- A Century of Creativity: The MacDowell Colony 1907–2007
- Shakespeare in America
Reflecting America’s long interest in Shakespeare, this exhibitions highlights the wealth of Shakespeare-related material in the Library’s collections.
- Enduring Outrage: Editorial Cartoons by HERBLOCK
This exhibition features original work by the Pulitzer Prize winning political cartoonist Herb Block and draws from the generous gift donated to the Library of Congress by the Herb Block Foundation in 2002.
- Benjamin Franklin: In His Own Words
This exhibition, marking the tercentenary of Franklin’s birth, concentrates on his achievements as a printer and writer, an inventor and scientist, and, particularly, as a politician and statesman.
- “I Do Solemnly Swear...”
Inaugural Materials from the Collections of the Library of Congress
- The Dream of Flight
A Library of Congress Special Presentation Commemorating the Centennial of Flight
- From the Home Front and the Front Lines
A Special Presentation of Original Materials and Oral Histories From the Veteran’s History Project
- Revising Himself: Walt Whitman and Leaves of Grass
Celebrating the 150th anniversary of Leaves of Grass.
Learn More About the Library’s Collections
You can continue to enjoy the richness of the Library’s collections by going to these suggested links that will be of special interest to kids and families!
- Science and Invention
- Civics and Government
- Labor in America
- Her Story
- Branding of America
- Geography and Maps
- Women Pioneers
- Inventing Entertainment
- Alexander Graham Bell Family Papers
- America’s First Look into the Camera
- “Votes for Women”
- History of the America West