A series of noontime gallery talks were given by Library curators in the exhibition from mid April through June 2011.
To schedule school or group tours call (202) 707-9203.
You can explore the entire Liljenquist Family Collection on the Prints and Photographs online catalog at http://www.loc.gov/pictures/collection/lilj.
The collection is also a part of Flickr at the Library of Congress set titled “Civil War Faces” (external link).
Public comment is sought on both sites in order to gather additional information about the photographs and as a forum for discussion.
All Gallery Talks for The Last Full Measure exhibition (unless otherwise noted) occurred at noon on Wednesdays in the South Gallery, Second Floor, Thomas Jefferson Building
April 20, 2011
Collector Tom Liljenquist discussed the photographs his family donated to the Library of Congress
April 27, 2011
Carol Johnson (Prints and Photographs Division) gave a tour of The Last Full Measure exhibition
May 4, 2011
Helena Zinkham (Prints and Photographs Division) discussed newly identified soldiers—the research stories from Flickr and Civil War specialists
May 11, 2011
Adam Goodheart discussed and signed his new book 1861: The Civil War Awakening (Alfred A. Knopf, 2011). Pickford Theater, Madison Building. A Books & Beyond program.
May 18, 2011
Christopher Murphy (African Middle Eastern Division) discussed the weapons used in the Civil War
May 25, 2011
Margaret E. Wagner (Publishing Office),discussed the publication of the new Civil War timeline published by the Library of Congress and Little Brown and Company
June 1, 2011
Christy Chason (VHP) and Jamie Stevenson (VHP) presented "Some gave all, Some lived to tell"
June 8, 2011
Dana Hemmenway (Conservation Division) discussed the conservation and mounting of the photographs in the exhibition
June 15, 2011
Michelle Krowl (Manuscript Division) discussed the life of the “everyday” soldier in the Civil War