If you love baseball, then you must have "Baseball's Book of Firsts." Or perhaps a Library of Congress baseball. The Library holds an extraordinary collection of early baseball cards, viewable online in "Baseball Cards: 1887-1914."
The "Children's Corner" of the Sales Shop features books ranging from Olivia the pig to puzzles, T-shirts, an assortment of Dr. Seuss puppets, a Pooh tea set and an enchanting ballerina jewelry box.
In the Prints and Images section hundreds of images from the incomparable collections of the Library are offered for sale, framed or unframed, in archival-quality prints. And don't miss the newly available collection of historic paintings of North American landscapes and Plains Indians created by artist Karl Bodmer on his travels through North America in 1832-34.
A. Karl Bodmer, artist. "Reise in des innere Nord America," ca. 1840-43.