this day in lincoln center history

Bring your family to the National Archives on March 29 and explore the many ways people have placed their signature on history, from developing a signature style to signing groundbreaking policy into law. 

The Family Day hands-on activities will be held from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Boeing Learning Center.
  • Writing with a quill pen
  • Making signature hats: pillbox hat, Lincoln hat, tri-corner hat
  • Family tours of the “Making Their Mark” exhibit
  • “You be the curator”
  • Presidential Catch Phrase
  • Story time
  • And much more!

Or join us early for “Coffee with the Curator.”

 Family and educational programming related to “Making Their Mark” is sponsored in part by Fahrney’s Pens, Cross, and Parker Pen Company - Newell Rubbermaid

This Day In Lincoln Center History: Calder sculpture on Lincoln Center's campus

November 15, 1965: “Le Guichet,” a metal sculpture created by famed artist Alexander Calder in 1963, is dedicated and on display at the plaza entrance to the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts. This gift was made possible by Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lipman. Pictured: Calder with a scale model of his famous sculpture, courtesy Lincoln Center Archives