April 1999 - Vol. 58, No. 4
The Alexander Graham Bell Papers
The National Digital Library Program has unveiled its first installment of the online papers of American inventors Alexander Graham Bell and Samuel F.B. Morse.
BRINGING IT HOME
The Library has invited all Americans to participate in its 200th anniversary through the unique Local Legacies project.
LARGE CONTRIBUTION FROM A SMALL NATION
Luxembourg's ambassador to the United States has presented the Library with 100 books from her country.
REFLECTIONS ON THE SESQUICENTENNIAL
As the Library looks ahead to its Bicentennial year in 2000, we recall the special events and exhibitions held during our 150th anniversary in 1950.
WNBA superstar Nikki McCray of the Washington Mystics delivered the keynote address for the Library's Women's History Month.
STRUGGLING FOR RECOGNITION
Founders of the Vietnam Women's Memorial described their fight to honor female veterans of the conflict.
AN ADVOCATE OF HUMANITARIANISM
Sadako Ogata, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, delivered the annual Mansfield Pacific American lecture at the Library March 10.
The story of a college student who cannot move or speak has been recorded on audiotape by the NLS.
The Library hosted the spring Federal Librarians Round Table (FLRT) March 15.
'VOTES FOR WOMEN!'
The Library's extensive collection of scrapbooks detailing the women's suffrage movement in the U.S. was the subject of a Library "Treasure-Talk" March 17.