April 2003 - Vol. 62, No. 4
Revolutionary America: The Papers of Gen. James Grant
The papers of a British general, found in a Scottish castle, shed light on the American Revolution.
The Library is taking the lead in an effort to preserve the nation's digital content for future generations.
The archives of editorial cartoonist Herbert Block–aka Herblock–have been donated to the Library and are the subject of a new exhibition.
OBITUARY: PRINTMAKER ROBERT BLACKBURN
Robert Blackburn, 82, founder of the Printmaking Workshop in New York and one of America's foremost fine art lithographers, died on April 21.
FIFTY YEARS POST-STALIN
The Library hosted a roundtable discussion of the effect of the death of Soviet leader Joseph Stalin.
MAPPING THE INVASION
A large, three-dimensional rubber relief map of Utah Beach used to map the invasion of Normandy during World War II has been donated to the Library.
A book on the architecture of barns is the first in a new series of visual sourcebooks from the Library.
A NEW CENTER
The Library has established a center for architecture, design and engineering.
Experts addressed digital enterprise content management at the annual FLICC Forum.
HONORING LIBRARIES AND LIBRARIANS
Federal libraries, librarians and library technicians were recognized in this year's FLICC Awards.
The author of a new biography of NAACP leader Walter White discussed his work at the Library.
DOES DIGITAL REFERENCE MATTER?
Joe Janes of the Internet Public Library spoke recently at the Library.
TOUTING TITLE IX
Women's legal advocate Marcia Greenberger delivered the keynote address for Women's History Month.
FRIENDS OF LAW
Judge Patricia Wald accepted the 2003 Wickersham Award from the Friends of the Law Library of Congress.
Commissions for seven new musical pieces have been awarded.