National Air and Space Museum contains the largest collection of aircraft and spacecrafts in the world. It is my most favorite museum among the Smithsonians because ever since I was a kid, I've always dreamt of flying.
Wright Brothers' Flyer
Steps on the Flight Path
Treasures of American History is an exhibit showcasing artifacts that are either crucial or historically important in American History. The artifacts were from the National Museum of American History which was back then under renovation so they brought the articles for exhibit in a hall of National Air and Space Museum. This said exhibit is already closed and the items were already transferred back to its original museum.
Kermit the Frog (1970)
Abraham Lincoln’s Hat (1865)
Thomas Edison's Lightbulb (1879)
Jacqueline Kennedy’s Inaugural Gown (1961)
Keds Sneakers (1957), Tin Toy (1862), Sampler (1765), Teddy Bear (1903), Baby Bonnet (1920), Barbie Doll (1960)
Torah Mantle (1785), Retablo (1820), Butsudan (1942), Jefferson Bible (1820) Bradford Cup (1634)
M*A*S*H Signpost, 1970s
“Fireside Chat” Microphone (1930s), Emergency Money (1933), “Migrant Mother,” by Dorothea Lange (1936),
George Washington’s Uniform (1790s), George Washington’s Battle Sword (1770s)
Wizard of Oz - Dorothy's Ruby Slippers, Scarecrow costume and script (1938)
Technicolor camera (1938)
Muhammad Ali’s Gloves (1975), Cesar Chavez’s Union Jacket (1990), Margaret Mead’s Field Dress (1920s), Marilyn Monroe’s Gloves (1960), Louis Armstrong’s Cornet (1913), Ray Charles’s Tuxedo (2002)
Albert Einstein’s Pipe (1948), Babe Ruth Autographed Baseball (1930), L. Lewis’s Union Badge (1936), Helen Keller’s Watch (1880)
Alexander Graham Bell Telephone (1876), Morse-Vail Telegraph Key (1844)
ENIAC (1942), R2-D2 and C-3PO, from Return of the Jedi (1982)
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