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The roots of skiffle as a musical genre and its influence on popular music will be discussed in a book talk by singer and guitarist... [Read More]
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The Card Catalog by The Library of Congress This coffee table-type book contains the history of card catalogs from their inception to their demise. [Read More]
Last week, the Library of Congress selected Tracy K. Smith as the new U.S. Poet Laureate. Here, Smith shares the poetry she recommends reading right... [Read More]
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The digital automation service now connects users to info from agencies and institutions like the Library of Congress, the Environmental Protection Agency and the Department... [Read More]
The digital automation service now connects users to info from agencies and institutions like the Library of Congress, the Environmental Protection Agency and the Department... [Read More]
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As my job title indicates, I both edit the work of authors who publish works under the Library's aegis and write books and other materials.... [Read More]
While military service oftentimes demands sacrifices from those in uniform, historically, LGBT veterans have faced a unique set of challenges. For many of these veterans,... [Read More]
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Franklin E. Kameny: Veterans History Project of the Library of Congress. [Read More]
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Miriam Ben-Shalom: Veterans History Project of the Library of Congress. [Read More]
JaeLee Waldschmidt: Veterans History Project of the Library of Congress. [Read More]
WASHINGTON (A.W.)—Acclaimed Armenian-American novelist Chris Bohjalian will be delivering the 21st annual Vardanants Day Armenian Lecture at noon on Sept. 1 at... [Read More]
Introducing Our New Poet Laureate: Online Edition. A blog post at "From the Catbird Seat: Poetry & Literature at the Library of Congress" on... [Read More]
Lynda Carter, who portrayed the 1970s TV character Wonder Woman, presented the script of the new "Wonder Woman" film to the Library of Congress . [Read More]
The National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped (NLS) at the Library of Congress is enhancing its ability to serve its patrons through... [Read More]
"Wonder Woman" has already broken records with the biggest film opening for a female director and is expected to break $600 million at the worldwide... [Read More]
"Exclamation Points"—John Margolies Photographs of Roadside America Ready for Touring. A blog post at "Picture This: Library of Congress Prints & Photos" on 2017-06-21. [Read More]
Overview of the John Margolies Roadside America Photograph Archive, a documentary study of twentieth-century American roadside and commercial architecture... [Read More]
The Library of Congress will honor "I Left My Heart in San Francisco" singer Tony Bennett in November. [Read More]
Tony Bennett, the beloved and durable interpreter of American standards whose chart-topping career spans seven decades, has been honor ... [Read More]
It was in late January 1910 when Everett C. Johnson sat down in his small office at the corner of Main Street and South College... [Read More]
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