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By Acanthus Press
Frances Benjamin Johnston, a pioneer woman photographer of presidents, celebrity authors, and tastemakers, was also a leader in the movement to green America, a newly-discovered archive of Johnston's garden slides reveals.
The critically acclaimed collection "Cleared Hot! An Exclusive and Personal Photographic Journey into the U.S. Air Force" opens today at the The College of Central Florida Webber Center Gallery.
By Mastercraft Floor Covering
Mastercraft Floor Covering Inc, one of the nation’s leading carpet installation and problem-solving experts, announced today that it completed the installation of 1072 yards of Axminster carpet at the Library of Congress.
By HaMaKuA Publishing
Tom Swope, the most prolific independent interviewer at the Library of Congress Veterans History Project, has published the Second Edition of LEGACIES: Stories from the Second World War -- available through CreateSpace.com & HamakuaPublishing.net.
By Sphulling Studios
In the age of smart devices connected through web, ‘Questrons’ cyber port to the virtual world on the Quest of knowledge. This latest juvenile sci-fi comic by Sphulling presents the Questrons and brings the focus back on Science and Technology.
By Richard Zampella
MODA Entertainment is proud to announce that The Library of Congress has taken steps to ensure the survival of Dexter Gordon’s musical heritage by acquiring more than a thousand items from his career spanning more than five decades.
By Q-Sensei Corp.
- 11.5 Million Records on Books Added to Broad Assortment of Scholarly Articles -
By Nicholas Price Enterprises/www.NAPrice.com
Nicholas Price, a photographer from southern England,photographed U.S. Air Force men and women in an attempt to capture the integrity and diversity of American service members.
By Mel Wacks, Director, Jewish-American Hall of Fame
Mel Wacks who was head of the committee that coordinated the official medal commemorating 350 Years of Jewish Life in America in 2004 has presented the original dies to Peggy Pearlstein, Ph.D., Head of the Hebraic Section of the Library of Congress.