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Portraits of Character

ports of characterThe Office of Education produces "Portraits of Character" as a newspaper feature in partnership with the Washington Times. This biographical feature includes a portrait from the permanent collection and a related story about the sitter.

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Rosa Parks: Pioneer for Civil Rights

Print feature (PDF)


Walt Whitman: Civil War Poet and Caregiver
Print feature (PDF)


George Washington Carver: Scientist and
"Miracle Worker"
Print feature (PDF)


Frances Perkins: New Deal Stateswoman
and Labor Reformer
Print feature (PDF)


Albert Einstein: Physicist and Pacifist
Print feature (PDF)


Henry Clay Frick: Industrialist, Art Collector and Philanthropist
Print feature (PDF)


Mary McLeod Bethune: Education Advocate
and Activist
Print feature (PDF)


Martin Luther King: Impassioned Voice
for Equality
Print feature (PDF)


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