Philippa Gregory, the internatiionally bestselling author of historical fiction, will appear at the 2019 National Book Festival.
Vaughn de Leath, a singer in the early 20th century known as “Radio Girl” for her pioneering role on the airwaves, also wrote hundreds of songs and a several stage revues.
Author Monica Hesse answers questions about her bestselling books, including “American Fire” and “Girl in the Blue Coat.”
By the People, the Library’s crowdsourcing transcription project, is calling on volunteers to complete 1,000 pages from the “Suffrage: Women Fight for the Vote” campaign before Monday, August 19th.
The Library’s Free to Use and Reuse sets of copyright-free photographs feature a collection from hotels, motels and inns.
This is a guest post by Guy Lamolinara of the Library’s Center for the Book. The loss of the incomparable writer Toni Morrison leaves a gaping hole in the literary landscape. Fortunately for us, before she died on Monday, she filled the world with prose that touched millions of readers worldwide. Through her novels, children’s […]
The letters, diaries, speeches and other personal papers of President James A. Garfield are now online at the Library of Congress.
Former Little League World Series star Mo’Ne Davis meets with local DC Force team in the Baseball Americana exhibit. Photo: Shawn Miller.
Nancy Pelosi, Speaker of the U.S. House of Representataives, writes about the long struggle for women’s suffrage in an essay from the Library of Congress Magazine.
The Library’s Gandhara Scroll, one of the world’s oldest Buddhist manuscripts, has been painstakingly preserved and digitized, making it available to readers online after years of delicate work.