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Every year, the Library of Congress selects 25 recordings that are "culturally, historically or aesthetically important"
From 'Iron Man' to 'When Harry Met Sally,' These Are the 25 New Additions to the National Film Registry
Every year, the Library of Congress selects 25 films of “cultural, historic or aesthetic importance”
Her work explores "what it looks like to have America in the room"
The Library of Congress has acquired the prolific radio producer's full body of work
The Library of Congress invited the musician, a classically trained flutist, to play the instrument at her concert this week
The world’s largest book repository has expanded far beyond its original scope to include sound recordings and digitized collections
Almon F. Rockwell's newly resurfaced journals, excerpted exclusively here, offer an incisive account of the assassinated presidents' final moments
Genealogists, historians and researchers can now peruse more than 3.5 million documents from the Reconstruction-era agency
A look at the president's words and actions during his term shows his true sentiments on slavery and racial equality
Canonical books, songs and films became free to use in 2021
Library of Congress' Presidential Papers, From Washington's Geometry Notes to Wilson's Love Letters, Are Now Online
Four newly added collections mark the conclusion of a two-decade digitization project
The campaign is part of a broader crowdsourcing effort aimed at making archival materials more accessible to the public
Often portrayed as an abolitionist, Hamilton may have enslaved people in his own household
The missives, preserved by the Library of Congress, include notes to and from the beloved president
The strong, youthful visage of the famed underground railroad conductor is the subject of the Portrait Gallery’s podcast “Portraits”
Harjo, a member of the Muskogee Creek Nation, says the appointment "honors the place of Native people in this country, the place of Native people’s poetry"
Narrated by Smithsonian Distinguished Scholar Richard Kurin, the 24-part video series blends history with modern mainstays
Tour world-class museums, read historic cookbooks, browse interactive maps and more
The African American photographer was a founding member of the Kamoinge Workshop, an art collective launched during the 1960s
The recently announced U.S. Poet Laureate melds words and music to resist the myth of Native invisibility
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