William H. King
 

The Presidential Academic Fitness awards that I received when I was in elementary school  still have a special place in my office even though thousands of kids received them and Ronald Reagan's signature is an autopen.

 

Campaign Buttons for every Democratic President from Woodrow Wilson to Barack Obama. 

 

Commemorative Donkey Liquor Bottle from the 1976 Democratic National Convention.  

 

I was fortunate to be able to hear the Deputy Director of the Department of Agriculture speak when he was in Memphis and was anxious to read the new business magazine that had just arrived.

 

In my office with my books including The Messages and Papers of the Presidents and an original 1964 LBJ Campaign poster.

 

Massachusetts State House Library

 

The Messages and Papers of the Presidents and this Proclamation from Theodore Roosevelt even has a legal description. 

 
 
 

Participating in a Memorial Service for James Monroe with the James Monroe Foundation. 

 

Reading the Declaration of Independence at Independence Hall in Philadelphia.

 

Participating in a Memorial Service for our first Chief Justice John Marshall with various civic groups and the James Monroe Foundation.

 

Signed copy of Tennessee Senators by Tennessee's longest serving Senator, Kenneth McKellar. 

 
 

Signed copy of Al and Tipper Gore book.

 

Working in a Chancery Clerk's office.  

 

Coordinating an event and working on establishing a Beta Gamma Sigma chapter.

 

Working in a Chancery Clerk's office.

 
 

Personally delivering Tennessee Voices to Landmark Booksellers in Franklin.