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ATLANTA, GA - JAN 15: The historic sign for Ebenezer Baptist Church hangs during renovations, on what would have been Martin Luther King Jr's 82nd birthday, January 15, 2011, Atlanta.
ATLANTA - JAN 15: On what would have been his 82nd birthday, a statue of Martin Luther King Jr stands over the Atlanta skyline on January 15, 2011, two days before the holiday in his honor.
ATLANTA - JAN 15: Martin Luther King III addresses a crowd at Ebenezer Baptist Church on what would have been his father's 82 birthday, January 15, 2011.
WASHINGTON - SEP.3: The Martin Luther King, Jr. National Memorial stands open to the public in Washington, DC, on Sep. 3, 2011. The scheduled dedication (Aug. 28) was canceled due to Hurricane Irene.
ATLANTA, GA - JAN 15: A wreath lays at Martin Luther King Jr's tomb on what would have been his 82 birthday, January 15, 2011. His wife Coretta lies beside him.
WASHINGTON - SEP.3: The Martin Luther King, Jr. National Memorial stands open to the public in Washington, DC, on Sep. 3, 2011. The scheduled dedication (Aug. 28) was canceled due to Hurricane Irene.
WASHINGTON - SEP. 3: The Martin Luther King, Jr. National Memorial stands open to the public in Washington, DC, on Sep. 3, 2011. The scheduled dedication (Aug. 28) was canceled due to Hurricane Irene.
An old cannon from colonial days (civil war and earlier) at historic Fort Washington.
glass and stone curves. national museum of the american indian, washington, dc.
WASHINGTON - SEP. 3: The Martin Luther King, Jr. National Memorial stands open to the public in Washington, DC, on Sep. 3, 2011. The scheduled dedication (Aug. 28) was canceled due to Hurricane Irene.
WASHINGTON - SEP.3: The Martin Luther King, Jr. National Memorial stands open to the public in Washington, DC, on Sep. 3, 2011. The scheduled dedication (Aug. 28) was canceled due to Hurricane Irene.
WASHINGTON - SEP. 3: The Martin Luther King, Jr. National Memorial stands open to the public in Washington, DC, on Sep. 3, 2011. The scheduled dedication (Aug. 28) was canceled due to Hurricane Irene.
Recreated buildings at the Jamestown museum, Virginia.
WASHINGTON - SEP.3: The Martin Luther King, Jr. National Memorial stands open to the public in Washington, DC, on Sep. 3, 2011. The scheduled dedication (Aug. 28) was canceled due to Hurricane Irene.
national capitol from the rear (less seen angle), washington, dc
the us capitol building in spring, 2005. washington, dc. sky area can be used for text. View from the national mall.
Giant dove puppet at anti war rally on the National Mall, Washington, DC, Saturday, January 27, 2007.
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