Saving America's Treasures Photos - December 1998
The First Lady visits the archives of American jazz legend, Louis Armstrong, at Queens College in New York. (12/3/98)
At the home of poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Mrs. Clinton is presented with a book of artwork from fifth grade students who have been studying the Revolutionary War and Longfellow's poem, Paul Revere's Ride. (12/5/98)
The First Lady speaks at the Museum of Afro American History's African Meeting House in Boston, Mass., the oldest standing African American church in the United States. (12/5/98)
The First Lady tours the Conservatory of Flowers in San Francisco, the oldest building in Golden Gate Park and the oldest greenhouse in California. (12/11/98)

The First Lady's Treasures Tour - Photo Gallery

Pre-trip Photos

Photo Gallery July 13, 1998

Photo Gallery July 14, 1998

Photo Gallery July 15, 1998

Photo Gallery - Visit to the Southwest

Photo Gallery - December 1998

Photo Gallery - October 27,1998

Photo Gallery - October 28,1998

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