Branding the Presidents of the United States
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School has been getting the best of me lately, I will be posting a new one soon though! :) Thank you to everyone who has taken interest in this project! <3

Fortieth President: Ronald Reagan (1981-1989)
Thirty-Ninth President: Jimmy Carter (1977-1981)

"Human rights is the soul of our foreign policy, because human rights is the very soul of our sense of nationhood."
Thirty-Eighth President: Gerald Ford (1974-1977)
Thirty-Seventh President: Richard Nixon (1969-1973)
Hand lettering.


&#8220;Whether we shape the future in the image of our hopes, is ours to determine by our actions and our choices.&#8221;
Richard Nixon
Thirty-Sixth President: Lyndon B. Johnson (1963-1969)
His election slogan was &#8220;All the way with LBJ&#8221;. As seen here.

"I am concerned about the whole man. I am concerned about what the people, using their government as an instrument and a tool, can do toward building the whole man, which will mean a better society and a better world."
Thirty-Fifth President: John F. Kennedy (1961-1963)
This photo depicts NASA Deputy Administrator Robert Seamans, Dr. Wernher von Braun and President Kennedy at Cape Canaveral. Dr. Wernher von Braun explains the Saturn Launch System to President John F. Kennedy. 

In a time of uncertainty at home and abroad, an American president proposes bold new steps in the exploration of space.He calls for &#8220;longer strides&#8221; which &#8220;may hold the key to our future here on Earth.&#8221; He touts the potential of &#8220;even more exciting and ambitious exploration of space, perhaps beyond the moon, perhaps to the very end of the solar system itself.&#8221; The year is 1961. The president is John F. Kennedy. But the words ring true today, as NASA once again aims for new frontiers with the Vision for Space Exploration.Kennedy&#8217;s &#8220;Special Message to Congress on Urgent National Needs&#8221; came on May 25, just three weeks after Mercury astronaut Alan B. Shepard became the first American in space. Delivered at the height of the Cold War with the Soviet Union, the speech is best known for Kennedy&#8217;s audacious challenge to NASA and America: "I believe that this nation should commit itself to achieving the goal, before this decade is out, of landing a man on the moon and returning him safely to Earth." 
Read more here: nasa.gov
Thirty-Fourth President: Dwight D. Eisenhower (1953-1961)
Thirty Third President: Harry S. Truman (1945-1953)

Harry Truman was once quoted as saying, &#8220;I never gave anybody hell &#8230; I just told the truth, and they thought it was hell.&#8221;
Harry Truman was known as a blunt, honest man. He told people exactly what he thought for better or worse. He called it like he saw it, and didn&#8217;t take any &#8220;bull&#8221; or dishonesty from anybody. That combination of honesty and bluntness in a place like Washington, D.C. left a perception of a man you would &#8220;give people hell.&#8221;
Thirty-Second President: Franklin Roosevelt (1933-1945)
This picture shows &#8220;FDR and Fala, out for a ride&#8221;. 

Fala was a famous Scottish Terrier, the beloved dog of U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt. One of the most famous presidential pets, Fala captured the attention of the public in the United States and followed Roosevelt everywhere, becoming part of Roosevelt&#8217;s public image. His White House antics were widely covered in the media and often referenced both by Roosevelt and his wife, Eleanor Roosevelt. Fala survived Roosevelt by seven years and was buried alongside him. A statue of him alongside Roosevelt is prominently featured in Washington, D.C.&#8217;s Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, the only presidential pet so honored.