COVID has changed everything, including how people learn. Today we may use computers and the Internet, but correspondence courses as a way to learn have a long tradition in America.
Photos of African American newspaper boys led Junior Fellow Sophia Southard to research the history of African American newspapers.
July is National Ice Cream Month and for those interested in studying the history and the industry, the Library of Congress has resources that can help.
2020 Junior Fellow Bailey Ward continues her journey learning about the Library of Congress collections as she starts her project on trade beads.
The digitized papers from the American Federation of Labor contain a telegraph sent by president Samuel Gompers to E.L. Doyle in response to Doyle’s telegraphs reporting on the Ludlow Massacre.
If you are working from home, these images may help you present a more professional background when you are videoconferencing.
The Library’s Junior Fellows recently started their Summer 2020 tenure – in an unexpected way.
In the soft drink industry May 8, 1886 is a big date – it is the day the first Coca-Cola was served.
World War II brought rationing for everyone and for almost everything, find a few resources for your research project.
John Dunlap, a Philadelphia printer at the time of the American Revolution, may be known for printing the Declaration of Independence, but he also printed currency for his new country.