Being the president of the United States of America is not an easy task. People often keep a detailed tab on the presidents’ past and present. We have compiled 15 iconic pictures of the past U.S. presidents that showcase them in a different light.
Let us take a look at 15 Iconic pictures of U.S. Presidents from the U.S. history
1) The 26th U.S. president Theodore Roosevelt next to a killed Jaguar during a hunt on the Taquari River in Brazil, 1913
2) An iconic picture of the future president Theodore Roosevelt dressed as a girl at the age of 2.
3) The invite to John F. Kennedy’s birthday bash held at New York’s Madison Square Garden, 1962
4) An iconic picture of the U.S. president Warren G. Harding shaking hands with the baseball legend Babe Ruth.
5) New National Women’s right party members ask President Warren G. Harding’s aid for passing an equal rights bill in the next Congress session.
5) An iconic picture of the U.S. President Calvin Coolidge after being named as Chief Leading Eagle by the Sioux Native American tribe in 1927.
6) U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt pictured as he asked Congress to declare war against Japan in 1941.
7) Another iconic picture of U.S. President Harry Truman leading a class of callisthenics aboard the USS Missouri in 1947.
8) The U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower throws the first baseball of the 1954 baseball season.
9) A recently discovered oldest and original picture of U.S. President John Quincy Adams, shot in 1843.
10) An iconic picture of U.S. President Richard Nixon meeting Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds in the early 1970s.
11) An iconic picture of U.S. President Lyndon Johnson greeting Martin Luther King Jr. Taken when Johnson signed the Voting Rights Act, 1965.
12) The quarantined crew of Apollo 11, Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins and Buzz Aldrin chatting with U.S. President Nixon through the window.
13) U.S. President Richard Nixon giving the victory sign after resigning from his presidency following the watergate scandal.
14) An iconic picture of U.S. President Gerald Ford dancing with Queen Elizabeth II in 1976.
15) The legendary music artist Michael Jackson visits the Whitehouse. He is pictured with the U.S. President Ronald Raegan and his wife.