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A rare (signed) photograph of Felix Silla while playing Cousin Itt: pic.twitter.com/6XcUXSGlYa
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Some believed that the Addams Family mansion resembled that used by California governors until 1967:
 
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Jackie Coogan, who played Uncle Fester, posed with Babe Ruth when he was a child movie star: pic.twitter.com/UuU1xGdRuJ
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A rare (signed) photograph of Felix Silla while playing Cousin Itt:
 
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And yes, no doubt Uncle Fester would have been shocked by the notion of hoarding classified official documents in a mansion basement: pic.twitter.com/If8ozaIOg2
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Jackie Coogan, who played Uncle Fester, posed with Babe Ruth when he was a child movie star:
 
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Best-known actor to play Thing in "Addams Family" was Ted Cassidy, who played Lurch. (It is not known if he received extra pay for playing Thing.) Year before the Addams show began, Cassidy was a radio announcer at WFAA Dallas and was on the air as November 22, 1963, unfolded. pic.twitter.com/Yb00WQF8N0
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And yes, no doubt Uncle Fester would have been shocked by the notion of hoarding classified official documents in a mansion basement:
 
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Yes, closing credits claimed that "Thing" was played by itself, but this wasn't true. Several actors lent their hands to play Thing, but who was the main one? pic.twitter.com/6niTGf4rKh
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Best-known actor to play Thing in "Addams Family" was Ted Cassidy, who played Lurch. (It is not known if he received extra pay for playing Thing.) Year before the Addams show began, Cassidy was a radio announcer at WFAA Dallas and was on the air as November 22, 1963, unfolded.
 
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Quiz question: according to closing credits of ABC's "The Addams Family" (1964-1966), who played "The Thing"?
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Yes, closing credits claimed that "Thing" was played by itself, but this wasn't true. Several actors lent their hands to play Thing, but who was the main one?
 
Addams Family mansion had its own leatherbound box: pic.twitter.com/wRxOnWWvA5
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Quiz question: according to closing credits of ABC's "The Addams Family" (1964-1966), who played "The Thing"?
 
Addams Family mansion had its own leatherbound box:
 
Michael Beschloss Retweeted ·  
WATCH: @BeschlossDC says the way fmr. President Trump obtained and kept classified documents is unprecedented.

"We have never in history seen a fmr. president take ultra-classified documents, stick them in his basement, loosely watched by government standards."
 
Michael Beschloss Retweeted ·  
"The hopeful part of this is that, America does have resilience, we do get over moments like this. Let's pray together that we do." @BeschlossDC on overcoming the threat to American democracy #SundayShow
 
Michael Beschloss Retweeted ·  
WATCH: According to presidential historian @BeschlossDC, people will look back at the 2022 midterms and debate whether it turned out to be a democracy.

"There was once a slogan ... 'vote like your life depended on it.' It really does."
 
Michael Beschloss Retweeted ·  
WATCH: Presidential historian @BeschlossDC says people will look back at the 2022 midterms and debate whether it turned out to be a democracy.

"There was once a slogan ... 'vote like your life depended on it.' It really does."
 
Michael Beschloss Retweeted ·  
WATCH: The way fmr. President Trump obtained and kept classified documents is unprecedented, says @BeschlossDC.

"We have never in history seen a fmr. president take ultra-classified documents, stick them in his basement, loosely watched by government standards."
 
with Betsy Woodruff Swan and Gene Robinson, waiting to go on ⁦@MeetThePress⁩:
 
Berlin Wall construction began today 1961: #Hatch
 
Am looking forward to being on @MeetThePress tomorrow morning on @NBC. Check local listings. pic.twitter.com/C5xuPD5RQr
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Here is a photograph of my first appearance on NBC's @MeetThePress, when I was thirty-one years old. Yes, they did have color television in those days.
 
Am looking forward to being on @MeetThePress tomorrow morning on @NBC. Check local listings.
 
Once again this week, all please hail the National Archives.
 
Menu for dinner Nixon gave for Apollo 11 astronauts at Century Plaza Hotel, Los Angeles, tonight 1969: pic.twitter.com/ZDykUAHoIz
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White House chefs present President Nixon with Executive Mansion in white chocolate for Apollo 11 astronauts dinner, Century Plaza, Los Angeles, tonight 1969:
 
Menu for dinner Nixon gave for Apollo 11 astronauts at Century Plaza Hotel, Los Angeles, tonight 1969:
 
President Nixon and Governor Reagan on loveseat in Nixon's prefab government office next to his house in San Clemente, today 1969: #NARA
 
Michael Beschloss Retweeted ·  
Rule of law.
Protect our institutions of democracy.
Defend our national security.
There should be nothing partisan about any of this.
 
Michael Beschloss Retweeted ·  
Room Rater Top Historian. Prescient is exactly the word. Honored that @BeschlossDC is our Presidential Room Rater. 10/10
 
Michael Beschloss Retweeted ·  
.@BeschlossDC: ‘We’re living in a world that’s upside down’ on.msnbc.com/3C2RI45
 
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If all of those documents Trump read at home while President are already declassified, there may be a long line of historians in sleeping bags tonight outside the National Archives, waiting for it to open.
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What an amazing development! Usually it takes us historians decades to get to see official U.S. secret documents about nuclear weapons.
 
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Just asking for a friend.
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If all of those documents Trump read at home while President are already declassified, there may be a long line of historians in sleeping bags tonight outside the National Archives, waiting for it to open.
 
If documents Trump took home while President were declassified, that means all historians and scholars get to see them immediately?
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Just asking for a friend.
 
If documents Trump took home while President were declassified, that means all historians and scholars get to see them immediately?
 
With Supreme Court about to consider the case of U.S. v. Nixon in summer 1974, someone outside the building yelled, “Go, U.S.!”
 
Michael Beschloss Retweeted ·  
TONIGHT: @BeschlossDC returns to the #LastWord with @Lawrence at 10pm ET.
 
Looking forward to honor of speaking with @Lawrence on @TheLastWord at 10 PM Eastern.
 
Eisenhower receives JFK during transition, Oval Office, 1960, with press secretary James Hagerty: #Erwitt
 
Ronald Reagan onstage in 1948 in support of Harry Truman, Los Angeles: #HSTL
 
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In their creepy mansion, Addams Family had one of these: "Most Amazing Mystery Box Grabs Coins and Saves Them....Fool People Profitably!...Spooky Green Hand Grabs Coins and Disappears!"
 
 
Looking forward to speaking with our friend @AriMelber on @MSNBC during the 7 PM Eastern hour.
 
Anyone want to say where and when this photograph of two Presidents, a future President and two First Ladies was taken? pic.twitter.com/4pCoC3EsHj
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Eager to keep the Johnsons friendly, Nixon ordered a grove in Redwood National Park, California, named after Lady Bird for her environmentalism and work to preserve that park:
 
Anyone want to say where and when this photograph of two Presidents, a future President and two First Ladies was taken?
 
With ninety different backstories and many reasons for each to want to get along with the other, Nixon entertains LBJ at his San Clemente estate, this month 1969: #Getty
 
Michael Beschloss Retweeted ·  
NBC has obtained the Mar-a-Lago search warrant. It shows Donald Trump is under investigation for potential obstruction of justice and violations of the Espionage Act
 
Michael Beschloss Retweeted ·  
Obama didn't take any documents. They are under the authority of the National Archives like every other previous president.

What if we didn't tweet our provably false statements from known liars?
 
World War II poster by U.S. government warning Americans that loose handling of classified information can cost American lives:
 
Michael Beschloss Retweeted ·  
Questions to ask if classified docs found at Mar-a-Lago, @BeschlossDC: “What did he have in mind?… Did he share the info with someone else, with a hostile foreign government, conceivably with someone that may have been a terrorist group that puts all of us in danger?” #AMRstaff
 
Michael Beschloss Retweeted ·  
On critiques of Garland, @BeschlossDC: “His job as Attorney General is to pursue the law and the law says an ex president has to secure classified government documents in an official setting.” #AMRstaff
 
FDR gave a famous speech at Chautauqua, 1936, saying, "I hate war."
 
Michael Beschloss Retweeted ·  
AP: Author Salman Rushdie, whose writing led to death threats, has been attacked on stage at an event in western New York.
 
Will have pleasure of talking with @mitchellreports at 12 PM Eastern on @MSNBC.
 
Rule of law.
Protect our institutions of democracy.
Defend our national security.
There should be nothing partisan about any of this.
 
And, of all things, seventy-five years ago this month, President Truman signed into law the National Security Act of 1947, drafted to protect the United States of America in the dangerous nuclear age.
 
JFK campaigns with Stevenson, 1952, Massachusetts:
 
 
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