Fred Rogers, star of "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood," donated one of his iconic knitted cardigans to the Smithsonian Institution, where it is part of the permanent collection of the National Museum of American History in W... More »

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Though a common rumor claims that Mr. Rogers wore sweaters on his show to cover up large arm tattoos, he actually wore them to create a formal, but not stiff, appearance for working with children. Mr. Rogers did not have... More »

Beloved children's television icon Fred Rogers, known more commonly as Mr. Rogers, was frequently seen wearing cardigans that were knitted by his own mother, Nancy Rogers. These cardigans, which tended to have zip closur... More »

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Fred Rogers, who hosted the show "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood," had no tattoos on his arms or elsewhere. The rumor has roots in Roger's choice to wear long sleeves while in character on his television program. It is ofte... More »

Beloved children's television icon Fred Rogers, known more commonly as Mr. Rogers, was frequently seen wearing cardigans that were knitted by his own mother, Nancy Rogers. These cardigans, which tended to have zip closur... More »

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Museums including the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C., the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City and the Art Institute of Chicago have portraits. Some portrait exhibits are viewable online, such as "A... More »

The Amtrak Northeast Corridor (NEC), operating between Washington, D.C., and Boston, is the busiest railroad in North America. Major stops along the NEC include Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York City and Providence. More »

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