The Library’s Free to Use and Reuse sets of copyright-free images from our vast collections of prints and photographs are endlessly entertaining, so why not check out the collection of Games for Fun and Relaxation?
Senior information specialist Rosemary Brawner helps the public understand copyright.
Cary O’Dell at the Library’s National Recording Registry runs our Mystery Photo Contest. His most recent post, a Thanksgiving Edition, included 14 of his last 30 mystery pictures. Here’s his update. Greetings all! Thanks to your hard work over the past month, we solved five of 14 Mystery Photos posted just before Thanksgiving. That’s remarkable, […]
“The Battle of the Century,” a Laurel and Hardy silent film thought to be lost forever, was found a few years ago and today was entered into the Library’s National Film Registry.
Dolly Parton’s documentary about her world-class book giveaway program for young children debuted on Facebook this week, highlighting her Imagination Library’s 25-year history and its ties to the Library. “The Library that Dolly Built” chronicles how Parton, the child of impoverished parents (her father was illiterate) in rural Tennessee, built an international program that has […]
Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden offers her condolences upon the passing of Sen. Paul Sarbanes of Maryland.
Jason Reynolds, the National Ambassador for Children’s Literature, pens his December newsletter.
The Library’s original manuscript copy of George Gershwin’s iconic “Rhapsody in Blue,” with handwritten notations, is now on line.
Jason Reynolds, the National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature, is staging a virtual tour of 13 schools around the country in the first two weeks of December 2020.
Cary O’Dell at the Library’s National Recording Registry runs our Mystery Photo Contest. He recently wrote about readers solving several photos from a September set of pictures. He’s back with another round.