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Screen shot of the Bound Congressional Record first page on December 1, 1873 of the Senate section

Bound Congressional Record Now Back to 1873 in

Fairfield CT Old Academy

Historic Fairfield, CT – Pic of the Week

Photo of the title page of The Law of Scania (Copenhagen, 1505). The title page bears a woodcut of a figure who wears a crown and holds a sword and orb, all symbols of kingship. The royal coat of arms of Denmark appears on his shield.

New Acquisitions: SkaĚŠnske lov, the Law of Scania (Copenhagen, 1505)

This is an engraving depicting the assassination of President Garfield

Congressional Reactions to the Assassination of President Garfield in the Bound Congressional Record

A black and white photograph of butter, oil, and margarine product, including Crisco, Spry, Good Luck Margarine, Seneca Corn Oil, Wesson Oil, and Morrell lard.

Ninth Circuit Dismisses Class Action Claims on I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter! Spray

New Acquisition: 1872 House Report of the Committee on Indian Affairs

Flyer announcing upcoming foreign law webinar on "E-Governance and E-Voting in

Join Us on 5/18 for a Foreign and Comparative Law Webinar, “E-Governance and E-Voting in the Baltic States: Leaders of E-Transformation”

Ornate red and ivory wall decoration, with plaque and symbols

Law Library of Congress Legal Reports – Now Available on HeinOnline

A print of a man holding a book with an arrow going from the book to the man's head and down to his heart. The text reads: "For a richer, fuller life, wake up and READ." This print was made for National Library Week in 1961.

National Library Week – Celebrating the Collections and Services of the Library of Congress