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Treasures of the Library of Congress

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Photographs and text comprise an expert tour of the holdings of the Library of Congress.
Hardcover, 318 pages
Published October 1st 1980 by H. N. Abrams (first published March 1974)
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Yes, I read a book called _Treasures of the Library of Congress_ cover to cover. Are you really that surprised?

This is a pretty neat collection. The main gist of the book is that the library owns way more than books, and it wants to show them off while also giving insight into how the library organizes knowledge, records history, and makes things available for the public. And while you're learning about the library's maps, movie reels, old bibles, art prints, Stradivarius violins, personal lette
It's in Washington, US. It was built in 1800. Owns 30mil of books from 470 languages around the world in its catalog. About 3624 librians lead by H. Bilington. Library of Congress was in film National Treasure 2.
Anne Marshall
Beautiful selections with interesting stories
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Of Springfield, Virginia, passed away on Friday, September 21, 2012 at his residence. Beloved husband of Donna Belle Goodrum; devoted father of Christopher Kent Goodrum of California, Julia Belle (Peter) Freitag of Wake Forest, NC and Geoffrey Paul Goodrum of Alexandria, VA; loving grandfather of Gregory, Rachel and Tristan Freitag.
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