Library of Congress


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Li′brary of Con′gress


n.
the national library of the U.S. in Washington, D.C.
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The prestigious Library of Congress Prize for American Fiction annually honors an American literary writer whose body of work is distinguished not only for its mastery of the art but also for its originality of thought and imagination.
For the past six years, the Library of Congress has been collecting every single tweet that's been published on Twitter.
NASA has reported research scientist Kelsey Young will present a free talk called "The Future of Planetary Surface Exploration" in the Pickford Theater of the Library of Congress, Washington, DC.
This guide explains the Library of Congress Classification system.
Considering the combined current total of nearly 70 sets from DPLA and the Library of Congress, we have an exciting and expanding wealth of complementary materials a click away.
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.
Also, the Library of Congress Literacy Awards Program, which honors organizations that have made outstanding contributions to increasing literacy in the U.
Continue reading "Billy Joel Honored With Library of Congress George Gershwin Prize" at.
Since the METS standard is maintained in the Network Development and MARC Standards Office of the Library of Congress, the Library of Congress METS web site is an invaluable resource for digital libraries and collections with digital objects.
The story of the Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach sources at the Library of Congress consists of several different threads, each spun out of the interests and motivations of musicians and collectors over nearly three hundred years.
In conjunction with the exhibition, a series of lectures at the Library of Congress are planned from April through September.
This monograph consists of a collection of articles on the history of the Library of Congress and the Center for the Book, in honour of John Y.

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