Library of Congress Crime Classics Series
The Library of Congress Crime Classics series features some of the finest American crime writing from the 1860s to the 1960s. Check out the latest titles in the series here.
Living Nations, Living Words: An Anthology of First Peoples Poetry
Joy Harjo, the first Native poet to serve as U.S. Poet Laureate, has championed the voices of Native peoples past and present. Her signature laureate project gathers the work of contemporary native poets into a national, fully digital map of story, sound, and space, celebrating their vital and unequivocal contributions to American poetry. This companion anthology features each poem and poet from the project to offer readers a chance to hold the wealth of poems in their hands.
Russell Lee: A Photographer's Life and Legacy
Russell Lee, a contemporary of Walker Evans and Dorothea Lange, now emerges from the shadows as one of the most influential documentary photographers in American history. With more than 100 images woven throughout, Russell Lee speaks not only to the complexity of a pioneering documentary photographer’s work, but to a seminal American moment captured viscerally like never before.
Cherry Blossoms: Sakura Collections from the Library of Congress
This keepsake volume highlights the rich connections between Japan’s centuries-old traditions and contemporary American counterparts. It showcases artifacts from Library collections, including color woodblock prints, historic photos, National Cherry Blossom Festival posters, and unique watercolors.
Collecting for a New World: Treasures of the Early Americas
A collision of cultures comes to life in the manuscripts, maps, archaeological objects, and rare books that make up the collection of early American treasures in the Library of Congress.
Rosa Parks: In Her Own Words
This compelling book illumines civil rights icon Rosa Parks’s inner thoughts and ongoing struggles—all through her private manuscripts and handwritten notes, now held by the Library of Congress.
Shall Not Be Denied: Women Fight for the Vote
The official companion volume to the major Library of Congress exhibition tells the story of the radical and transformative campaign for woman suffrage that spanned more than seven decades.
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