipse -- Butt-Millet Memorial Fountain|
|1996_DC_1stDiv||1||DC -- Ellipse -- First Division Monument|
|2002_DC_1stDiv||3||DC -- Ellipse -- First Division Monument|
|2002_DC_2ndDiv||2||DC -- Ellipse -- Second Division Memorial|
|1997_DC_Ellipse||2||DC -- Ellipse (President's Park South)|
|1999_DC_Ellipse||1||DC -- Ellipse (President's Park South)|
|2002_DC_Ellipse||8||DC -- Ellipse (President's Park South)|
|1997_DC_Emb_Croatia||1||DC -- Embassy of Croatia|
|1997_DC_Emb_Britain||2||DC -- Embassy of Great Britain (Churchill statue)|
|1996_DC_AIDS_Quilt||4||DC -- Event: AIDS Quilt (1996) @ Mall|
|2000_DC_AIDS_Quilt||2||DC -- Event: AIDS Quilt (2000) @ Mall|
|2002_DC_Farragut||1||DC -- Farragut Square|
|2002_DC_FBI||3||DC -- FBI Building (J. Edgar Hoover Bldg)|
|1998_DC_FRB||1||DC -- Federal Reserve Building (Marriner S. Eccles Federal Reserve Board Bldg)|
|1997_DC_FTC||4||DC -- Federal Trade Commission building|
|2002_DC_FTC||4||DC -- Federal Trade Commission building|
|1996_DC_Contact_961109||2||DC -- Filming "Contact" @ Dept of Treasury building|
Barely visible as they come down the steps are Jodie Foster and Matthew McConaughey.
|2001_DC_Report_010626||14||DC -- Filming "Minority Report" @ Ronald Reagan Bldg|
Tom Cruise's "Minority Report" movie had a few scenes filmed in DC. If you blink, you'll miss them. There's one scene, though, where Tom has just had an eye transplant and sneaks back into the tank to grab the "minority report" prescience person. You see him lurking after a face-changing drug takes...
|2001_DC_Ballroom_010627||3||DC -- Filming "Minority Report" @ Willard Hotel|
One of the places that they filmed some scenes for "Minority Report" was at the Willard Hotel. I went over there and people were getting set up in the make-up. I didn't see anything recognizable but it was still interesting.
|1999_DC_FCUCC||1||DC -- First Congregational UCC (945 G St NW)|
|1997_DC_Foggy_Bottom||5||DC -- Foggy Bottom area|
|2000_DC_Foggy_Bottom||1||DC -- Foggy Bottom area|
|2002_DC_FONZ_AM_021018||51||DC -- FONZ Annual Meeting (2002)|
This was the 44th Friends of the National Zoo (FONZ) Annual Meeting. They meet once a year to announce the new board of directors and let us know what's going on in the zoo. I'd never actually been to one of these so it was rather fun. This particular year had seen the deaths of several animals at the...
|1999_DC_FONZ_Event_990917||6||DC -- FONZ Event -- Wildlife Art Festival|
This was one of the last of these that the zoo sponsored.
|1999_DC_Zoofari_990520||5||DC -- FONZ Zoofari (1999)|
|2000_DC_Zoofari_000518||3||DC -- FONZ Zoofari (2000)|
|2001_DC_Zoofari_010517||6||DC -- FONZ Zoofari (2001)|
Another visit with my friend Rita Hill.
|1997_DC_Fords_Museum||1||DC -- Ford's Theatre NHS (Museum)|
|1997_DC_Fords||4||DC -- Ford's Theatre NHS (Theatre, Lobby)|
|2000_DC_Fords||3||DC -- Ford's Theatre NHS (Theatre, Lobby)|
|2002_DC_Fords||1||DC -- Ford's Theatre NHS (Theatre, Lobby)|
|1997_DC_Ft_McNair||4||DC -- Fort Lesley J. McNair|
|1997_DC_Ft_StevensNC||1||DC -- Fort Stevens Park National Cemetery|
|2002_DC_Walker_020317||2||DC -- FOSE (Federal Office Systems Expo) -- Mort Walker ("Beetle Bailey")|
Mort was signing copies of one of his "Beetle Bailey" comic strip books to support a veteran's group.
|1999_DC_Franciscan||35||DC -- Franciscan Monastery|
|1997_DC_FDR||31||DC -- Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial|
The first pictures were taken of the entrance of the memorial before it opened. They were just doing the engraving of the name at the time of the cherry blossoms.
The latter shots are on after it opened.5/2/1997.
|1998_DC_FDR||16||DC -- Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial|
|1999_DC_FDR||31||DC -- Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial|
|2000_DC_FDR||25||DC -- Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial|
|2002_DC_FDR||83||DC -- Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial|
|1997_DC_FDR_Ceremony_970502||48||DC -- Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial -- 1997 Opening Ceremony|
On May 2, 1997, President Clinton joined Mike Wallace, Master of Ceremonies, FDR Commission Co-chairs Senators Daniel K. Inouye and Mark O. Hatfield, David B. Roosevelt, Princess Margriet of the Netherlands and opera singer Denyce Graves to dedicate the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial. The FDR...
|2002_DC_FDR_Archives||2||DC -- Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial (Original one outside of National Archives)|
|2001_DC_Douglass||2||DC -- Frederick Douglass NHS -- Exterior Images|
|2001_DC_DouglassI||2||DC -- Frederick Douglass NHS -- Interior images|
|2001_DC_DouglassVw||2||DC -- Frederick Douglass NHS -- Views from...|
|2000_DC_FP_Tartans_000408||3||DC -- Freedom Plaza -- Tartan event|
|1997_DC_FPlaza||3||DC -- Freedom Plaza (incl Pulaski statue)|
|1999_DC_FPlaza||1||DC -- Freedom Plaza (incl Pulaski statue)|
|2002_DC_FPlaza||4||DC -- Freedom Plaza (incl Pulaski statue)|
|2002_DC_SIFG_Courtyard||2||DC -- Freer Gallery of Art -- Exhibit: Inner Courtyard|
|2002_DC_SIFG||30||DC -- Freer Gallery of Art -- Not Covered Elsewhere|
|1997_DC_Gallaudet||3||DC -- Gallaudet University|
|1997_DC_GAR||3||DC -- GAR Memorial|
|1999_DC_GAR||1||DC -- GAR Memorial|
|1997_DC_Rawlins_Statue||2||DC -- General John A. Rawlins Statue|
|1997_DC_Hancock_Mem||1||DC -- General Winfield Scott Hancock (Ellicott) Memorial|
|2002_DC_Mason||5||DC -- George Mason Memorial|
|1997_DC_Meade||1||DC -- George Meade Memorial|
|1997_DC_Exorcist||2||DC -- Georgetown -- Exorcist Steps (Prospect and 36th St NW)|
|2000_DC_Exorcist||5||DC -- Georgetown -- Exorcist Steps (Prospect and 36th St NW)|
|1997_DC_Volta||1||DC -- Georgetown -- Volta Laboratory and Bureau (3414 Volta Pl NW)|
|1997_DC_Georgetown||7||DC -- Georgetown areas|
|2000_DC_GeorgetownU||4||DC -- Georgetown University|
|1997_DC_Glenwood||8||DC -- Glenwood Cemetery|
|1999_DC_Glenwood||9||DC -- Glenwood Cemetery|
|1997_DC_New_HopeBC||3||DC -- Greater New Hope Baptist Church / Washington Hebrew Congregation|
|1997_DC_Greyhound||1||DC -- Greyhound Bus Station|
|1998_DC_Plowshares||1||DC -- Guns into Plowshares Statue|
|1999_DC_Plowshares||5||DC -- Guns into Plowshares Statue|
|1997_DC_Teddy_Island||3||DC -- GW Memorial Parkway -- Theodore Roosevelt Island Park|
|1999_DC_Teddy_Island||6||DC -- GW Memorial Parkway -- Theodore Roosevelt Island Park|
|2002_DC_Perfect_021030||8||DC -- GWU -- Debra Trione presenting "A Perfect World" exhibit|
After a filming of the CNN show "Crossfire" at George Washington University, they announced that there was an opening upstairs for a new traveling art exhibit. The exhibit was by Debra Trione who had spent five years collecting views of a "perfect world" from over fifty powerful leaders in the United...
|2002_DC_SMPA||9||DC -- GWU -- School of Media & Public Affairs|
A historic display they had in the lobby.
|2002_DC_Crossfire||24||DC -- GWU -- "Crossfire" filming|
This show is filmed at George Washington University every weekday night. I attended a number of shows, originally to see what it was like and then to see who was on. Unfortunately, you're not allowed to actually film during broadcasting so all of the shots I have are before or after. BTW, some of the...
|1986_DC_Hains||2||DC -- Hains Point ("The Awakening")|
|1997_DC_Hains||18||DC -- Hains Point ("The Awakening")|
|1999_DC_Hains||11||DC -- Hains Point ("The Awakening")|
|2002_DC_Hains||27||DC -- Hains Point ("The Awakening")|
|2002_DC_SIHIR||23||DC -- Hirshhorn Museum (Inside)|
The collection of five people standing in various stages of distress is a story about a town in Europe that was threatened with destruction unless they came up with five human sacrifices.
|1997_DC_SIHIRO||12||DC -- Hirshhorn Museum (Outside)|
|1998_DC_SIHIRO||2||DC -- Hirshhorn Museum (Outside)|
|2000_DC_SIHIRO||2||DC -- Hirshhorn Museum (Outside)|
|2002_DC_SIHIRO||40||DC -- Hirshhorn Museum (Outside)|
|1997_DC_Hotel_Monaco||1||DC -- Hotel Monaco|
|1999_DC_HotelW_Vw||22||DC -- Hotel Washington (W Washington) -- Views from rooftop cafeteria|
|1981_DC_Inaug_Parade_810120||9||DC -- Inaugural parade (1981) (Reagan and Bush)|
|1989_DC_Inaug_Parade_890120||6||DC -- Inaugural parade (1989)|
This is what your view looks like if you really don't have any vantage point at all.
|1993_DC_Inaug_Parade_930120||9||DC -- Inaugural parade (1993)|
|1997_DC_McPherson||2||DC -- James B. McPherson Equestrian Memorial|
|1980_DC_Anderson_198003||4||DC -- John Anderson rally (w/Edward Brooke)|
I had of course voted for Jimmy Carter in 1976. I wasn't thrilled with the choices in 1980 and decided to vote for John Anderson, a Republican. I lived in Washington DC at the time and you had to register as a specific party so I found myself registering as a Republican. Then, right before the primary...
|1997_DC_JAWilson||1||DC -- John A. Wilson Building|
|1999_DC_JAWilson||2||DC -- John A. Wilson Building|
|2002_DC_JAWilson||10||DC -- John A. Wilson Building|
Including winter scenes where the building was lighted.
|2001_DC_Ericsson||1||DC -- John Ericsson Memorial|
|2002_DC_Kennedy_Center||2||DC -- John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts|
|1997_DC_JPJ||1||DC -- John Paul Jones Memorial|
|1997_DC_Lincoln_Flannery||2||DC -- Judiciary Square -- Abraham Lincoln (Flannery) Statue|
|2001_DC_Lincoln_Flannery||1||DC -- Judiciary Square -- Abraham Lincoln (Flannery) Statue|
|2002_DC_Lincoln_Flannery||3||DC -- Judiciary Square -- Abraham Lincoln (Flannery) Statue|
|1999_DC_Pike_Statue||2||DC -- Judiciary Square -- Brigadier General Albert Pike Statue|
|1997_DC_CourthousePk||1||DC -- Judiciary Square -- Courthouse Park (John Marshall Park and the one north of it)|
|1997_DC_Darlington||2||DC -- Judiciary Square -- Darlington Memorial Fountain|
|1999_DC_Darlington||1||DC -- Judiciary Square -- Darlington Memorial Fountain|
|2002_DC_Darlington||2||DC -- Judiciary Square -- Darlington Memorial Fountain|
|2002_DC_Newhart_021029||28||DC -- Kennedy Center -- Mark Twain Prize (2002 -- Bob Newhart)|
Bob Newhart was the fifth recipient of the Kennedy Center's Mark Twain Prize. While you weren't allowed to take photos during the event, I hung around to see the comings and goings and took a variety of backs of heads, hand shots, etc... People you'll see here are Tim Conway, the Smothers Brothers, Jane...
|1997_DC_Korean_War||5||DC -- Korean War Veterans Memorial|
|1998_DC_Korean_War||6||DC -- Korean War Veterans Memorial|
|1999_DC_Korean_War||4||DC -- Korean War Veterans Memorial|
|2002_DC_Korean_War||81||DC -- Korean War Veterans Memorial|
|1982_DC_Lafayette_Square||2||DC -- Lafayette Square (by White House) area|
|1997_DC_Lafayette_Square||12||DC -- Lafayette Square (by White House) area|
|1999_DC_Lafayette_Square||7||DC -- Lafayette Square (by White House) area|
|2000_DC_Lafayette_Square||5||DC -- Lafayette Square (by White House) area|
|2002_DC_Lafayette_Square||45||DC -- Lafayette Square (by White House) area|
|1997_DC_Letelier_Mem||2||DC -- Letelier-Moffitt Memorial|
|1997_DC_LOC_Ext||2||DC -- Library of Congress -- Exterior Images|
|1999_DC_LOC_Ext||3||DC -- Library of Congress -- Exterior Images|
|1997_DC_LOC_MRR||1||DC -- Library of Congress -- Room: Main Reading Room (room itself)|
|1999_DC_LOC_MRR||1||DC -- Library of Congress -- Room: Main Reading Room (room itself)|
|2002_DC_LOC_MRR||2||DC -- Library of Congress -- Room: Main Reading Room (room itself)|
|1997_DC_LOC_NWCorner||2||DC -- Library of Congress -- Room: Northwest Corner (Maps) Art (2nd Floor)|
|1997_DC_LOC_NWGal||1||DC -- Library of Congress -- Room: Northwest Gallery (Early Americas) Art (2nd Floor)|
|1997_DC_LOC_GH||8||DC -- Library of Congress -- Room: The Great Hall|
|1999_DC_LOC_GH||9||DC -- Library of Congress -- Room: The Great Hall|
|2002_DC_LOC_GH||12||DC -- Library of Congress -- Room: The Great Hall|
|1997_DC_Lincoln_Cottage||2||DC -- Lincoln Cottage (at the Armed Forces Retirement Home)|
|1982_DC_Lincoln_Mem||3||DC -- Lincoln Memorial|
|1997_DC_Lincoln_Mem||11||DC -- Lincoln Memorial|
|1998_DC_Lincoln_Mem||26||DC -- Lincoln Memorial|
|1999_DC_Lincoln_Mem||16||DC -- Lincoln Memorial|
|2002_DC_Lincoln_Mem||35||DC -- Lincoln Memorial|
|1997_DC_Luther_Place_MC||2||DC -- Luther Place Memorial Church|
|1997_DC_Thomas_Statue||1||DC -- Major General George Henry Thomas (Thomas Circle) Statue|
|1997_DC_Logan_Statue||4||DC -- Major John Logan Statue|
|1997_DC_Const_Gardens||1||DC -- Mall -- Constitution Gardens (incl Memorial to the 56 Signers of the Declaration of Independence)|
|2001_DC_Const_Gardens||1||DC -- Mall -- Constitution Gardens (incl Memorial to the 56 Signers of the Declaration of Independence)|
|2002_DC_Const_Gardens||2||DC -- Mall -- Constitution Gardens (incl Memorial to the 56 Signers of the Declaration of Independence)|
|1998_DC_Faith_980630||11||DC -- Mall -- Event: Faith Hill on the Ellipse|
|2000_DC_KWar_000625||29||DC -- Mall -- Event: Korean War 50th Anniversary (2000)|
The commemoration ceremonies for the 50th anniversary of the Korean War were conducted June 25 in Seoul, South Korea, and Washington, D.C. They are the first of many commemorative events scheduled during the next three years in the United States and the Republic of Korea marking the history of the...
|2000_DC_Clinton_000625||11||DC -- Mall -- Event: Korean War 50th Anniversary (2000) -- Bill Clinton|
This was very cool! After the Korean War event, President Clinton came out and shook hands with the public. I stood on some chairs taking pictures and finally reached over and shook his hand. Previously, I had met and spoken to Jimmy Carter but Clinton was more of a thrill for me.
|1979_DC_Pope_197910||5||DC -- Mall -- Event: Pope John Paul II|
|1996_DC_Smithsonian150_960802||9||DC -- Mall -- Event: Smithsonian 150th Anniversary|
The event included interviews with Little Anthony and the Imperials plus Trisha Yearwood.
|2001_DC_Rev_War||4||DC -- Mall -- Event: Smithsonian demo of American Revolution|
|1997_DC_WCCanal||1||DC -- Mall -- Lockkeepers House (Washington City Canal House)|
|1997_DC_Mem_Day_970530||9||DC -- Memorial Day Concert (1997) (dress rehearsal)|
|1997_DC_Meridian||3||DC -- Meridian Hill Park|
|1997_DC_DC||4||DC -- Miscellaneous|
|2002_DC_DC||1||DC -- Miscellaneous|
|1997_DC_Mitchell_Park||3||DC -- Mitchell Park|
|1997_DC_Mt_OlivetDC||4||DC -- Mt Olivet cemetery|
|1999_DC_Mt_OlivetDC||12||DC -- Mt Olivet cemetery after Gallaudet student vandalism|
One night, several hundred headstones were pushed over in an act of vandalism. Later, it was learned that a group of kids from Gallaudet University had gone there to create some havoc. They caused several hundred thousand dollars in damage.
|1997_DC_Einstein||3||DC -- National Academy of Sciences Bldg -- Albert Einstein Memorial|
|1998_DC_Einstein||2||DC -- National Academy of Sciences Bldg -- Albert Einstein Memorial|
|2002_DC_Einstein||11||DC -- National Academy of Sciences Bldg -- Albert Einstein Memorial|
|1998_DC_SIAIR_AS||7||DC -- Natl Air and Space Museum -- Exhibit: America's Smithsonian|
In celebration of the 150th anniversary of the Smithsonian Institution, "America's Smithsonian," an $8 million, 336-artifact tour, played 12 cities in two years, including recent stops in Los Angeles, the Midwest and the New York Coliseum.
In two hours, visitors can tour three galleries filled with...
|1997_DC_SIAIR_Milestones||5||DC -- Natl Air and Space Museum -- Gallery 100: Milestones of Flight|
|2001_DC_SIAIR_Milestones||3||DC -- Natl Air and Space Museum -- Gallery 100: Milestones of Flight|
|2002_DC_SIAIR_Milestones||15||DC -- Natl Air and Space Museum -- Gallery 100: Milestones of Flight|
|1999_DC_SIAIR_America||1||DC -- Natl Air and Space Museum -- Gallery 102: America by Air|
|2002_DC_SIAIR_America||5||DC -- Natl Air and Space Museum -- Gallery 102: America by Air|
|2002_DC_SIAIR_Lunar||1||DC -- Natl Air and Space Museum -- Gallery 112: Lunar Exploration Vehicles|
|2002_DC_SIAIR_Space_Race||6||DC -- Natl Air and Space Museum -- Gallery 114: Space Race|
|1997_DC_SIAIR_SW||68||DC -- Natl Air and Space Museum -- Gallery 211 Exhibit: Star Wars: The Magic of Myth|
Star Wars: The Magic of Myth
October 31, 1997 – January 31, 1999
Original props, models, costumes, characters, and artwork from the Star Wars trilogy are used to compare elements of the films to elements of mythology, following a classic mythological "hero's journey." The exhibition commemorates the...
|1998_DC_SIAIR_SW||64||DC -- Natl Air and Space Museum -- Gallery 211 Exhibit: Star Wars: The Magic of Myth|
Star Wars: The Magic of Myth
October 31, 1997 – January 31, 1999
Original props, models, costumes, characters, and artwork from the Star Wars trilogy are used to compare elements of the films to elements of mythology, following a classic mythological "hero's journey." The exhibition commemorates the...
|1997_DC_SIAIR_Bldg||2||DC -- Natl Air and Space Museum -- General|
|1999_DC_SIAIR_Bldg||1||DC -- Natl Air and Space Museum -- General|
|2002_DC_SIAIR_Bldg||1||DC -- Natl Air and Space Museum -- General|
Part of the area was being closed off for a black-tie event that night (which I obviously wasn't invited to).
|1998_DC_Worley_980704||7||DC -- Natl Air and Space Museum -- Jo Anne Worley|
The US Air Force Band, with special guest Jo Anne Worley, gave an inspiring concert on Independence Day.
|2002_DC_AquariumDC||38||DC -- Natl Aquarium|
|1997_DC_Archives||2||DC -- Natl Archives -- Exterior|
|1999_DC_Archives||6||DC -- Natl Archives -- Exterior|
|2002_DC_Archives||4||DC -- Natl Archives -- Exterior|
|1997_DC_Building||19||DC -- Natl Building Museum|
|1998_DC_Building||4||DC -- Natl Building Museum|
|1999_DC_Building||5||DC -- Natl Building Museum|
|2002_DC_Building||4||DC -- Natl Building Museum|
|1997_DC_NCCC||3||DC -- Natl City Christian Church|
|1997_DC_NCNW||2||DC -- Natl Council of Negro Women|
|1982_DC_NGA_Bldg||2||DC -- Natl Gallery of Art -- Building|
|1997_DC_NGA_Bldg||1||DC -- Natl Gallery of Art -- Building|
|2002_DC_NGA_Bldg||2||DC -- Natl Gallery of Art -- Building|
|1997_DC_NGAEW_Bldg||5||DC -- Natl Gallery of Art -- East Wing -- Building and Public Space|
|1999_DC_NGAEW_Bldg||1||DC -- Natl Gallery of Art -- East Wing -- Building and Public Space|
|2000_DC_NGAEW_Bldg||1||DC -- Natl Gallery of Art -- East Wing -- Building and Public Space|
|2002_DC_NGAEW_Bldg||3||DC -- Natl Gallery of Art -- East Wing -- Building and Public Space|
|2002_DC_NGAEW_Concourse||1||DC -- Natl Gallery of Art -- East Wing -- Concourse|
|2002_DC_NGAEW_Galleries||9||DC -- Natl Gallery of Art -- East Wing -- Permanent Galleries|
|2002_DC_NGAP||10||DC -- Natl Gallery of Art -- Paintings|
|1997_DC_NGAS||6||DC -- Natl Gallery of Art -- Sculpture|
|1998_DC_NGAS||2||DC -- Natl Gallery of Art -- Sculpture|
|2002_DC_NGAS||22||DC -- Natl Gallery of Art -- Sculpture|
|1999_DC_NGASG||10||DC -- Natl Gallery of Art -- Sculpture Garden|
|2002_DC_NGASG||11||DC -- Natl Gallery of Art -- Sculpture Garden|
|1997_DC_NGA_Shaw||8||DC -- Natl Gallery of Art -- Shaw Memorial|
|1999_DC_NGA_Shaw||2||DC -- Natl Gallery of Art -- Shaw Memorial|
|2000_DC_NGA_Shaw||2||DC -- Natl Gallery of Art -- Shaw Memorial|
|2002_DC_NGA_Shaw||9||DC -- Natl Gallery of Art -- Shaw Memorial|
|2002_DC_NGS_Garden||3||DC -- Natl Geographic Society -- Outdoor Sculpture Garden|
|2001_DC_Jap_Amer||53||DC -- Natl Japanese-American Monument|
Two visits: ...
|2002_DC_Jap_Amer||32||DC -- Natl Japanese-American Monument|
|2001_DC_JAM_010629||46||DC -- Natl Japanese-American Monument -- Opening Ceremony (2001)|
|1997_DC_Law||3||DC -- Natl Law Enforcement Officers Memorial|
|1998_DC_Law||4||DC -- Natl Law Enforcement Officers Memorial|
An unusual series of photos since it shows the guys getting ready to unveil a new year's worth of the police honorees in the wall.
|1999_DC_Law||1||DC -- Natl Law Enforcement Officers Memorial|
|1997_DC_Mall||3||DC -- Natl Mall area|
|1999_DC_Mall||1||DC -- Natl Mall area|
|2000_DC_Mall||2||DC -- Natl Mall area|
|2002_DC_Mall||16||DC -- Natl Mall area|
|2002_DC_SIAH_More_Perfect||2||DC -- Natl Museum of American History -- Exhibit: A More Perfect Union: Japanese Americans and the U.S. Constitution|
A More Perfect Union: Japanese Americans and the U.S. Constitution
October 1, 1987 – January 11, 2004
The Constitutional process is examined by considering the experiences of Americans of Japanese ancestry before, during, and after World War II. During World War II almost 120,000 Japanese Americans,...
|1999_DC_SIAH_Armed||1||DC -- Natl Museum of American History -- Exhibit: Armed Forces History|
Armed Forces History
July 3, 1965 – January 12, 2004
Through displays of uniforms, weapons, and flags, the Armed Forces History Hall traces the development of the U.S. armed forces beginning with the early Colonial period. A selection of patent models by such notable American inventors as Samuel Colt,...
|2002_DC_SIAH_Armed||2||DC -- Natl Museum of American History -- Exhibit: Armed Forces History|
Armed Forces History
July 3, 1965 – January 12, 2004
Through displays of uniforms, weapons, and flags, the Armed Forces History Hall traces the development of the U.S. armed forces beginning with the early Colonial period. A selection of patent models by such notable American inventors as Samuel Colt,...
|2002_DC_SIAH_Ceremonial||1||DC -- Natl Museum of American History -- Exhibit: Ceremonial Court|
|2002_DC_SIAH_Fast_Attack||4||DC -- Natl Museum of American History -- Exhibit: Fast Attacks and Boomers: Submarines in the Cold War|
Fast Attacks and Boomers: Submarines in the Cold War
April 12, 2000 – June 1, 2003
This exhibition reviews the early history of submarines and their radical transformation after World War II. It shows how submarines are built, how they work, and what they do. It also tells the story of submariners and...
|2002_DC_SIAH_Burden||16||DC -- Natl Museum of American History -- Exhibit: Glorious Burden|
|1999_DC_SIAH_Gunboat||2||DC -- Natl Museum of American History -- Exhibit: Gunboat Philadelphia|
|2002_DC_SIAH_Gunboat||3||DC -- Natl Museum of American History -- Exhibit: Gunboat Philadelphia|
|2002_DC_SIAH_Julia||2||DC -- Natl Museum of American History -- Exhibit: Julia Child’s Kitchen|
|2002_DC_SIAH_July1942||3||DC -- Natl Museum of American History -- Exhibit: July 1942: United We Stand|
July 1942: United We Stand
March 22, 2002 – October 27, 2002
Of the original 500 magazines printed July 1942 that featured the American flag, this exhibition reunites 60 years later nearly 100 of these covers. Intended as a show of patriotism, national strength, and unity in a time of crisis, the 1942...
|1997_DC_SIAH_GWStatue||1||DC -- Natl Museum of American History -- Exhibit: Landmark Object: George Washington Statue, 1841|
|2002_DC_SIAH_GWStatue||3||DC -- Natl Museum of American History -- Exhibit: Landmark Object: George Washington Statue, 1841|
|2002_DC_SIAH_Ahead||3||DC -- Natl Museum of American History -- Exhibit: Looking Ahead|
|2002_DC_SIAH_PopCult||8||DC -- Natl Museum of American History -- Exhibit: Pop Culture|
|2002_DC_SIAH_911||17||DC -- Natl Museum of American History -- Exhibit: September 11: Bearing Witness to History|
September 11: Bearing Witness to History
September 11, 2002 – July 6, 2003
The personal stories, photographs, and artifacts from the World Trade Towers, the Pentagon, and the Flight 93 crash site in Somerset County, Pennsylvania, commemorate the tragic events of September 11, 2001. The exhibition is...
|1999_DC_SIAH_Ext||1||DC -- Natl Museum of American History -- Exterior Shots|
|1997_DC_NMHMDC||1||DC -- Natl Museum of Health and Medicine (Walter Reed)|
|1997_DC_NMHMDC_CW||1||DC -- Natl Museum of Health and Medicine (Walter Reed) -- Exhibit: Civil War|
|1997_DC_NMHMDC_Lincoln||2||DC -- Natl Museum of Health and Medicine (Walter Reed) -- Exhibit: His Wound is Mortal: The Final Hours of President Abraham Lincoln|
|2001_DC_SINH_Bldg||2||DC -- Natl Museum of Natural History|
|2002_DC_SINH_Bldg||3||DC -- Natl Museum of Natural History|
|2002_DC_SINH_Fossils||10||DC -- Natl Museum of Natural History -- Exhibit: Fossil Mammals/Dinosaurs|
|1999_DC_SINH_Gems||2||DC -- Natl Museum of Natural History -- Exhibit: Geology, Gems, and Minerals|
|2002_DC_SINH_Gems||8||DC -- Natl Museum of Natural History -- Exhibit: Geology, Gems, and Minerals|
|1999_DC_SINH_Skeletons||1||DC -- Natl Museum of Natural History -- Exhibit: Osteology: Hall of Bones|
|1999_DC_SINH_Rotunda||3||DC -- Natl Museum of Natural History -- Rotunda|
|2002_DC_SINH_Rotunda||7||DC -- Natl Museum of Natural History -- Rotunda|
|2002_DC_AmerInd||5||DC -- Natl Museum of the American Indian -- Outside Areas|
|2002_DC_SIPM_Moving||1||DC -- Natl Postal Museum -- Exhibit (MIA Galleries 1): Moving the Mail|
|2002_DC_SIPM_Communities||8||DC -- Natl Postal Museum -- Exhibit (MIA Galleries 3): Customers and Communities|
|1998_DC_SIPM||2||DC -- Natl Postal Museum -- Not Covered Elsewhere|
|2002_DC_SIPM||3||DC -- Natl Postal Museum -- Not Covered Elsewhere|
|2000_DC_WW2_001111||61||DC -- Natl World War II Memorial (2000) -- Ground breaking ceremony|
|2002_DC_WWII||3||DC -- Natl World War II Memorial (2002) -- Under construction|
|2002_DC_SINZ_Amazonia||3||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Amazonia|
|1981_DC_SINZ_Bear||2||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Bears|
|1982_DC_SINZ_Bear||3||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Bears|
|1994_DC_SINZ_Bear||2||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Bears|
|1998_DC_SINZ_Bear||12||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Bears|
|1999_DC_SINZ_Bear||20||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Bears|
|2000_DC_SINZ_Bear||4||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Bears|
|2002_DC_SINZ_Bear||8||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Bears|
|1998_DC_SINZ_BV||12||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Beaver Valley|
|1999_DC_SINZ_BV||2||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Beaver Valley|
|2002_DC_SINZ_BV||9||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Beaver Valley|
|1981_DC_SINZ_Cat||1||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Big Cats|
|1982_DC_SINZ_Cat||8||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Big Cats|
|1985_DC_SINZ_Cat||7||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Big Cats|
|1994_DC_SINZ_Cat||1||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Big Cats|
|1997_DC_SINZ_Cat||85||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Big Cats|
|1998_DC_SINZ_Cat||58||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Big Cats|
|1999_DC_SINZ_Cat||94||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Big Cats|
|2000_DC_SINZ_Cat||2||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Big Cats|
|2001_DC_SINZ_Cat||5||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Big Cats|
|2002_DC_SINZ_Cat||28||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Big Cats|
|1996_DC_SINZ_Bird||1||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Bird House|
|1999_DC_SINZ_Bird||3||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Bird House|
|2000_DC_SINZ_Bird||3||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Bird House|
|2002_DC_SINZ_Bird||3||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Bird House|
|1981_DC_SINZ_Elephant||8||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Elephant House/Trail|
|1996_DC_SINZ_Elephant||4||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Elephant House/Trail|
|1997_DC_SINZ_Elephant||9||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Elephant House/Trail|
|1998_DC_SINZ_Elephant||18||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Elephant House/Trail|
|1999_DC_SINZ_Elephant||16||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Elephant House/Trail|
|2002_DC_SINZ_Elephant||41||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Elephant House/Trail|
|2002_DC_SINZ_PandaVC||1||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Giant Panda Visitor Areas (David M. Rubenstein Family Giant Panda Habitat)|
|1981_DC_SINZ_Panda||2||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Giant Pandas|
|1998_DC_SINZ_Panda||16||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Giant Pandas|
|1999_DC_SINZ_Panda||1||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Giant Pandas|
|2000_DC_SINZ_Panda||1||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Giant Pandas|
Condolence poster for Hsing-Hsing.
|2001_DC_SINZ_Panda||19||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Giant Pandas|
They had put the two adults together trying to see if they'd mate. Not quite...
|2002_DC_SINZ_Panda||82||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Giant Pandas|
|1998_DC_SINZ_Invert||2||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Invertebrates|
|2002_DC_SINZ_Invert||12||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Invertebrates|
|1981_DC_SINZ_Main||6||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Parts not covered elsewhere|
|1982_DC_SINZ_Main||2||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Parts not covered elsewhere|
|1983_DC_SINZ_Main||1||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Parts not covered elsewhere|
|1997_DC_SINZ_Main||1||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Parts not covered elsewhere|
|1998_DC_SINZ_Main||24||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Parts not covered elsewhere|
|1999_DC_SINZ_Main||22||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Parts not covered elsewhere|
|2000_DC_SINZ_Main||10||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Parts not covered elsewhere|
|2001_DC_SINZ_Main||1||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Parts not covered elsewhere|
|2002_DC_SINZ_Main||18||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Parts not covered elsewhere|
|1982_DC_SINZ_Prairie||3||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Prairie Dogs|
|1998_DC_SINZ_Prairie||27||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Prairie Dogs|
|1999_DC_SINZ_Prairie||25||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Prairie Dogs|
|2000_DC_SINZ_Prairie||14||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Prairie Dogs|
|2002_DC_SINZ_Prairie||16||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Prairie Dogs|
|1981_DC_SINZ_Primate||2||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Primates|
|1997_DC_SINZ_Primate||1||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Primates|
|1998_DC_SINZ_Primate||10||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Primates|
|1999_DC_SINZ_Primate||10||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Primates|
|2001_DC_SINZ_Primate||1||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Primates|
|2002_DC_SINZ_Primate||4||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Primates|
|1982_DC_SINZ_Art||2||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Public Art|
|1997_DC_SINZ_Art||4||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Public Art|
|1998_DC_SINZ_Art||6||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Public Art|
|1999_DC_SINZ_Art||5||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Public Art|
|2000_DC_SINZ_Art||2||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Public Art|
|2002_DC_SINZ_Art||6||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Public Art|
|1982_DC_SINZ_Reptile||4||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Reptile House|
|1998_DC_SINZ_Reptile||1||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Reptile House|
|1999_DC_SINZ_Reptile||2||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Reptile House|
|2000_DC_SINZ_Reptile||5||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Reptile House|
|1983_DC_SINZ_Mammal||1||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Small Mammal House|
|1998_DC_SINZ_Mammal||3||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Small Mammal House|
|1999_DC_SINZ_Mammal||7||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Small Mammal House|
|2000_DC_SINZ_Mammal||4||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Small Mammal House|
|2002_DC_SINZ_Mammal||18||DC -- Natl Zoological Park -- Small Mammal House|
|1997_DC_NY_Pres||2||DC -- New York Avenue Presbyterian Church|
|2002_DC_Newseum||1||DC -- Newseum|
The foundation of the new Newseum journalism museum was being laid this year.
|1997_DC_Oak_Hill||5||DC -- Oak Hill Cemetery|
|1997_DC_Octagon||4||DC -- Octagon House and American Institute of Architects Bldg|
|1997_DC_Old_PostV||4||DC -- Old Post Office -- Views from tower|
|1999_DC_Old_PostV||6||DC -- Old Post Office -- Views from tower|
|2002_DC_Old_PostV||44||DC -- Old Post Office -- Views from tower|
|1997_DC_Old_PostI||2||DC -- Old Post Office Tower -- Inside (Pavilion / Hotel)|
|1999_DC_Old_PostI||10||DC -- Old Post Office Tower -- Inside (Pavilion / Hotel)|
|2002_DC_Old_PostI||5||DC -- Old Post Office Tower -- Inside (Pavilion / Hotel)|
|1997_DC_Old_Post||2||DC -- Old Post Office Tower -- Outside|
|1999_DC_Old_Post||3||DC -- Old Post Office Tower -- Outside|
|1997_DC_Old_Stone||1||DC -- Old Stone House (part of Rock Creek Park)|
|2000_DC_Old_Stone||13||DC -- Old Stone House (part of Rock Creek Park)|
|1997_DC_OAS||4||DC -- Organization of American States -- Main Bldg + Museum Exterior|
|2002_DC_OStraus_Mem||5||DC -- Oscar Straus Memorial @ Ronald Reagan Bldg|
|1999_DC_Penn_Qtr||3||DC -- Penn Quarter area|
|1997_DC_Penn||5||DC -- Pennsylvania Avenue area|
|1999_DC_Penn||2||DC -- Pennsylvania Avenue area|
|2002_DC_Penn||18||DC -- Pennsylvania Avenue area|
|1997_DC_Pershing||7||DC -- Pershing Park|
|2002_DC_Pershing||10||DC -- Pershing Park|
|1997_DC_Petersen_House||5||DC -- Petersen House (House Where Lincoln Died)|
|2000_DC_Petersen_House||6||DC -- Petersen House (House Where Lincoln Died)|
|1997_DC_Sheridan_Statue||3||DC -- Philip Sheridan Statue|
|1982_DC_WHouse_Passby||4||DC -- Presidential Helicopter flyby|
|2002_DC_Party_Animals||34||DC -- Public Art: Party Animals|
|1999_DC_Cure_990605||16||DC -- Race for the Cure (1999)|
|2000_DC_Race_000603||10||DC -- Race for the Cure (2000)|
|1990_DC_Earth_Day_199004||15||DC -- Rally: Earth Day rally (1990) @ Mall|
|2000_DC_Earth_Day_000422||94||DC -- Rally: Earth Day rally (2000) (During a more earth-friendly administration) @ Mall|
Participants included Peter, Paul and Mary, David Crosby, Leo Di Caprio (the only speaker who needed the TeleprompTer), Denis Hayes ("Mr. Earth Day"), Al Gore, Chevy Chase, Gaylord Nelson, Robert F. Kennedy Jr, Donna Mills, John Kerry, Keb Mo, Esai Morales, Clint Black, Bill Nye (the Science Guy), Tom...
|2000_DC_Million_Mom_000514||12||DC -- Rally: Million Mom March @ Mall|
|1981_DC_Choice||26||DC -- Rally: Pro-Choice Rally (1981) @ Mall|
|1989_DC_Choice||11||DC -- Rally: Pro-Choice Rally (1989) @ Mall|
|1981_DC_Solidarity_810919||25||DC -- Rally: Solidarity Day march (1981) @ Mall|
Solidarity Day was an attempt by organized labor to point out the abuses of the Reagan administration. They consciously tried to avoid having politicians do the speeches so you saw a lot of labor leaders talking instead.
From a biography on Lane Kirkland on...
|1997_DC_SIRG_Bldg||1||DC -- Renwick Gallery -- Bldg|
|1999_DC_SIRG_Bldg||2||DC -- Renwick Gallery -- Bldg|
|2002_DC_SIRG_Bldg||1||DC -- Renwick Gallery -- Bldg|
|1999_DC_SIRG_Salon||1||DC -- Renwick Gallery -- Grand Salon (Before 2015)|
|2002_DC_SIRG_Salon||19||DC -- Renwick Gallery -- Grand Salon (Before 2015)|
|2002_DC_SIRG_Oct||3||DC -- Renwick Gallery -- Octagon Room (when not part of another exhibit)|
|1997_DC_SIRG_Perm||5||DC -- Renwick Gallery -- Permanent Galleries (Before 2015)|
|1999_DC_SIRG_Perm||6||DC -- Renwick Gallery -- Permanent Galleries (Before 2015)|
|2002_DC_SIRG_Perm||22||DC -- Renwick Gallery -- Permanent Galleries (Before 2015)|
|1997_DC_Emmet_Mem||1||DC -- Robert Emmet Memorial|
|1997_DC_Rock_Creek_Cem||35||DC -- Rock Creek Cemetery|
|1999_DC_Rock_Creek_Cem||35||DC -- Rock Creek Cemetery|
|1997_DC_RRB||1||DC -- Ronald Reagan Building (Exterior Images)|
|2002_DC_RRB||4||DC -- Ronald Reagan Building (Exterior Images)|
|1998_DC_RRB_I||2||DC -- Ronald Reagan Building (Interior Images)|
|1999_DC_RRB_I||5||DC -- Ronald Reagan Building (Interior Images)|
|2002_DC_RRB_I||12||DC -- Ronald Reagan Building (Interior Images)|
|1997_DC_Hahnemann||1||DC -- Samuel Hahnemann Monument|
|1997_DC_Scott_Circle||1||DC -- Scott Circle memorial|
|1997_DC_Scottish||5||DC -- Scottish Rite Temple|
|1997_DC_Shaw||2||DC -- Shaw neighborhood|
|1997_DC_Sheridan||2||DC -- Sheridan-Kalorama neighborhood|
|1997_DC_Sherman||3||DC -- Sherman Memorial|
|1999_DC_Sherman||8||DC -- Sherman Memorial|
|2000_DC_Sherman||1||DC -- Sherman Memorial|
|2002_DC_Sherman||16||DC -- Sherman Memorial|
|1998_DC_Craft_Show||3||DC -- Smithsonian Craft Show (1998)|
|1982_DC_Folklife||1||DC -- Smithsonian Folklife Festival (1982)|
|1994_DC_Folklife||1||DC -- Smithsonian Folklife Festival (1994)|
Linda Ronstadt was one of the performers.
|1997_DC_SIHG||1||DC -- Smithsonian Gardens: Enid A. Haupt Garden @ Smithsonian Castle|
|1999_DC_SIHG||2||DC -- Smithsonian Gardens: Enid A. Haupt Garden @ Smithsonian Castle|
|2002_DC_SIHG||13||DC -- Smithsonian Gardens: Enid A. Haupt Garden @ Smithsonian Castle|
|1997_DC_SI_Castle||4||DC -- Smithsonian Institution Building (The Castle)|
|1998_DC_SI_Castle||3||DC -- Smithsonian Institution Building (The Castle)|
|1999_DC_SI_Castle||1||DC -- Smithsonian Institution Building (The Castle)|
|2002_DC_SI_Castle||5||DC -- Smithsonian Institution Building (The Castle)|
|1997_DC_SI_Castle_Crypt||3||DC -- Smithsonian Institution Building (The Castle) -- Smithson Crypt area|
|1998_DC_SI_Castle_Crypt||1||DC -- Smithsonian Institution Building (The Castle) -- Smithson Crypt area|
|1997_DC_St_Johns||1||DC -- St John's Church|
|2002_DC_St_Johns||1||DC -- St John's Church|
|1997_DC_Sumner_School||3||DC -- Sumner School Museum and Archives|
|1997_DC_Supreme_Ct||4||DC -- Supreme Court Building -- Exterior|
|2002_DC_Supreme_Ct||8||DC -- Supreme Court Building -- Exterior|
|2002_DC_SI_Ripley_Women||75||DC -- S. Dillon Ripley Center -- Exhibit: American Women|
Sponsored by the Portrait Gallery, the exhibit "American Women: A Selection from the National Portrait Gallery" in the underground gallery at the S. Dillon Ripleys Center's International Gallery. This exhibit brings together 65 groundbreaking women from Pocahontas to Marilyn Monroe and represents the...
|1997_DC_Taste_971008||8||DC -- Taste of DC -- BTO|
This was the group "BTO" which is a derivative of the original Bachman-Turner Overdrive group.
From http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bachman-Turner_Overdrive :
The precursor to BTO was the band Brave Belt, formed in 1970 by Randy Bachman and Chad Allan (both of The Guess Who), Robbie Bachman and Fred...
|1999_DC_Taste_991009||9||DC -- Taste of DC -- Clarence Carter and Peabo Bryson|
|1998_DC_Taste_981012||2||DC -- Taste of DC -- Gladys Knight and Marion Barry|
|1999_DC_Taste_991015||3||DC -- Taste of DC -- Hiroshima|
|1997_DC_Temperance||1||DC -- Temperance Fountain|
|1997_DC_Thomas_Circle||1||DC -- Thomas Circle areas|
|1982_DC_Jeff_Mem||1||DC -- Thomas Jefferson Memorial|
|1997_DC_Jeff_Mem||13||DC -- Thomas Jefferson Memorial|
|1999_DC_Jeff_Mem||2||DC -- Thomas Jefferson Memorial|
|2000_DC_Jeff_Mem||1||DC -- Thomas Jefferson Memorial|
|2002_DC_Jeff_Mem||49||DC -- Thomas Jefferson Memorial|
|1999_DC_Tidal||17||DC -- Tidal Basin|
Several visits: ...
|2000_DC_Tidal||8||DC -- Tidal Basin|
Nighttime shots includes some pictures of the Washington Monument as scaffolding is removed.
|2002_DC_Tidal||30||DC -- Tidal Basin|
Two nighttime trips to the Tidal Basin.
|1997_DC_Titanic||3||DC -- Titanic Memorial (Waterside Park)|
|1997_DC_Union_Columbus||6||DC -- Union Station -- Columbus Fountain|
|1999_DC_Union_Columbus||1||DC -- Union Station -- Columbus Fountain|
|2002_DC_Union_Columbus||6||DC -- Union Station -- Columbus Fountain|
|1997_DC_Union_StationX||2||DC -- Union Station -- Exhibit: Christmas Display|
|1999_DC_Union_Station||2||DC -- Union Station (exterior)|
|1997_DC_Union_StationI||2||DC -- Union Station (Interior)|
|1999_DC_Union_StationI||1||DC -- Union Station (Interior)|
|2002_DC_Union_StationI||5||DC -- Union Station (Interior)|
|1999_DC_Soldiers_Cem||7||DC -- United States Soldiers' and Airmen's Home National Cemetery|
|1997_DC_USTR||1||DC -- USTR Building (Winder Building) (604 17th St. NW)|
|2002_DC_USTR||1||DC -- USTR Building (Winder Building) (604 17th St. NW)|
|2002_DC_Botanic||85||DC -- U.S. Botanic Garden|
|1994_DC_CapitolV||1||DC -- U.S. Capitol -- Views from...|
|1997_DC_CapitolV||6||DC -- U.S. Capitol -- Views from...|
|1999_DC_CapitolV||7||DC -- U.S. Capitol -- Views from...|
|2000_DC_CapitolV||1||DC -- U.S. Capitol -- Views from...|
|2002_DC_CapitolV||13||DC -- U.S. Capitol -- Views from...|
|1997_DC_CapitolX||7||DC -- U.S. Capitol Grounds -- Christmas Tree (1997)|
Tree: Black Hills Spruce from Black Hills National Forest, South Dakota
|2001_DC_CapitolX||6||DC -- U.S. Capitol Grounds -- Christmas Tree (2001)|
2001 -- White Spruce -- 72 feet (22 m) -- Ottawa National Forest -- Michigan -- Known as "The Tree of Hope," the tree was lit by Dennis Hastert at 5 pm on December 11 in a ceremony on the West Front Lawn of the Capitol. The tree was hand picked by Architect of the Capitol landscape architect Matthew...
|2002_DC_CapitolX||16||DC -- U.S. Capitol Grounds -- Christmas Tree (2002)|
2002 -- Douglas Fir -- 70 feet (21 m) -- Umpqua National Forest -- Oregon -- The tree was lit by Dennis Hastert on December 12 in a ceremony including performances by the United States Navy Band, the Umpqua Singers from Umpqua Community College, and the Congressional Chorus. Decorated with 6,000...
|1997_DC_Peace_Mon||3||DC -- U.S. Capitol Grounds -- Peace Monument (Civil War Sailors Monument) (1st and Penn, NW)|
|1999_DC_Peace_Mon||1||DC -- U.S. Capitol Grounds -- Peace Monument (Civil War Sailors Monument) (1st and Penn, NW)|
|1981_DC_Grant_Mem||1||DC -- U.S. Capitol Grounds -- Ulysses S. Grant Memorial|
|1997_DC_Grant_Mem||7||DC -- U.S. Capitol Grounds -- Ulysses S. Grant Memorial|
|1998_DC_Grant_Mem||7||DC -- U.S. Capitol Grounds -- Ulysses S. Grant Memorial|
|1999_DC_Grant_Mem||6||DC -- U.S. Capitol Grounds -- Ulysses S. Grant Memorial|
|2000_DC_Grant_Mem||2||DC -- U.S. Capitol Grounds -- Ulysses S. Grant Memorial|
|2002_DC_Grant_Mem||7||DC -- U.S. Capitol Grounds -- Ulysses S. Grant Memorial|
|1994_DC_Capitol||3||DC -- U.S. Capitol (exterior)|
|1997_DC_Capitol||20||DC -- U.S. Capitol (exterior)|
|1998_DC_Capitol||5||DC -- U.S. Capitol (exterior)|
|1999_DC_Capitol||17||DC -- U.S. Capitol (exterior)|
|2000_DC_Capitol||13||DC -- U.S. Capitol (exterior)|
|2002_DC_Capitol||41||DC -- U.S. Capitol (exterior)|
The view of the Capitol from the Mall is still largely unobstructed. The opposite side, however, is cluttered by the construction of the Capitol Visitor Center (CVC) which was pushed along after that idiot shot his way into the building in the 1990's. The CVC will end up being a below-ground facility so...
|2002_DC_Capitol_Models||8||DC -- U.S. Capitol (interior) -- Capitol Grounds Models|
|1997_DC_Capitol_I||2||DC -- U.S. Capitol (interior) -- Miscellaneous areas|
|1999_DC_Capitol_I||6||DC -- U.S. Capitol (interior) -- Miscellaneous areas|
|1999_DC_Capitol_NSH||5||DC -- U.S. Capitol (interior) -- National Statuary Hall|
|2002_DC_Capitol_NSH||11||DC -- U.S. Capitol (interior) -- National Statuary Hall|
|2002_DC_Capitol_SC||2||DC -- U.S. Capitol (interior) -- Old Supreme Court Chamber|
|1997_DC_Capitol_R||6||DC -- U.S. Capitol (interior) -- Rotunda|
|1999_DC_Capitol_R||10||DC -- U.S. Capitol (interior) -- Rotunda|
|2002_DC_Capitol_R||27||DC -- U.S. Capitol (interior) -- Rotunda|
|1999_DC_Capitol_Amateis||6||DC -- U.S. Capitol (interior) -- Special: Amateis Doors|
|1997_DC_Capitol_Erie||1||DC -- U.S. Capitol (interior) -- Special: Painting: Battle of Lake Erie|
|1999_DC_Capitol_Erie||2||DC -- U.S. Capitol (interior) -- Special: Painting: Battle of Lake Erie|
|1997_DC_Holocaust||1||DC -- U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum|
|2002_DC_Holocaust||5||DC -- U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum|
|1999_DC_Arboretum||30||DC -- U.S. Natl Arboretum|
|2000_DC_Arboretum||23||DC -- U.S. Natl Arboretum|
|2000_DC_Arboretum_Big_Bugs||33||DC -- U.S. Natl Arboretum -- Exhibit: Big Bugs|
This was a very cool exhibit. "Big Bugs" creator David H.G. Rogers fashions giant garden sculptures of insects and spiders from whole trees, cut green saplings, and other found forest materials. Huge sculptures were placed in strategic locations around the Arboretum grounds.
|1999_DC_Arboretum_Bonsai||8||DC -- U.S. Natl Arboretum -- National Bonsai & Penjing Museum|
|1999_DC_Arboretum_CapCols||16||DC -- U.S. Natl Arboretum -- National Capitol Columns|
|2000_DC_Arboretum_CapCols||7||DC -- U.S. Natl Arboretum -- National Capitol Columns|
|1997_DC_Naval_Center||1||DC -- U.S. Naval Heritage Center|
|1997_DC_Naval_Memorial||12||DC -- U.S. Navy Memorial|
|1998_DC_Naval_Memorial||1||DC -- U.S. Navy Memorial|
|2002_DC_Naval_Memorial||31||DC -- U.S. Navy Memorial|
|1985_DC_Viet_Wall||1||DC -- Vietnam Veterans Memorial|
|1997_DC_Viet_Wall||11||DC -- Vietnam Veterans Memorial|
|1998_DC_Viet_Wall||20||DC -- Vietnam Veterans Memorial|
|1999_DC_Viet_Wall||16||DC -- Vietnam Veterans Memorial|
|2002_DC_Viet_Wall||118||DC -- Vietnam Veterans Memorial|
|1997_DC_WRAMC||1||DC -- Walter Reed Army Medical Center|
|1997_DC_Coliseum||2||DC -- Washington Coliseum (Uline Arena)|
|1997_DC_Hilton||2||DC -- Washington Hilton area|
|1981_DC_Wash_Mon||1||DC -- Washington Monument -- Exterior|
|1982_DC_Wash_Mon||3||DC -- Washington Monument -- Exterior|
|1983_DC_Wash_Mon||2||DC -- Washington Monument -- Exterior|
|1994_DC_Wash_Mon||1||DC -- Washington Monument -- Exterior|
|1996_DC_Wash_Mon||1||DC -- Washington Monument -- Exterior|
|1997_DC_Wash_Mon||9||DC -- Washington Monument -- Exterior|
|1998_DC_Wash_Mon||1||DC -- Washington Monument -- Exterior|
|1999_DC_Wash_Mon||19||DC -- Washington Monument -- Exterior|
Mostly under scaffolding.
|2000_DC_Wash_Mon||7||DC -- Washington Monument -- Exterior|
Scaffolding is finally coming down.
|2001_DC_Wash_Mon||2||DC -- Washington Monument -- Exterior|
|2002_DC_Wash_Mon||65||DC -- Washington Monument -- Exterior|
|2002_DC_Wash_MonI||4||DC -- Washington Monument -- Interior|
|1996_DC_Wash_MonV||10||DC -- Washington Monument -- Views from...|
|1997_DC_Wash_MonV||23||DC -- Washington Monument -- Views from...|
|2000_DC_Wash_MonV||42||DC -- Washington Monument -- Views from...|
|2002_DC_Wash_MonV||112||DC -- Washington Monument -- Views from...|
|1997_DC_NCath_I||3||DC -- Washington Natl Cathedral -- Interior Images (except stained glass)|
|1999_DC_NCath_I||4||DC -- Washington Natl Cathedral -- Interior Images (except stained glass)|
|2000_DC_NCath_I||2||DC -- Washington Natl Cathedral -- Interior Images (except stained glass)|
|2002_DC_NCath_I||17||DC -- Washington Natl Cathedral -- Interior Images (except stained glass)|
|1997_DC_NCath_O||11||DC -- Washington Natl Cathedral -- Outside Images|
|1999_DC_NCath_O||10||DC -- Washington Natl Cathedral -- Outside Images|
|2000_DC_NCath_O||7||DC -- Washington Natl Cathedral -- Outside Images|
|2002_DC_NCath_O||33||DC -- Washington Natl Cathedral -- Outside Images|
|1997_DC_NCath_Glass||4||DC -- Washington Natl Cathedral -- Stained glass|
|1999_DC_NCath_Glass||1||DC -- Washington Natl Cathedral -- Stained glass|
|2000_DC_NCath_Glass||6||DC -- Washington Natl Cathedral -- Stained glass|
|2002_DC_NCath_Glass||10||DC -- Washington Natl Cathedral -- Stained glass|
|2002_DC_NCath_CSA||2||DC -- Washington Natl Cathedral -- Stained Glass -- Confederate Windows|
|1997_DC_NCath_Views||19||DC -- Washington Natl Cathedral -- Views from...|
|1999_DC_NCath_Views||6||DC -- Washington Natl Cathedral -- Views from...|
|2000_DC_NCath_Views||10||DC -- Washington Natl Cathedral -- Views from...|
|2002_DC_NCath_Views||35||DC -- Washington Natl Cathedral -- Views from...|
Two visits: 12/17/2002 and 12/21/2002.
|1997_DC_Watergate||2||DC -- Watergate complex (and HoJo)|
|1981_DC_White_House||2||DC -- White House|
|1997_DC_White_House||11||DC -- White House|
|1999_DC_White_House||1||DC -- White House|
|2002_DC_White_House||24||DC -- White House|
|1981_DC_WHouse_Tree||4||DC -- White House -- Natl Christmas Tree (1981)|
|1999_DC_WHouse_Tree||12||DC -- White House -- Natl Christmas Tree (1999)|
|2002_DC_WHouse_Tree||50||DC -- White House -- Natl Christmas Tree (2002)|
|2000_DC_Whouse_Garden||34||DC -- White House Garden Tour (2000)|
|1983_DC_Whouse_Xmas||1||DC -- White House interior Christmas decorations (1983)|
|2002_DC_Willard||1||DC -- Willard InterContinental Washington|
|1997_DC_ClintonFB||2||DC -- William Jefferson Clinton Federal Building|
|1998_DC_ClintonFB||2||DC -- William Jefferson Clinton Federal Building|
|1999_DC_ClintonFB||1||DC -- William Jefferson Clinton Federal Building|
|2001_DC_ClintonFB||4||DC -- William Jefferson Clinton Federal Building|
|1997_DC_Wilson_House||1||DC -- Woodrow Wilson House|
|1998_DC_Wilson_Center||2||DC -- Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars|
|1998_DC_Wilson_Plaza||1||DC -- Woodrow Wilson Plaza (between Clinton and Reagan buildings)|
|1999_DC_Wilson_Plaza||1||DC -- Woodrow Wilson Plaza (between Clinton and Reagan buildings)|
|2002_DC_Wilson_Plaza||1||DC -- Woodrow Wilson Plaza (between Clinton and Reagan buildings)|
|2002_DC_DOC911_020911||5||Dept of Commerce -- 9/11 Anniversary ceremony|
Pictures here were taken during the one-year anniversary of the 9/11 attack on the Pentagon and the World Trade Center. Secretary Donald Evans, a good friend of "W", was the main speaker at the event labeled "Patriot Day". He was introduced by Deputy Secretary Bodman.
|2002_DC_DOC_XMas_021213||6||Dept of Commerce -- Christmas show|
Why they hold events in the Commerce lobby is beyond me. The acoustics are horrible, in large part because of the metal ceiling which reflects everything, and if you move outside of a very small radius, the background noise drowns out everything.
|1998_DC_Takei_980507||8||Dept of Commerce -- Natl Asian Pacific Amer Heritage Month w/George Takei|
Part of Asian-Heritage Month, Star Trek's George Takei came to speak at the Department of Commerce. He talked about being born in California before World War II and being shipped off to a Japanese internment camp as a boy when the war started. He also talked about how all roles available to orientals...
|2002_DC_DOCSF_021216||26||Dept of Commerce -- Secretary's Forum: Children of the Twilight Struggle|
The Secretary's Forum is a periodic event that Commerce sponsors. This particular one was called "Children of the Twilight Struggle: Reflections From The Cold War & Its Relevance To The War On Terrorism". This event, introduced by Secretary of Commerce Don Evans, featured Sergei Khrushchev (Soviet...
|1999_DC_Dad||2||Family -- Dad, Dixie, and family|
Dad and Dixie at the FDR Memorial.
|1981_DC_4th_Fireworks_810704||2||Fireworks -- 4th of July on the Mall (1981)|
|1982_DC_4th_Fireworks_820704||15||Fireworks -- 4th of July on the Mall (1982)|
|1994_DC_4th_Fireworks_940704||3||Fireworks -- 4th of July on the Mall (1994) from Virginia|
|1999_DC_4th_Fireworks_990704||4||Fireworks -- 4th of July on the Mall (1999) from the Capital|
|1998_DC_Kudzu_980318||13||Ford's Theatre -- "Kudzu" premier|
"Kudzu" was a musical based on co-author Doug Marlette's popular comic strip of the same name. The music was provided by the Red Clay Ramblers.
Standouts in the cast are the endearing James Ludwig as the title character, Kudzu Dubose, a very animated Rodney Hicks as his friend Maurice (his dance...
|2002_DC_JSS_020515||10||James Smithson Society event -- American History (An Odyssey in Print)|
This was a reception for a new exhibit put out by the National Museum of American History Library called "An Odyssey in Print: Adventures in the Smithsonian Libraries." On hand were the curator Mary Augusta Thomas and the author of the book ....
|2002_DC_JSS_020521||14||James Smithson Society event -- American History (An Odyssey in Print)|
This event also included Mary Augusta Thomas and Michael Dirda (senior editor of Washington Post Book World) who signed copies of the exhibition catalog. I'm not sure why I went to it on both nights but I did.
|2001_DC_JSS_010110||18||James Smithson Society event -- American History (Glorious Burden exhibit)|
|2002_DC_JSS_021115||8||James Smithson Society event -- American History (Invention night)|
The Smithsonian sponsored an adults-only event at an exhibit they had dealing with inventions. Beverages--milk and cookies--were provided. Frankly, I've never been a creative person so I really couldn't relate to much of what was there. It was interesting playing the game with the blocks on the...
|1997_DC_JSS_971205||2||James Smithson Society event -- Castle (Christmas event)|
|1998_DC_JSS_981220||21||James Smithson Society event -- Castle (Christmas event)|
|1999_DC_JSS_991219||23||James Smithson Society event -- Castle (Christmas Event)|
|2000_DC_JSS_000224||15||James Smithson Society event -- Folklife Festival briefing|
|1998_DC_JSS_980516||8||James Smithson Society event -- Hirshhorn|
Including pictures of Olga Hirshhorn.
|2002_DC_JSS_020221||12||James Smithson Society event -- Hirshhorn|
|2001_DC_JSS_011109||37||James Smithson Society event -- Jazz masters|
|2000_DC_JSS_001109||17||James Smithson Society event -- Natural History (Gems)|
|1998_DC_JSS_980708||6||James Smithson Society event -- Portrait Gallery|
|2000_DC_JSS_000816||31||James Smithson Society event -- Portrait Gallery|
|1998_DC_JSS_981101||15||James Smithson Society event -- Postal Museum|
|1998_DC_JSS_980718||1||James Smithson Society event -- ?? what event ??|
|2002_DC_JSS_020810||23||James Smithson Society lunch -- American History (9/11)|
Collecting a National Tragedy:
This discussion described a new exhibit that was about to open in the National Museum of American History, Behring Center. Using artifacts, images, and stories, the exhibit bears witness to the attack. The presentation was by Dr. Jim Gardner, Associate Director for...
|2001_DC_JSS_010717||38||James Smithson Society lunch -- Natural History (Galapagos IMAX film)|
|2000_DC_JSS_000719||21||James Smithson Society lunch -- Natural History (Vikings)|
|2002_DC_JSS_020919||27||James Smithson Society lunch -- Portrait Gallery (American Women)|
American Women: This lunch was with Marc Pachter, the National Portrait Gallery director. He talked at length about the American Women exhibit which collects images of 65 groundbreaking women. He said that most portraiture in the past has always centered around political and military leaders, who...
|2001_DC_JSS_010918||19||James Smithson Society lunch -- Portrait Gallery (George Washington portrait)|
From the NPG web site: In Spring 2001, the Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery rescued its most treasured image, on long-term loan, from potential auction-the "Lansdowne" portrait of George Washington by Gilbert Stuart. When the Donald W. Reynolds Foundation of Las Vegas, Nevada stepped in with a...
|2002_DC_JSS_020729||29||James Smithson Society lunch -- Postal Museum|
Don't Send a Word of Sorrow: Letters and Letter Writing
This was a presentation by National Postal Museum curator Nancy Pope and her boss Jim Bruns. The session discussed some of the items in the Postal Museum's collection. They also talked about some of the things they were doing to document the...
|1999_DC_JSS_990922||19||James Smithson Society lunch -- Udvar-Hazy Center update|
|1999_DC_JSS_990818||24||James Smithson Society lunch -- Zoo (Panda work w/Lisa Stevens)|
|2001_DC_JSS_010822||20||James Smithson Society lunch -- ?? what event ??|
|2000_DC_LOC200_000424||90||Library of Congress -- Ceremony: Living Legends Bicentennial Ceremony|
This was the 200th anniversary of the Library of Congress. During the celebration, they honored 78 "Living Legends." As their press release ( http://www.loc.gov/today/pr/2000/00-059.html ) said:
"During its year-long celebration of its Bicentennial, the Library of Congress is recognizing a number of...
|2002_DC_Metro_MC||3||Metro Station -- Metro Center|
|2002_DC_Metro_US||2||Metro Station -- Union Station|
|2001_DC_SIAIR_Signing_010701||5||Natl Air and Space Museum -- Event: Book Signing|
|2000_DC_Cronkite_001115||4||Natl Air and Space Museum -- Event: Walter Cronkite|
|1986_DC_Fog||4||Nature -- Downtown DC on a foggy morning|
|1998_DC_Fog||3||Nature -- Downtown DC on a foggy morning|
|2002_DC_BuildingC_020208||8||NBM -- Architectural competition 2002|
This was a competition that architecture students could enter to design the "interim security facility" that would be outside of the Washington Monument until a more permanent box could be build there. The Park Service wasn't obliged to use the design but there was a prize and it looked good on...
|2002_DC_NPC_BookFair_021114||47||NPC -- 25th Annual Book Fair & Authors' Night (2002)|
This was an amazing event! I'd never been to this but there were authors out the wazoo here. Very cool!
Authors here: Phyllis George, George Will, Kenneth Starr, Dick Morris, Jeff Shaara, David Roosevelt, C. Brian Kelly, Lisa Beamer, Carlo D'Este, Chris Matthews, Tom Shales, Robert Guillaume,...
|2001_DC_Office_Wendling_010824||28||Office (STAT-USA) -- Bob Wendling's going-away party|
Bob Wendling suffered some life-threatening physical conditions and decided that he'd rather retire than find himself dying doing STAT-USA-related work. He went off and did a lot of private consulting work.
|2002_DC_Office_Brumm_021030||86||Office (STAT-USA) -- Cheryl Brumm's second going-away event|
|2002_DC_Office_Showalter_020618||54||Office (STAT-USA) -- Claude Showalter's baby shower|
|2002_DC_Office_Correia_020625||57||Office (STAT-USA) -- Joe Correia's retirement event|
|1997_DC_Office||25||Office (STAT-USA) -- Various office shots|
01/14/1997 (970114) Ivan Tooks and Gerry Brown.
02/11/1997 (970211) Ev Ehrlich.
08/13/1997 (970813) Donna Moore.
12/07/1997 (971207) Various ones not by me of a new training area (Cheryl Brumm, Ken Taylor, Tanya Shen, Ileana Gabriel-Martinez, Mike Nimmons, Brent Hendershot, John, Damon, Claude...
|1998_DC_Office||88||Office (STAT-USA) -- Various office shots|
(980429) Les Davis' going away event
(980507) Meeting with Beyond 20/20 and Census
(980718) Richard Brace after birth of first child
(981218) STAT-USA Christmas party @ Rich and Amy Stevenson's
(981224) STAT-USA office around Christmas time
|1999_DC_Office||72||Office (STAT-USA) -- Various office shots|
(990211) Scott Meyerle's going-away party
(990723) Amy Stevenson's going-away party
(990826) Event for Travis Mayo and Cathie Tynan
(991201) Two conferences that STAT-USA attended (photos not by me)
|2002_DC_Office||224||Office (STAT-USA) -- Various office shots|
(020308) Mike Nimmons' wife and new kid visit the office
(020405) Kay Melvin's going-away event
(020516) Lorraine Pitts' going-away event
(020521) Last pictures of Mondo Lopez
(020822) Shannon Smythe's going-away event
(020828) Shannon Smythe's last day, Joe Correia's vist, and Cathie Tynan's...
|2002_DC_Office_ITC||1||Office (USITC) -- Pat Augustine|
Pat Augustine (ex-ITC co-worker) and I @ the Ronald Reagan Building
|1994_DC_Office||5||Office (Various) -- Way back.... (various years)|
|1983_DC_Est||13||Personal -- Est folks|
|1998_DC_Thompson_981208||20||Personal -- Thompsons at art gallery opening (w/Pat Oliphant)|
Richard Thompson and Pat Oliphant did a shared opening at an art gallery in Georgetown. Art Wood had alerted me to the event. It was the first time I'd seen Richard in quite awhile. I got to meet his wife Amy, their eldest daughter Emma, and the newby Charlotte.
|2001_DC_Lionel_010628||12||Ronald Reagan Bldg -- Performance: Lionel Richie|
The Reagan Building puts on daily free concerts in their courtyard area. This was their season opener for 2001 to get people used to the idea.
|1999_DC_SAAH_990518||5||Smithsonian Associates -- Al Hirschfield|
|2002_DC_SAAR_021210||9||Smithsonian Associates -- Andy Rooney|
Andy was promoting his new book "Common Nonsense". The 60 Minutes commentator was interesting to listen to as he talked about his life as a reporter during World War II and his impressions of George W. He couldn't understand why the President was so popular given how the Iraqi situation was going--the...
|1999_DC_Cartoonists_990518||3||Smithsonian Associates -- Cartoonist folks at Al Hirschfield event|
Folks include: Richard Thompson, Ron Every (cartoon fan-geek), Nick Galifianakis, Mike Mikula (editorial cartoonist for the Arlington Sun), Keven Kallaugher (KAL; editorial cartoonist for the Baltimore Sun),and Chuck Smith (Style Invitational and ghost writer for quite a few comic strips).
|1996_DC_SACJ_961001||5||Smithsonian Associates -- Chuck Jones|
|1998_DC_SAFW_980429||4||Smithsonian Associates -- Fay Wray|
|1997_DC_SAGL_971115||3||Smithsonian Associates -- George Lucas (not great pictures)|
|1998_DC_SAHM_980222||15||Smithsonian Associates -- Hungarian Folk Music (w/Furys)|
Warm a cold winter night with the radiant and remarkable Okros Folk Ensemble from Budapest, which features Fodor (Neti) Sandor, the 78-year-old living legend of the gypsy violin from Kalotaszeg in Transylvania, and Kalman Balogh, an international touted cimbalon (hammer dulcimer) artist accomplished in...
|2002_DC_SAJC_021206||47||Smithsonian Associates -- James Cameron (Bismarck)|
This was a really cool event. The Smithsonian Associates had director James Cameron ("Terminator", "Titanic", etc) introducing his new research piece on the sinking of the German battleship Bismarck, which had he explored for the Discovery Channel. We got to see a good chunk of the undersea and...
|2002_DC_SAJC_020611||1||Smithsonian Associates -- John Cleese|
While it was a thrill to see John Cleese, his presentation didn't go so well. There was a moderator who decided it would be appropriate to spend more time discussing his own feelings than John's. And there was a long retrospective film of John's ventures (including Monty Python of course but including a...
|1997_DC_SAMyth_971113||1||Smithsonian Associates -- Mary Henderson ("Magic of Myth")|
"Star Wars: The Magic of Myth (Star Wars.)", book discussion regarding the Air and Space Museum exhibit by Mary Henderson
|2002_DC_SARCH_021010||14||Smithsonian Associates -- Richard C Hottelet|
Richard C Hottelet was one of Edward R Murrow's reporters. Together, the "Murrow Boys" provided radio commentary during World War II which kept the American public informed about what was going on over there. Hottelet himself was temporarily imprisoned by the Nazis, watched the invasion of D-Day, and a...
|2002_DC_Block_020409||25||UAW Headquarters -- Tom Block's art show reception|
My neighbor, Tom Block, is a painter. He had an exhibition at the UAW headquarters near the White House that I went to and took some pictures from. In these pre-digital days, the photos were a crap shoot and they didn't turn out that well. Tom immediately, however, said that he was really glad I was...
|1998_DC_Focus_9806||6||Work (STAT-USA) -- Focus group in Washington, DC|
|2002_DC_Band_021109||24||WW2 -- Band of Brothers tour|
The Veteran's Day Tribute 2002 was a military convention held in Washington DC. Sponsored by World War II Magazine and the Primedia group, it honored the 82nd, 101st, and 17th Airborne divisions in World War II. While sparsely attended, it offered a chance to meet and talk to a number of participants...