This is a guest post by Ted Westervelt, a section head in the Library’s U.S. Arts, Sciences and Humanities Division; Kate Murray,...
This interview with Ryan Reft, a historian in the Manuscript Division, first appeared on the “Teaching with the Library of Congress” blog....
Ben Model accompanies a silent film being screened in the Library’s Packard Campus Theater during the 2015 “Mostly Lost” film identification workshop....
Ensuring the Long-Term Accessibility of Creative Content
My Job at the Library: Helping Researchers Uncover New Narratives in Manuscripts
Inquiring Minds: Bringing the Music Back to Silent Films
Baseball and Hispanic Community: Finding Inspiration in the Collections
Inquiring Minds: Olmsted Holdings Offer Blueprint for Preserving Historical Landscapes
New Online: Papers of Frederick Law Olmsted
A Summer of Mid-1940s Melodies: Processing Master Recordings from the Decca Label
My Job at the Library: Researching African-American Genealogy
Junior Fellow Builds Access to Postwar Poetry Archive
Pic of the Week: Facilitating Access to Hebrew and Yiddish Periodicals
Crap Shoot – At Best