Jacqueline Kennedy's timeless style and poise made her an icon of American History. Her inaugural ball gown is a highlight of the National Museum of American History's "First Ladies" exhibit.
From the desk on which Jefferson wrote the Declaration of Independence to Dorothy's ruby slippers, the National Museum of American History houses many of America's greatest treasures and icons. Learn the stories of how they came to be a part of the museum's collection, and meet the people who have restored some of these treasures.
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