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Boston Libraries

Today we are highlighting pictures taken in Boston, where the American Association of Law Libraries (AALL) is holding its annual conference.  Some of our Law Library of Congress colleagues are attending and presenting at the conference.  As is the nature of peripatetic librarians, Andrew snapped photos of two of Boston’s iconic libraries.

The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum sits on Boston’s waterfront.

The Johnson Building is the newer building of the central library campus of the Boston Public Library.

If you are at the AALL conference today, please say hello to our Law Library staff, or send a tweet to @LawLibCongress or using #AALL12.

One Comment

  1. zahra
    February 25, 2013 at 11:54 pm

    hello!
    could you say to me what activities do you do in your library?I am a new librarian in other country and I want to know many things in other library.
    best regards!

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