On June 14, 1777, America's first Flag Act was approved by the Continental Congress. It contained thirteen stripes (representing the original 13 colonies) and one star for each state. In subsequent flag acts, additional stars were added to represent new states. The Library of Congress Shop carries an assortment of flag themed merchandise to commemorate the national observance of Flag Day.
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Jefferson's Library T-Shirt
Little Women T-shirt
On These Walls
Classic novels: Little Women
Little women is the classic story involving coming of age and discovery.
I Cannot Live Without Books
Thomas Jefferson famously used the line "I cannot live without books..". The philosphy is carried throughout the Library of Congress.
Dress-up any bookshelf with a set of wooden Alphablock Bookends.