July/August 2003 - Vol. 62, No. 7/8
The Archive of Folk Culture at 75
The Archive of Folk Culture in the Library of Congress celebrates 75 years of documenting worldwidefolk song and tradition.
TREASURES OF TIMBUKTU
The Library hosted an exhibition of ancient Arabic manuscripts from the kingdom of Mali's great desert libraries at Timbuktu.
FAREWELL TO THE ENTERTAINER
Visitors to the Library's Bob Hope Gallery of American Entertainment remember the comedian following his recent death at age 100.
1970s FOREIGN POLICY
A panel of experts—including former secretaries of state and defense, scholars and journalists—discussed U.S. transatlantic relations during the Nixon era.
Scholar Klaus Larres suggests that U.S.-European relations can and should be improved.
New collections of military newspapers, maps and images are available from the Library's Web site.
ONE LIFE TO LOSE
An account of the capture of America's first spy sheds new light on the career of Nathan Hale.
ON THE ROAD TO MOROCCO
Artist Camille Billops discussed her career and her work with printmaker Robert Blackburn.
FREEDOM AND SECURITY AFTER 9/11
The Law Library sponsored the first in a series of debates on important legal issues.
A REMARKABLE LIFE JOURNEY
Scholar and philanthropist Vartan Gregorian discussed his memoirs at the Library.