About Our Blogs: Personal Voices from the Library of Congress
The Library of Congress does its best to share its digital collections, but we can’t digitize our amazing staff, many of whom have spent decades exploring and thinking about our collections. These blogs allow Library experts to unlock and interpret the Library’s collections, services and programs; to express their thoughts and share their expertise; and to bring you compelling stories, fascinating facts, and opportunities to explore. They are written by individual Library staff members and occasional guest authors. The text of blogs by staff members is free to use or reuse; some images may be restricted. You may link or reprint any blog—please include a credit to the author and the Library of Congress.
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