|| Audio-Visual Clips||
|| The Packard Campus ||
Located at the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Culpeper, Virginia, the Library's newly completed Packard Campus of the National Audio-Visual Conservation Center provides underground storage for this entire collection on 90 miles of shelving, together with extensive modern facilities for the acquisition, cataloging and preservation of all audio-visual formats.
The Packard Campus was created through a unique partnership between the Packard Humanities Institute, the United States Congress, the Library of Congress, and the Architect of the Capitol.
|| Film, Television and Video Collections ||
The Library is home to more than 1.1 million film, television, and video items. With a collection ranging from motion pictures made in the 1890s to today's TV programs, the Library's holdings are an unparalled record of American and international creativity in moving images.
|| Audio Collections ||
The Library of Congress holds the nation's largest public collection of sound recordings containing music, spoken word and radio broadcasts, nearly 3.5 million recordings in all. Over 110 years of sound recordings history is represented in nearly every audio format, from cylinders to CDs, covering a wide range of subjects and genres in considerable depth and breadth.
Recorded Sound Reading Room
|| National Registries ||
Have a favorite movie or sound recording? Recommend it for the National Film or National Recording Registry. To be eligible, the film or sound recording must be American produced, at least 10 years old and of "cultural, historical, or aesthetic significance."
Learn more by visiting the registry Web sites: