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- Title page, LeRoy W. Gresham diary, 1865
- Justice, by composer Roger Reynolds, premieres at the Library of...
- Roger and Karen Reynolds, Paris, June 1964
- Diary entry, LeRoy W. Gresham, noting the start of Gen. William ...
- Interview with Alfred Leroy Atherton Jr. (Sadat assassination)
- Maine base ball club, 1898
- Annotated page of Hurston's 1925 experimental musical, Meet the ...
- Clara Barton, diary entry, March 11, 1852, revealing her ...
- Perceptions or Senses: Wounds of the heart (notebook #86, p.10)
- Letter, John Jones Gresham to Mary E. Gresham expressing love ...
- Photograph of the Declaration of Independence, May 16, 1942
- Fancy Dancer
- Letter, Clara Barton to nephew Bernard Vassall, February 13, ...
- Ekstasis (Ballet choreographed by Martha Graham)
- Allegro Barbaro (Ballet choreographed by Martha Graham)
- Letter, Stephen A. Douglas to Alexander H. Stephens expressing ...
- Rahway High School yearbook : select pages
- Grand Entry
- Over There, 1917
- Hymn of the Trisagion / Ragheb Moftah
- Frederick Douglass to James G. Blaine concerning a U.S. naval ...
- May Swenson learns about Italian nicknames from Vincent Viola ...
- Letter, Wilbur Wright to Milton Wright, September 23, 1900
- Pamphlet, First Aid Department, American National Red Cross, ...
- De Ecclesiae Coptae..
- Memo from Alan Lomax to Harold Spivacke, January 20, 1942
- Thomas Jefferson, weather record, October 1, 1776-February 14, ...
- C. W. Reed to mother, October 12, 1862
- Fort Valley State College Folk Festival
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The events of the U.S. Civil Rights Movement are documented through personal stories, oral histories, and photographs collected by the "Voices of Civil Rights" project, and marks the arrival of these materials to the Library.
- Date: 2005-02-24
The Harry A. Blackmun Papers at the Library of Congress (includes video oral history and transcript). The Harry A. Blackmun Papers became available to the public at the Library of Congress on March 4, 2004. The Blackmun Papers may be viewed in the Library's Manuscript Reading Room on the first floor of the James Madison Building, Room LM101. Use of the any Library of ...
- Contributor: Blackmun, Harry A.