The Science, Technology & Business Division accepted volumes of Linen Supply News, Textile Rental, and Industrial Launderer, trade journals of TRSA. Stretching from the 1920s to the 1980s, these publications covered a broad range of industry issues including pay and benefits, sales, legislation, and technology.
During the holiday season there are many diverse traditions. One food that is traditional in many Latine households is tamales, prepared at a tamalada, or tamale making party. Tamales are a Mesoamerican dish made with nixtimalized cornmeal dough—masa—steamed in a cornmeal husk, or banana leaf, and seasoned with cheese, beans, meats, and other flavors.
Brian Jimenez, a Library of Congress Fall 2022 intern, answers five questions about his internship developing Indigenous Food and Foodways collections with the Science, Technology and Business Division .
On Tuesday, December 6, 2022, at 10:30a.m. EST, on Zoom, the Library of Congress will host a Library Health Services Division sponsored, virtual panel discussion on advancements in cancer prevention, detection, and treatment. The event will bring together White House Cancer Moonshot Initiative representative, Dr. Danielle Carnival, and leading scientists, Dr. G.P. Yeh, Dr. Hans-Georg Rammensee and Dr. Louis Weiner.
According to the National Christmas Tree Association, about 25-30 million real Christmas trees sold in the U.S. every year with 350 million real Christmas trees currently growing on Christmas tree farms in the U.S.