Image: Library of Congress via Internet Archive Impressive carriage and appearance are much needed by those who would succeed in the business world. Undeniably the reader who could appear before another man looking exactly like the illustration would secure his host’s attention instantly. Show More Summary
"Previously, the text had only been published anonymously in a six-part series in a New York City newspaper in 1852. But last summer the novel was rediscovered by a graduate student deep within the Library of Congress. This is the second Whitman novel that the literary scholar Zachary Turpin has unearthed."
Backstage Library Works microfilms ten years of the Palestinian newspaper al-Hadaf, Library of Congress becomes a Digital Public Library of America “content hub partner,” Toledo Lucas County Public Library and Chattanooga Public Library recognized for Passport Acceptance programs; and more News in Brief from the February 1, 2017 issue of Library Journal.
In Custodia Legis, the blog of the Law Library of Congress in Washington, has been running an interview series featuring members of the library staff. The series started in late October 2010.The most recent interview is with TheresaShow More Summary
From the Library of Congress archive comes this orphan image, circa 1953, with no caption or other identifying information. What could this young man who looks like one of Captain Video's ranger cadets be up to? View full size.
In Memorial Hall in the James Madison Building of the Library of Congress, eight quotes of Madison’s are carved into the wall and painted in gold leaf. Like so much of our forebears’ wisdom, his words feel unusually relevant now. “THE...Show More Summary
The Library of Congress Shop is offering an official 8x10 Donald Trump Inauguration Print for only $16.95. Here's how they describe it: Printed in the USA, this print captures the essence of Donald Trump's campaign for the presidency...Show More Summary
President Trump's official inauguration portrait offered by the Library of Congress had a glaring typo on it, social media users pointed out Sunday evening. The print of Trump, which was sold on the Library of Congress website, includes a quote from the president -- but misspells "too" as "to." "No dream is too big, no challenge is to great. Show More Summary
For Valentine’s Day, staff at the Library of Congress share samples from the days when people put pen to paper to express their feelings.
As evidenced by his Twitter account, grammar isn't really Donald Trump's strong suit. And apparently, the inability to write a cohesive sentence is trickling down to the rest of the White House! Over the weekend, an inauguration portrait of the President was removed from the Library of Congress store after Twitter users pointed out a glaring typo! Related: [...]
The Library of Congress removed an official inauguration portrait of President Trump that contained a spelling error Sunday shortly after pe...
The library described the poster as capturing "the essence of Donald Trump's campaign for presidency of the United States." [ more › ]
Not too difficult to catch.
Donald Trump’s official inauguration poster has a glaring typo, but then again it’s perfect for a president who watches TV for his news because he can’t read. The Library of Congress pulled the poster, which read: “No dream is too b… Read The post Trump’s Official Inauguration Poster Contains a Sad Typo appeared first on Towleroad.
On 12 February 2017, social media users began reporting that the Library of Congress’ official store featured a poster commemorating the inauguration of President Donald Trump that included a quote rendered with the common orthographic error of confusing the word “to” with “too”: No dream is too big, no challenge is to great. Nothing we … Continued
The Library of Congress pulled an official portrait celebrating President Trump's inauguration due to a misspelling.
The Library of Congress quickly pulled the poster offline after realizing the Trump quote used "to" instead of "too."
America has no time for continual grammar and spelling errors right now. Despite this fact, the Library of Congress, the world's largest library located in Washington, D.C., recently slipped up after featuring a poster of President Donald Trump in its online store... Show More Summary
President Trump’s official inauguration print, sold by the Library of Congress, had a glaring typo in it until it was removed late Sunday evening....
The fitting depiction of our 45th president was quickly pulled from the store.