The Library of Congress blogosphere helped beat the heat in June with a variety of engaging posts. Here are a sampling:
In the Muse: Performing Arts Blog
Music Division intern Rachael Sanguinetti talks about her appreciation of the composer’s works.
Inside Adams: Science, Technology and Business
Read about the cars various U.S. presidents cruised in.
In Custodia Legis: Law Librarians of Congress
The historic cemetery was founded June 15, 1864.
The Signal: Digital Preservation
The Library is currently working on a project to preserve performing arts websites.
Teaching with the Library of Congress
Teacher-in-Residence Rebecca Newland examines the relationship between the novel and legislation.
Picture This: Library of Congress Prints and Photos
How close is to close when documenting an erupting volcano?
From the Catbird Seat: Poetry and Literature at the Library of Congress
The Library welcomes new Poet Laureate Charles Wright.
June is National Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Awareness Month
Now See Hear!
Mike Mashon remembers the actress noted for her role as Alice, the Brady Bunch housekeeper.
NLS Music Notes
Katie Rodda takes a look at the history of braille music.
Today the Library of Congress launched its own Pinterest account, continuing efforts to make educational, historical and cultural resources available to web users across many platforms. With Pinterest, the Library can share visual content with a wide audience, allowing them to also curate their own collections featuring the same content by creating and managing “boards” […]
Inside Adams: Science, Technology and Business Oh, Oology! Caliology and oology are the study of bird nests and eggs, respectively. In the Muse: Performing Arts Blog Best Buddies, or Just Goethe Friends? Tchaikovsky and Brahms share a birthday, among other things. In Custodia Legis: Law Librarians of Congress I Could Not Accept Your Challenge to […]
The Library of Congress welcomed the new year with a variety of blog posts. Following are a sampling of stories. In the Muse: Performing Arts Blog Beautiful Dreamer: Remembering Stephen Foster Cait Miller commemorates the 150th anniversary of the composer’s death. In Custodia Legis: Law Librarians of Congress I’ll be damned if I don’t do […]
The Library of Congress blogosphere was a cornucopia of posts on special holidays and more. Here is just a taste. In the Muse: Performing Arts Blog #Britten100: Benjamin Britten & Peter Pears at the Library November 22 marked the hundredth birthday of British composer Benjamin Britten. Inside Adams: Science, Technology & Business Civil War Thanksgiving […]
The Library’s blogosphere kept things cool in the July heat with a variety of posts representing the wealth and breadth of the institution’s collections and initiatives. Here are just a few selections. In the Muse: Performing Arts Blog Ben-Hur and Music to Race Chariots By Robin Rausch talks about musical adaptations of Lew Wallace’s well-known […]
While school may be out for summer, Library of Congress blogs continue to educate and inform readers on interesting and valuable subjects. Following are a few selections from the month of June. In the Muse: Performing Arts Blog Gelukkige verjaardag! Eugène Ysaÿe at 155 Remembering the great Belgian violinist Inside Adams: Science, Technology & Business […]
The Library of Congress blogosphere was blooming with great posts. Here are a selection. In the Muse: Performing Arts Blog To Richard Wagner on His 200th Birthday: A Textilian Tale Retold Letters reveal insight into the composer’s private life. Inside Adams: Science, Technology & Business The Aeronauts Jennifer Harbster writes about Civil War aeronautics. In […]
The Library of Congress blogosphere published lots of great content in April. Following is just a highlight. In the Muse: Performing Arts Blog An “Appalachian Spring” Collaboration Students from the Baltimore School for the Arts talk about working with the Music Division collections. Inside Adams: Science, Technology & Business The Great Sheet Cake Mystery Jennifer […]
While March may have “gone out like a lamb,” the Library’s blogosphere offered a wealth of great posts. Here’s just a sampling. In the Muse: Performing Arts Blog Lincoln and the Blair House Binder’s Volumes Sharon McKinley talks about musical scores belonged to the Blair family, a prominent family during the Civil War. Inside Adams: […]