The Library's Science, Technology and Business Division is a rich resource for scientific research. Tools like its Tracer Bullet series offer guides to help you locate information on specific subjects, like astronomy. Offered are brief introductions to the topics, lists of resources and strategies for finding more information.
The division also offers subject-specific guides that not only provide links to corresponding Science Tracer Bullets but also Internet resources, specific bibliographies and Science Reference Guides, which are intended to help researchers navigate the Library's catalogs and introduce basic reference sources. You'll find lots of weather-related guides, such as weather and climate data, hurricanes and Earth Day.
American Memory provides online access to the Library' s vast collections in a variety of formats like written and spoken words, sound recordings, still and moving images, prints, maps and sheet music that document the American experience. These materials, which also include collections from other institutions, chronicle historical events, people, places and ideas that continue to shape America, serving the public as a resource for education and lifelong learning.
A. An Old Sea Dog. 1905. Prints and Photographs Division. Reproduction Information: Reproduction No.: LC-D4-18853 (b&w glass neg.); Call No.: LC-D4-18853 <P&P>[P&P]
B. Canis Major, Lepus, Columba Noachi and Cela Sculptoris. 1825. Prints and Photographs Division. SUMMARY: Astronomical chart showing a dog, a rabbit, Noah's dove and sculpting tools forming the constellations. Reproduction Information: Reproduction No.: LC-USZC4-10075 (color film copy transparency); Call No.: Illus. in QB45 .A83 (Case X) [P&P]