This edition of “Free to Use and Reuse” showcases some of the Library’s copyright-free holdings of maps of cities.
It’s peak cherry blossom season and the gorgeous trees are highlighted this month in the Library’s Free to Use and Reuse sets of copyright-free photographs, prints and illustrations.
The Library of Congress features movie houses, grand and small, in this month’s set of Free to Use and Reuse photographs and prints.
Exploration into the unknown — when much of the world’s surface was not accurately mapped — is the theme of this month’s edition of the Library’s Free to Use and Reuse sets of copyright-free material.
The Library of Congress’s Free to Use and Reuse set of copyright-free photographs and prints features eyeglasses this month.
It’s time once again to dip into our Free to Use and Reuse sets of pictures, culled from the Library’s millions of copyright-free photographs, prints, maps and so on. This month, we’re featuring things that relate to ever-popular genealogy searches, as people look to uncover the secrets of their past by identifying their ancestors and the […]
The Library offers Free to Use and Reuse sets of historic photographs; this month, we feature cars.
The dazzling poster for the 2019 National Book Festival is by Marian Bantjes.
The Library’s “Free to Use and Reuse” sets features copyright-free prints and photographs for public use.
A rare, 1863 edition of “Red Riding Hood,” cut in the shape of the star attraction, from Library’s Young Reader Center, marking Children’s Book Week.