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All around the Reading Room – Pic of the Week

I had a lot of fun looking back at pictures of libraries on the blog recently.  Our Pic of the Week series has had a lot of great shots.  There have been over 75 of these posts since we started the series.  We frequently post pictures of the Law Library of Congress Reading Room because we want you to be familiar with it before you make your first visit.  Each picture below is linked to its original post where you can find out more about what we do and where things are.

If the pictures aren’t enough, you can also watch our quick video introduction to the Reading Room.  Come visit us and see it all in person!

Entrance

Beside the Desk

Ready Reference

Shelf with Black's Law

Books off Shelves

Shelves with Internet Law

Pneumatic Tubes behind Desk

Rare book presentation to the ABA.

Rare Books on Display

Microform Reading Room

Behind the Desk

Card Catalog

Card Catalog Discontinued Sign

One Comment

  1. kiyohisa Tanada
    June 2, 2012 at 7:35 am

    It is measures of “the fires” to be the most important in a library.
    Valuable documents will be possessed.
    What kind of method will these measures set up?
    I pay attention most.

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