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March 5, 2010
Have you ever wanted to take a tour onboard Air Force One? How about sit at the president's desk in the Oval Office? Well they’re not as off-limits as you may think. Political memorabilia has never been more popular and the eye-catching items that many history buffs and savvy investors elect to collect are often put on display for the public’s enjoyment. From copies of first ladies’ gowns and political buttons to presidential podiums and replicas of the oval office, viewers of such collections get a rare glimpse into the lives of our country’s most powerful leaders.
My Generation’s Carolyn Presutti takes us on a private tour of one collection to discover how some people are getting the presidential treatment.
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