Library of Congress

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Li′brary of Con′gress

the national library of the U.S. in Washington, D.C.
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The Library of Congress maintains one of the largest and most diverse collections of scientific and technical information in the world.
From the Library of Congress to the Government Printing Office and many others, a great quantity of information content has been made available online, and a variety of finding aids and search engines help provide access.
Working with the Library of Congress in Washington, D.
Merrick, along with photography students at Moorpark College and film students at Oxnard College, worked for a year documenting the history of the berry industry and the festival for the Library of Congress, as part of the library's bicentennial celebration.
Leading global organizations like ABN AMRO, Bank of America, Boeing, Costco, Cox Newspapers, The (US) Defense Intelligence Agency, The Home Depot, Hyatt, IBM, John Deere, Lehman Brothers, The Library of Congress, Texas Instruments, and Walmart.
The Library of Congress is the nation's oldest federal cultural institution and the largest library in the world and holds nearly 151.
Company officers and Adler will visit the Library of Congress next week to officially hand over the archives - which span from 1853 to 1937 - in recognition of two anniversaries: The company's 150th and the library's 200th.
The Gateway to Knowledge tour is inspiring new generations to learn and cultivating new and young patrons for the Library of Congress and, by extension, libraries across the country.
Jailbreaking video game consoles, e-readers, laptops, desktop computers and handheld gaming devices is still prohibited based on the 2012 Library of Congress finding that "console jailbreaking is closely tied to video game piracy.
Cole, chair of the Library of Congress Literacy Awards and director of the Center for the Book.
Also, the Library of Congress Literacy Awards Program, which honors organizations that have made outstanding contributions to increasing literacy in the U.
It was developed by the Digital Library Foundation a little over ten years ago, and is currently maintained by the Library of Congress (Library of Congress, 2012, METS Web Site).

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