Jefferson's Legacy: A Brief History of the Library of Congress

Contents - Preface - Library of Congress - Collections
Buildings - Librarians - Further Reading - Concordance


FURTHER READING


Cole, John Y. "Of Copyright, Men, & a National Library," Quarterly Journal of the Library of Congress 28: (April 1971): 114-36.

Cole, John Y. A Chronological History of the Library of Congress. Washington, Library of Congress, 1979.

Cole, John Y. "Studying the Library of Congress: Resources and Research Opportunities," Libraries and Culture 24 (Summer 1989): 357-66.

Goodrum, Charles A. and Helen W. Dalrymple. The Library of Congress. Boulder, Colo.: Westview Press, 1982.

Goodrum, Charles A. Treasure of the Library of Congress. Revised and expanded edition. N.Y.: H.N. Abrams, 1991.

Hilker, Helen-Anne. Ten First Street, Southeast: Congress Builds a Library, 1886-1897. Washington: Library of Congress, 1980.

Johnston, William Dawson. History of the Library of Congress, 1800-1864. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1904.

Lacy, Dan. "The Library of Congress: A Sesquicentenary Review," Library Quarterly 20 (1950): 157-179; 235-258.

Librarians of Congress, 1802-1974. Washington: Library of Congress, 1977.

McGuire, William. Poetry's Catbird Seat: The Consultantship in Poetry in the English Language at the Library of Congress, 1937-1987. Washington: Library of Congress, 1988.

Mearns, David C. The Story Up To Now, The Library of Congress, 1800-1946. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1947.

Melville, Annette. Special Collections in the Library of Congress: A Selective Guide. Washington: Library of Congress, 1980.

Nelson, Josephus, and Judith Farley. Full Circle: Ninety Years of Service in the Main Reading Room. Washington: Library of Congress, 1991.

Rosenberg, Jane. "Foundation for Service: the 1896 Hearings on the Library of Congress," Journal of Library History 21 (Winter 1986): 107-30.

Wilson, Douglas. "Thomas Jefferson and the Legacy of a National Library," Wilson Library Bulletin (February 1990): 37-41.


Contents - Preface - Library of Congress - Collections
Buildings - Librarians - Further Reading - Concordance


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