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Pic of the Week: Interns from the Days of Yore

 This month we have been featuring pictures and stories about our current interns.  I thought it would be fun to change it up and take a look back at the Library’s interns from yesteryear.

Special Recruit Program, Library of Congress, 1962

With that said, our Pic of the Week features the Library’s 1965 intern class.  These interns were outstanding library school graduates selected for the Library of Congress Special Recruit program.  They completed rotational assignments in six departments and the Office of the Librarian.  The heads of our Reference Sections Constance Carter (science) and Carolyn Larson (business) were chosen for this program. Several other interns in the picture also became full-time Library employees.

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