Internship Pictures - 2

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Second Day of Sight Seeing
[Julia Child's Kitchen]
Smithsonian installed Julia Child's home kitchen, which she used for 45 years.
[Samual Colt's Revolver]
Samuel Colt's revolver.
[Morse Telegraph]
Samuel Morse's telegraph machine.
[Cotton Gin]
Eli Whitney's cotton gin.
[Steam Power Generator]
1850 steam power generator; generated 40 horse power.
[Machinist Shop]
An 1850 machinist's shop.
[Edison's Light Bulb]
Thomas Edison's first lightbulb - used to demonstrate his invention at Menlo Park.
[John Bull]
John Bull locomotive - the first locomotive to travel long distances.
[Trolly Car]
1900s trolly car.
[1900 Cab]
A cab from 1900.
[Winston Car]
The first car to travel across America.
[Car]
An old car.
[Gallery]
The transporation gallery of the Smithsonian Museum of American History.
[Big Train]
A big train in the transporation gallery.
[Model-T]
Ford's Model-T automobile.
[Smithsonian Post Office]
The Smithsonian post office, an actual 1800 post office transported into the museum.
[Lunch Counter]
The Greensboro Wolworth's lunch counter - the location of the first anti-segregation sit-in.
[Ballot Box]
A 19th century ballot box, notice that it is made of glass (used in the south).
[Ruby Slippers]
Dorthey's ruby slippers in Wizard of Oz - they were made ruby red in post production coloring.
[Boxing Gloves]
Muhammed Ali's boxing gloves.
[Trumpet]
Dizzy Gillespie's trumpet.
[Washington's Uniform]
George Washington's military uniform; shirt and boots are reproductions.
[The Football]
The briefcase which follows the president around and contains the nuclear launch codes - this one followed Clinton.
[Jefferson's Desk]
Jefferson's portable desk - used to author the Declaration of Independance.
[Lincoln's Tophat]
The tophat Lincoln was wearing when he was assasinated.
[Teddy Bear]
The first teddy bear.
[Washington's Dress]
A dress owned and worn by Martha Washington.
[Lobby]
National Museum of Natural History museum lobby - with a big elephant.
[T-Rex]
A T-Rex skelton.
[Triceratops Head]
A Triceratops fossil head.
[Stegosaurous]
A fossilized stegosaurous skeleton.
[T-Rex]
A fossil T-Rex head.
[Mammoth Skeleton]
Mammoth Skeleton.
[Samuari Uniform]
A samurai uniform presented to Teddy Roosevelt.
[Bronchiosaurous]
Bronchiosaurous Skeleton.
[Mammal Gallery]
The mammal gallery at the National Museum of Natural History.
[Easter Island Statue]
A statue from Easter Island.
[Hope Diamond]
The Hope diamond.
[Hope Diamond]
The Hope Diamond.
[Hope Diamond]
The Hope diamond display.
[Blue Topaz]
The largest flawless topaz.
[Gold Display]
A display of large gold pieces.
[Emerald and Diamond Necklace]
A diamond and emerald necklace; the large center emerald is the most perfect emerald found.
[Smithsonian Castle]
The Smithsonian Castle - right on the Mall; contains administrative offices.

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