Today in 1843, former president John Quincy Adams joined thousands to dedicate a public observatory in Cincinnati, a building known as "the birthplace of American astronomy." Plus: this month would be a good time to get out a telescope, cause there's lots happening in the night sky.
Several visitors made jokes about the smell. There really wasn't one - but when there are two presidents and two First Ladies in one room, the room can smell any way it wants.
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Papa John is right inside the door, where as the younger Adams is a bit more tucked away - but only a bit, as this is, shall we say, an "efficiency" crypt.