The Library spent a year after the 9/11 attacks capturing photos, eyewitness accounts and personal expressions of grief. See the historical collection online at https://bit.ly/1mIZ16k or see the link on our homepage at loc.gov (link in profile). #September11 #collections
(Flight Attendant, photo by David Taylor, September 2001. September 11, 2001 Documentary Project/American Folklife Center)
That’s a wrap, folks! We hope you had a fun-filled day of books and reading, and hope you join us Aug. 31, 2019 for the next #NatBookFest
! A huge thank you to our staff, volunteers, donors, partners, authors, visitors, and book lovers everywhere for making this event possible! 📚👏
Thank you to all our amazing visitors packing the Main Stage auditorium to capacity all day! #natbookfest
Welcome to the 2018 #NatBookFest
! Who are you excited to see today?
Limitless possibilities in a library for you: Read a new blog post from Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden at bit.ly/2LfftYH
We’re only a few weekends away from the 18th National Book Festival! Will you be joining us? Download the full poster by illustrator Gaby D’Alessandro, see the full lineup of authors, and plan your visit at loc.gov/bookfest! (Link in bio) #NatBookFest #WashingtonDC #visitDC #read
Congratulations to our Junior Fellows 2018 class on a job well done! The fellows showed off their projects to visitors today during the annual display day, showcasing weeks of work from divisions across the Library. Learn more about the Junior Fellows Program on our website at www.loc.gov. #libraryofcongress #juniorfellows #collections
Play ball! It was a beautiful morning to host a vintage baseball clinic on the north lawn as part of our Baseball Americana family day! Our exhibit is now open, so stop by if you’re in town for the #AllStarGame
, or anytime until it closes next summer.
#baseballamericana #baseball #libraryofcongress