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In Memorial Hall in the James Madison Building of the Library of Congress, eight quotes of Madison's are carved into the wall and painted in... [Read More]
Volunteers helped transcribe war memories from local veterans Saturday. News4's Derrick Ward was in Bethesda to hear some of their stories. [Read More]
4 Corners: International Collections Program Calendar 2/17/2017. A blog post at "4 Corners of the World: International Collections and Studies at the Library of... [Read More]
[...] yet it's impossible to watch Oscar Micheaux's germinal work — the earliest surviving feature by an African-American filmmaker — without finding immediate and manifest... [Read More]
An interview with Theresa Reiss, a reference librarian at the Law Library of Congress... [Read More]
NLS Music Notes. A blog from the Library of Congress. [Read More]
Highlights of the Sigmund Freud Papers. A blog post at "Library of Congress Blog" on 2017-02-16. [Read More]
* James Madison Memorial Building, Sixth Floor, Montpelier Room... [Read More]
"The curse of prejudice is the hand-maid of ignorance," said Daniel Murray. Murray was assistant librarian at the Library of Congress in the late 19th... [Read More]
Featuring the Gladstone Collection of African American Photographs. A blog post at "Picture This: Library of Congress Prints & Photos" on 2017-02-15. [Read More]
The Library of Congress—which holds the largest multi-format collection of materials on the American experience in World War I—will present a major exhibition in 2017... [Read More]
The Law Library of Congress commemorates the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I with this online publication. [Read More]
In honor of the centennial of the United States' entry into the first World War in 1917, a new exhibition is opening at the St.... [Read More]
Rita Giordano, Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News... [Read More]
On this past Sunday, over 26 million viewers watched the live broadcast of the Grammy Awards Ceremony for 2016. On the Friday before the Grammys,... [Read More]
Report problems with Library of Congress handles (persistent identifiers). [Read More]
Laureate Love on Valentine's Day. A blog post at "From the Catbird Seat: Poetry & Literature at the Library of Congress" on 2017-02-14. [Read More]
Stephen Spender was born in London, England in 1909. He served as the 17th Consultant in Poetry to the Library of Congress from 1965 to... [Read More]
A profile of First Book, one of the winners of the Library of Congress Literacy Awards. [Read More]
Regardless of whether you believe that Jelly Roll Morton invented jazz, as he famously and grandiosely claimed, he surely established the intellectual framework by which... [Read More]