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In the dawning days of our great nation, a tradition of gift giving among government leaders and their colleagues was established. Presidents, as well as other government officials, presented gifts to their counterparts as tokens of respect, appreciation, and good will. These gifts were often elegant and expressed gratitude for a specific achievement or event that deserved remembrance.

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The Wonder of Will - 400 Years of William Shakespeare

The Wonder of Will - 400 Years of William Shakespeare

April 23, 2016 marks the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s death. Commemorations will take place the world over, with one of the more ambitious, and rare, occurring across the United States.


Posted by Martha Masten
On 04.13.2016
911 Fifteen Year Anniversary Lapel Pin and Coin

911 Fifteen Year Anniversary Lapel Pin and Coin

September 11, 2016 will mark the fifteen year anniversary of the attacks that will forever resonate in our nation’s history. In an ongoing effort to honor the memory of those impacted, C. Forbes,

Posted by Martha Masten
On 04.06.2016
The 138th Annual White House Easter Egg Roll

The 138th Annual White House Easter Egg Roll

The 138th annual Easter Egg Roll on the White House Lawn will be celebrated on Monday, March 28, 2016. By the mid-1800’s, the tradition of rolling eggs on the Monday after Easter was observed by many

Posted by Martha Masten
On 03.22.2016
Preserving Basketball History at George Washington University

Preserving Basketball History at George Washington University

March Madness is in full swing!  Each basketball season, teams give it their all to reach their divisional finals and Postseason tournaments. The George Washington University Colonials are no exception. From their home court 

Posted by Martha Masten
On 03.14.2016