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This collection was presented to the Library of Congress by King Bhumibol Adulyadej of Thailand in 1960. It contains ten instruments, including a pair of... [Read More]
The Library of Congress has put the papers of Ulysses S. Grant online for the first time in their original format at https://www.loc.gov/collections/ulysses-s-grant-papers/about-this-collection/.The Library holds... [Read More]
The papers of President James Buchanan, who presided in the four years leading up to the Civil War, have been digitized and are now available... [Read More]
The Library of Congress will host a lecture on the National Cherry Blossom Festival poster process on April 5 and Japanese Culture Day on April... [Read More]
On Feb. 27, Parton will present the 100 millionth book donation from Imagination Library to the Library of Congress's collection. Parton will read to local... [Read More]
In 1965, one might not have pegged Howard University student Clyde Waite for an activist.Decades before becoming the first black judge in Bucks County, he... [Read More]
She doesn't "do politics," but Dolly Parton will be just steps from the halls of the Capitol when she visits Washington, D.C., next week to... [Read More]
In 1965, one might not have pegged Howard University student Clyde Waite for an activist.Decades before becoming the first black judge in Bucks County, he... [Read More]
The man who has questioned the role of Nathuram Godse in the killing of Mahatma Gandhi created a sensation in the Supreme Court on Monday... [Read More]
From 1869 to 1901, five U.S. Presidents were Civil War veterans who had served in the Union armies. Four were generals. (All photographs: Library of... [Read More]
The Library of Congress' Veterans History Project has launched its new "Experiencing War" website feature, titled "Guadalcanal: 75 Years Later," recognizing the anniversary of the... [Read More]
Dolly Parton is accustomed to attending induction and recognition ceremonies, and the one she's traveling to on Feb. 27 marks a return to Washington, D.C.,... [Read More]
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, during a Library of Congress interview, slammed a culture of people who believe themselves to be victims of hardship.Thomas made... [Read More]
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas participated in a rare onstage interview at the Library of Congress on Thursday, where he talked about being "worn down"... [Read More]
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas says at some point we're going to be 'fatigued with everyone being a victim' in conversation with Judge of... [Read More]
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas says he believes that Congress' process for confirming judges and others in government will discourage "some of our best people"... [Read More]
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas participates in a discussion hosted by the Law Library of Congress and the Supreme Court Fellows Program, in which…... [Read More]
From 1869 to 1901, five U.S. Presidents were Civil War veterans who had served in the Union armies. Four were generals. (All photographs: Library of... [Read More]
Exploring the Early Americas features selections from the more than 3,000 rare maps, documents, paintings, prints, and artifacts that make up the Jay I. Kislak... [Read More]
The individual statutes for congresses 68 through 81 are available on the Law Library of Congress website. [Read More]
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