March 2005 - Vol. 64, No. 3
A Heavenly Craft
A Library exhibition highlighted late medieval and early Renaissance woodcut illustrations in some of the earliest printed books from its Lessing J. Rosenwald Collection.
PURSUING DEMOCRATIC IDEALISM
Former Brazilian president Fernando Henrique Cardoso discussed current global foreign policy in the annual Henry A. Kissinger Lecture.
ELIMINATING RACIAL DISPARITIES
Rep. Melvin L. Watt, the chairman of the Congressional Black Caucus, outlined the caucus agenda in the Library keynote address for African American History Month.
HEARING EXTRAORDINARY 'VOICES'
A grant from the Mellon Foundation will allow the Library to assess its photo conservation needs.
REACTING TO TERRORIST ATROCITY
The reactions of individuals to the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, in many forms, have been collected and are available online.
PRESENTING AND PRESERVING PICTORIALS
The development of the rotogravure printing process in the early 20th century led newspapers to publish large photos and illustrations for the first time.
DISCUSSING DIGITAL COOPERATION
Partners in the National Digital Information Infrastructure and Preservation Program met at the Library to discuss cooperation and the future of digitized assets.
TRACKING DRAKE'S TRAVELS
The voyages of Sir Francis Drake are the subject of a new presentation on the Library's Global Gateway site.
PROMOTING CATALOGING COMPETENCY
Cataloging practitioners can receive state-of-the-industry training from a new Web site.
REMEMBERING A FORMER LIBRARIAN
An effort to mark the final resting place of an important Librarian of Congress has borne fruit.