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Smithsonian

FLOTUS Helen Taft donated her silk chiffon 1909 inaugural gown. Embroidered in metallic thread, it is trimmed with beads and rhinestones.
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@smithsonian In 1964, Lady Bird Johnson was the first FLOTUS to come to the @smithsonian to present a gown. It was one she wore to a state dinner.
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Today @FLOTUS donated her 2017 inaugural ball gown to the "First Ladies" exhibition at our @amhistorymuseum s.si.edu/FLgown
In a discreet box, the home pregnancy test allowed women the privacy to bypass doctors & gossip s.si.edu/2x98c6q by @amhistorymuseum
Our Eyejammie Hip-Hop Collection, originally compiled by music historian Bill Adler, is a collection of more than 400 photos. #HipHopHistory
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Happy Diwali! USPS released this Forever stamp celebrating the festival of lights on October 5, 2016.
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Why our @amhistorymuseum collects objects from TV series like "The Walking Dead" s.si.edu/2yuQX31 (Note: not on display right away)
1913 postcard scorched by a Hawaiian volcano, where tourists lowered souvenirs into fissures. In our @PostalMuseum: s.si.edu/2yrKCFA
Placing Hip-Hop within the context of spoken word and other traditions in Black expressions. #bts #hiphophistory @NMAAHC
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You can't think of certain era without thinking of the impact of Hanmer pants, says @NMAAHC's @timothyanne. Were you a fan? #HipHopHistory
You can be an engineer in this gallery, inspired by the pop-up video. You'll see those bubbles as you make your own mix. #HipHopHistory
Learning about #HipHophistory makes 4 great lessons about research & curating primary resources @NMAAHC #hiphoped #tlchat
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Who knew @therulernyc was born in the U.K.? #HipHopHistory tour happening right now at @NMAAHC!
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J Dilla's custom synthesizer, donated by his mother. @NMAAHC builds a forward-thinking collection to tell stories of recent #HipHopHistory.
Questlove's notes from "Things Fall Apart." How @NMAAHC shows production process is evolving, as handwritten notes go away. #HipHopHistory
Have to show love to Go-Go because we are in D.C. "It ain't where you're from it's where you at"-Rakim #HipHopHistory #HipHopEd #202
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A tribute to @UncleRUSH! The originator of so much #HipHopHistory and style. @NMAAHC
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Hip-hop culture goes beyond music. In "Cultural Expressions" exhibition, @NMAAHC explores fashion, movement and more. #HipHopHistory
All of these items were in DJ Tony Tone’s garage. He formed the Cold Crush Brothers. #HipHopHistory
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The Bronx was dark, hip hop turned on the light #HipHopHistory
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Boombox carried by Radio Raheem in the film “Do the Right Thing,” now in @NMAAHC. #HipHopHistory
#hiphophistory @NMAAHC from the larger collection. Photography tells important stories of our culture! Hip Hop throughout the museum!
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“Hip hop is present throughout the collection and not just in one particular exhibition” @timothyanne @NMAAHC #hiphophistory
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Public Enemy banner, ca. 1992 in our @NMAAHC. Chuck D was a graphic design student. You can see it's handmade. #HipHopHistory
 
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