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amhistorymuseum

Washington
@Smithsonian National Museum of American History. "Giving in America" is open: http://s.si.edu/GivingShowcase Legal: https://t.co/dJOZaQ7IFu

How Influential is amhistorymuseum

Influence
91 /100
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Engagement Level
Outstanding
 
19.2
1.7
27.0
 
217.0
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1.1K
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4.5K
True Reach
41,513
Top Topics
Museums, History, Culture
Top Location
United States
Insights
Super Active
18.9 Posts Per Day (all-time)
Highly Connected
Has frequent conversations with top 5% influencers
Audience
552,663
Total Fans

amhistorymuseum's Top Content

These two images are a before and after. The first is a scan we made of the negative, the second is the final photographic print that was modified by the photographer in the printing. Remember, these photographs were printed by hand in a darkroom! The way in which this is printed made Jackie's skin porcelain-like and emphasized John's rugged sturdiness. Notice that some of JFK's wrinkles, Jackie's dress along the back of her shoulders, a lock of hair on her right cheek, and a strand of hair by her left cheek were removed. By burning and dodging, the half-moon on Kennedy's left sleeve—a darkroom processing mishap—has been removed. By darkening the sleeve and lengthening it, it changed the overall contrast and highlights of the couple's hands and faces. The brightness of the whites in the image emphasize the way we might read this image—JFK directly engages us by looking at us and Jackie's look of admiration towards him is more obvious. He is steady and poised with an openness and the support of his wife. How do you feel about him as he is presented in this picture? –Shannon, photography curator, National Museum of American History Image 1, scan of negative, John F. Kennedy and Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy by Richard Avedon, 1961. Gift of Richard Avedon. Catalog number 67.102.079N Image 2, Gelatin silver print, John F. Kennedy and Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy by Richard Avedon, 1961. Gift of Richard Avedon. Catalog number 67.102.079 #JFK100 #JohnFKennedy #PhotographicHistory #PhotoHistory #InstagramTakeover #Kennedy100 #RichardAvedon #ITweetMuseums #PhotoJournalism #FashionHistory #PresidentialHistory #BlackAndWhite #PhotoRetouching #FirstFamily #FLOTUS #POTUS
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amhistorymuseum's Audience Demographics

Average Age
30
Years Old
Dominant Gender
Women
58%
Influence
7%
Influential followers
Top Countries
United States
83%
Canada
3%
United Kingdom
3%
Top Cities
New York
18%
Washington
16%
Los Angeles
8%

What Are amhistorymuseum's Followers Interested In

Author
11.7%
Writers
7.6%
Art
6.4%
Websites They Share
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