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Pics of the Week: Celebrating Women’s History

Posted by: Erin Allen

The Library of Congress is an incomparable resource for research into women’s history and studies, which is especially appropriate in March, Women’s History Month. This year’s theme is “Celebrating Women of Character, Courage and Commitment.” Spanning all time periods, classes, races and occupations, the Library’s women’s history resources are among the finest and most comprehensive …

Image of an ornate clock showing 2:05 with sculpted male figures sitting on each side of the clock face

Pic of the Week: Put a Stamp On It

Posted by: Erin Allen

Distinguished architectural photographer Carol M. Highsmith began donating her work to the Prints and Photographs Division¬†at the Library of Congress in 1992. She has photographed¬†landmark buildings and architecture in Washington, D.C. — including the Library of Congress and many monuments — and throughout the United States.¬†Starting in 2002, Highsmith provided scans or photographs she shot …