November 11, 2017 will mark the 98th Veteran's Day (formally Armistice Day) in the United States. Take a journey through our diverse collections of military historical images and footage to honor veteran's throughout time.
Art has always been a medium in which to convey ideas, and 18th century artists of the American War of Independence and the French Revolution decidedly used their trade as a way to illustrate the ideals - and whip up support - for revolution.
From the birth of our country and formation of our national identity to flipping the 20th century art world on its head, American has a celebrated tradition of art and artists. Here's a rundown of some of our favorites.
Do you have election fatigue? We certainly do. In an effort to cleanse our palate of this year's election cycle, Bridgeman offers a guide for running for political office with the aide of political cartoons from decades past.
Stretched out over 84 million acres, the country's National Parks are as uniquely American as the Declaration of Independence. Artists were instrumental in the effort to set in motion legislation to protect and preserve our beloved landscapes for future generations.
With Mother's Day around the corner on May 8th, it's worth remembering all the little nagging things our Moms used to say to us. Without these little nuggets of wisdom, we wouldn't be who we are. Thanks Mom!
Although the Atlantic slave trade was abolished in 1807, slaves wouldn't be emancipated until almost six decades later in 1863. And that long awaited emancipation proved fragile during the Civil War and Reconstruction period.
A new season of the retro hit TV series has started and once again we're mad for mid-century. Here are some favorite nuggets of wisdom from the show, along with retro imagery from The Advertising Archives.