Fabriano: City of Medieval and Renaissance Papermaking
This lustrous book, printed on Fabriano paper, explores how the Arab art of papermaking by hand came to the Italian peninsula in the thirteenth century and why Fabriano was so well-positioned to develop as the heart of this artisan craft.
Facing Change: Documenting America
This astounding collection of images by award-winning photographers tells the story of today’s America—and provides an enduring legacy that will inform the way we address our future.
Mapping the West with Lewis and Clark
This new book draws from the collection of period maps in the Library’s Geography & Map Division and other repositories to examine the critical role that maps played in President Thomas Jefferson’s vision of a formidable republic that would no longer be eclipsed by European empires.
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Celebrating Books 2017
March 7, 2017 at Noon
Books and Beyond, "Fabriano: City of Medieval and Renaissance Papermaking" - Sylvia Albro discusses and signs her new book that explores Fabriano's papermaking history from the medieval period to the present.
May 9, 2017 at Noon
Cathy Kerst of the American Folklife Center will present “Sidney Robertson Cowell and the WPA California Folk Music Project, 1938-40,” also the subject of an upcoming Library of Congress publication.