The First Lady's Treasures Tour - Photo Gallery July 13, 1998
First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton is touring historic sites
between Washington, D.C. and New York. Follow her trip through daily updates to
Photos from Fort McHenry
All photographs by Sharon Farmer
The First Lady Hillary tours Fort McHenry, where a three-story
American flag waved throughout the night of September 13 - 14, 1814
in defiance to an assault by the British. When Francis Scott Key saw
the flag flying, he was inspired to write words that became the Star-Spangled
The First Lady learns the history of Fort McHenry.
Photos from Francis Scott Key Monument
The First Lady delivers remarks aside the Francis Scott
Key Memorial, a 1911 monument created to honor our national anthem,
"The Star-Spangled Banner," and its author.
The First Lady at the Francis Scott Key Monument.
Photos from the National Museum of American
All photographs by Bob McNeely
President Clinton Speaks at the Launch
of the "Save America's Treasures" Tour, Washington, D.C.
First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton Speaks at the National
Museum of American History.
President Clinton and First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton
say the "Pledge of Allegiance" with students from the Harriet
/media/jpg/pg713c.jpg President Clinton and First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton
are joined by Ralph Lauren at the National Museum of American History.
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