By ANIKA REED
Frank Sinatra made his mark on popular culture during his illustrious career, and now the National Museum of American History is celebrating his accomplishments with an exhibit entitled "Frank Sinatra at 100."
Ol' Blue Eyes is memorialized at the museum with a display marking the centennial of his life, focusing on his career in music, movies and jazz. The exhibit features photos, sheet music and the trench coat he wore in 1957's "Pal Joey."
The singer's artifacts is open now and will be on display until March 2016.