March 8, 1874

todayinfakehistory:

Millard Fillmore dies after a long struggle with getting people to remember he used to be President.

the cutest, happiest little president america ever had

Bryan Cranston as LBJ in Broadway’s All The Way

Photos from Broadway World

A man couldn’t wear a mustache like that without having it affect his mind.
Herbert Hoover, on 1944 and 1948 Republican Presidential nominee Thomas E. Dewey (via deadpresidents)

mikelindsay-art:

A couple doodles for President’s Day. Chester A. Arthur and Teddy Roosevelt for no real reason…besides awesome facial hair.

Parisians outside Maxim’s on the rue Royale await President Woodrow Wilson in December, 1918. 

Wilson would lead the American delegation to Versailles and the Paris Peace Conference. It was the first official visit by a U.S. president to Europe.

Via the  Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library on Flickr

Parisians outside Maxim’s on the rue Royale await President Woodrow Wilson in December, 1918.

Wilson would lead the American delegation to Versailles and the Paris Peace Conference. It was the first official visit by a U.S. president to Europe.

Via the Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library on Flickr

aplate:

So yes, cross-eyed presidents: this is happening. Starting, of course, with George Washington, who’s teeth were not wooden but made of hippo, elephant, and gold.

aplate:

So yes, cross-eyed presidents: this is happening. Starting, of course, with George Washington, who’s teeth were not wooden but made of hippo, elephant, and gold.

… yeah, I don’t really know why I made this, either.

Via the Brady National Photographic Art Gallery / National Archives

… yeah, I don’t really know why I made this, either.

Via the Brady National Photographic Art Gallery / National Archives

wrjbokbok:

Booklet from Carter’s gubernatorial campaign. Downloaded from the Georgia Archives Virtual Vault, georgiaarchives.org

wrjbokbok:

Booklet from Carter’s gubernatorial campaign. Downloaded from the Georgia Archives Virtual Vault, georgiaarchives.org