September 2001 - Vol. 60, No. 9
The Floating World of Ukiyo-e
A new exhibition of masterpieces from the Library's extensive collection of Japanese art and literature has opened.
The Library has embarked on a new educational program with the Juilliard String Quartet.
FIND IT ONLINE
A new Web-based search system for copyright records is now available.
THANKS FOR THE MEMORY
The American Library Fellows Program just finished its fifth and final year.
NEW ON THE WEBSITE
Civil War treasures from the New-York Historical Society are now online.
Canadian National Librarian Roch Carrier spoke at a Library dinner Aug. 15.
DIGITAL TALKING BOOK
The National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped examines its digital future.
The Library celebrated the 50th anniversary of a special Geography and Map internship program.
A COLLECTION UNFOLDS
Staffer Charley Peterson has donated 16,000 road maps to the Library.
The Library has acquired the collection of the late composer and musical scholar Herman Berlinski.
CARICATURE AND CARTOON
Swann fellows are announced for 2001-2002.
Library preservationists worked to prepare pieces for "The Floating World" exhibition.
HEARING AMERICA SING
The 2001-2002 concert season at the Library includes new works, old classics, webcasts and more.
LAW LIBRARY NEWS
The Law Library is working with the Inter-American Development Bank.
AALL 2001 REPORT
A report from the AALL 2001 conference.
New bibliographies on flight are now available.