Here’s hoping that the road to your holiday celebrations is clear, beautiful, and peaceful.
During the winter holidays, explore the treasures for children in the online Classic Books section of Read.gov.
The Library of Congress is pleased to announce details about its summer institutes for K-12 educators.
On December 16, Acting Librarian of Congress David Mao announced the addition of 25 films to the National Film Registry, showcasing the richness and diversity of American film heritage to increase awareness for its preservation. The films selected for the Registry are deemed to be culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant.
January highlights include the discovery of gold in California and the life of Dizzy Gillespie.
Using the Library’s Primary Source Analysis Tool and a set of primary sources, teachers can introduce students to Hollerith’s electric tabulating machine.
Why is something funny? Comedy stories can often be a reflection of an aspect of society. These simple narratives often present us with a funny scenario while social commentary lies underneath.
Join us for a webinar Thursday, December 10th at 4pm, EST to learn time-saving tips to navigate the Library of Congress website.
Items from the Working in Paterson Folklife Project of the Library’s American Folklife Center from the mid-1990s to early 2000s provide a glimpse into the manufacturing process that inspired Babbage.
I am the head of the Poetry and Literature Center at the Library. The Center is home to the U.S. Poet Laureate, the only federally-funded position for a literary artist in the country and the most visible position for a poet by far.