Inside the Library of Congress. I never knew it was so beautiful.
The Capitol building:
Jim with our congressman, Howard Berman.
Me delivering my State of the Union address in the Smithsonian Museum of American History.
The beautiful DC Jewish Community Center, home of Theater J.
Jimmy and Piper Laurie acting silly.
Jim with Aviva Kempner, who made the wonderful film, "Yoo Hoo, Mrs. Goldberg."
Backstage with Theodore Bikel with NY producer Ed Gaynes looking on.
In the Newseum with sections of the Berlin Wall.
Jim hiding behind a G-man.
Me being taken into custody, but ever defiant.
A piece of the World Trade Center.
Face to face with J. Edgar Hoover.
The Navy Memorial, built to look like the top of the ship.
And so much more to come!
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