George Washington's outhouse, Mount Vernon
Chester A. Arthur's muttonchops
George H.W. Bush takes a stand
The handicap-accessible Roosevelt Theater, Hyde Park, New York
Stardusters' saxophonist Bill Clinton
Creepy Abraham Lincoln souvenirs, Springfield, Illinois
"Third-rate non-entity" Rutherford B. Hayes
The late, great Presidents Park of Williamsburg, Virginia (closed in 2010)
A hilarious Gerald Ford imitation in front of Air Force One at Presidents Park
Herbert Hoover's boyhood outhouse, West Branch, Iowa
We happened to be in Canton, Ohio on the 100th anniversary of assassinated president William McKinley's funeral. As far as presidential funereal reenactments go, it was one of the best.
We had a great time visiting Clare McLean's Presidential Pet Museum. At the time, she was located in Annapolis, Maryland, and now plans are underway to move the museum to Glen Allen, Virginia.
She's showing us her portrait of Amy Carter with her dog Grits.
This is the most requested photo from the National Archives in Washington. For once Richard Nixon wasn't the oddest guy in the room.