March 2000 - Vol. 59, No. 3
The Wizard of Oz: An American Fairy Tale
A new exhibition, "The Wizard of Oz: An American Fairy Tale," opens April 21 and celebrates the 100th anniversary of one of the best-known copyrights ever issued.
MARK YOUR CALENDARS
A wealth of events and initiatives mark the Library's Bicentennial year. Join us for our birthday celebration on April 24!
King Juan Carlos and Queen Sofia of Spain visited the Library Feb. 24.
Congress has authorized a second year of the Library's Russian Leadership Program.
The Library has grown in fits and starts. Here are 15 turning points from the past 200 years.
The U.S. Surgeon General delivered the keynote address for the Library's observation of African American History month.
BLACK IN NAZI GERMANY
Author Hans Massaquoi discussed his book, Destined to Witness, about his life as an African American in Nazy Germany.
A look at first-person accounts by women in the Library's general collections.
Ana Maria Salazar delivered the keynote Women's History Month address at the Library.
THE BERNSTEIN LETTERS
A new online collection of 85 photographs, 1,100 letters and more than 200 musical scores and scripts detail the life and career of Leonard Bernstein.
Ten composers have been awarded commissions from the Serge Koussevitzky Music foundations.
THE LAW OF ALL THE RUSSIANS
The Library has an extensive collection of Russian law books printed between 1715 and 1801.
Federal libraries, librarians and technicians honored.