Historic moments pepper each year of American history. From historic legislation and technological breakthroughs to war and natural disasters, no year is without its share of highs and lows. Our nation’s leaders are tasked with facilitating some of these historic moments, negotiating for a more peaceful world, and providing relief during times of crisis. Photographs of American presidents capture some of these consequential moments for all time and serve as a lightning rod to memories of some of the country’s most defining, tender, stoic, and even silly moments. Stacker rounded up one iconic presidential photo from each of the last 100 years. From inspecting fight planes to posing with Elvis Presley, keep reading to see which you remember from history class—and which historic moments you lived through. You may also like: Most dangerous countries for journalists 1921: Women ask president for equal rights legislation Fifty prominent members of the New National Woman’s Party congregate at the White House on April 6, 1921, to ask for President Warren G. Harding’s aid in passing an equal rights bill in the next Congress. The bill would give women full equality in the government. 1922: President Warren G. Harding cuts a record President Warren… Read full this story
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