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December

December 30, 2005 (05-264)
James Gilbert to Discuss Masculinity in the 1950s on Jan. 19
December 23, 2005 (05-260)
Public Events at the Library of Congress
December 20, 2005 (05-262)
Librarian of Congress Adds 25 Films to National Film Registry
December 20, 2005 (05-259)
Steve Suitts to Discuss His Book "Hugo Black of Alabama" on Jan. 12
December 19, 2005 (05-Holiday)
Holiday Hours at the Library of Congress
December 16, 2005 (05-258)
Library of Congress Unveils 2006 Calendars Featuring Images from Vast Collections
December 13, 2005 (05-257)
Islamic Manuscripts Collection Now Available Online
December 13, 2005 (05-256)
Ted Kooser's "American Life in Poetry" Newspaper Column Reaches 1.5 Million Readers
December 13, 2005 (05-254)
Library of Congress Koussevitzky Foundation Announces 2005 Commission Winners
December 13, 2005 (05-253)
Mystery Writer Dana Stabenow to Discuss New Book on Jan. 10
December 2, 2005 (05-252)
Library of Congress Acquires Papers of Al Neuharth, Founder of USA Today and the Newseum

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November

November 28, 2005 (05-249)
Composer Gunther Schuller Honored with Living Legend Award
November 23, 2005 (05-251)
"Bound for Glory" Exhibition Extended to Jan. 21
November 22, 2005 (05-250)
Library of Congress Launches Effort to Create World Digital Library
November 21, 2005 (05-248)
New Library Publication Features the Architecture of American Theaters
November 21, 2005 (05-247)
Architectural Historian and Photographer William Brumfield to Discuss his Book on Russian Architecture on Dec. 1
November 18, 2005 (05-246)
Congressional Information Web Site Receives Upgrade
November 15, 2005 (05-245)
Poet John Haines to Read on Dec. 8
November 9, 2005 (05-244)
Library Exhibit Celebrates Tercentenary of Benjamin Franklin's Birth
November 9, 2005 (05-240)
Librarian of Congress James H. Billington and Baritone Thomas Hampson Celebrate "Creativity Across America" with Concert in Fort Worth
November 7, 2005 (05-243)
Dane Kennedy to Discuss His New Biography of Famed Victorian Richard Burton on Nov. 30 (30 Second Announcement)
November 7, 2005 (05-242)
Dane Kennedy to Discuss His New Biography of Famed Victorian Richard Burton on Nov. 30
November 4, 2005 (05-239)
Librarian of Congress James H. Billington and Baritone Thomas Hampson Celebrate "Creativity Across America" with Concert in Kansas City
November 3, 2005 (05-241)
Eleven-City "Song of America" Tour Featuring Recitals by Thomas Hampson Kicks Off Nov. 12

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October

October 27, 2005 (05-238)
Mary M. Gaylord to Discuss "El Quixote" By Cervantes on Nov. 17
October 25, 2005 (05-237)
Librarian of Congress Receives 2005 Hollywood Film Preservation Award
October 24, 2005 (05-235)
Author George Garrett to Read His Poems on Nov. 10
October 21, 2005 (05-236)
Library of Congress Co-Sponsors Seminar Oct. 27-30 in Illinois on History of Libraries
October 21, 2005 (05-223)
2004-2005 "Letters About Literature" Winners Announced
October 20, 2005 (05-232)
Library of Congress Veterans History Project to Host Four-City Book Tour For Latest Publication, "Forever a Soldier"
October 20, 2005 (05-231)
Ying-shih Yu to Discuss 16th Century China on Nov. 3
October 20, 2005 (05-228)
Sir Harold Evans to Discuss Lives of American Innovators on Nov. 9
October 20, 2005 (05-227)
Walt Whitman Symposium to Be Held Nov. 3
October 19, 2005 (05-234)
Lewis Dabney to Discuss New Biography of Edmund Wilson on Nov. 2
October 19, 2005 (05-233)
Dineh Tah Navajo Dancers to Perform Nov. 16
October 19, 2005 (05-222)
National Congress of American Indians Executive Director to Deliver Native American Heritage Month Keynote
October 18, 2005 (05-230)
Francis Deng Discusses Recent Developments in Sudan on Nov. 2
October 18, 2005 (05-229)
Louisiana Poet Laureate Brenda Marie Osbey to Read at the Library of Congress on Nov. 3
October 18, 2005 (05-225)
Mark Katz to Discuss How Technology Has Changed Music on Nov. 9

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October 18, 2005 (05-224)
Melvyn Leffler to Lecture on Cold War on Nov. 10
October 14, 2005 (05-226)
Library Exhibit Celebrates Tricentennial of Benjamin Franklin's Birth
October 14, 2005 (05-218)
Poets Carter Revard and Edward Weismiller to Read on Oct. 20
October 7, 2005 (05-221)
Eighth Annual Archives Fair to be Held at Library of Congress
October 7, 2005 (05-219)
Author to Discuss Books on Donald Trump and Martha Stewart on Oct. 25
October 6, 2005 (05-220)
Author and BBC Broadcaster to Give Lecture on Oct. 11
October 6, 2005 (05-214)
Edmund Morris to Discuss His New Biography of Beethoven on Oct. 25
October 6, 2005 (05-213)
Library of Congress Uses Its Resources on Behalf of Hurricane Katrina Victims
October 5, 2005 (05-217)
Library of Congress Announces Award of $3 Million to Portico, a Nonprofit Electronic Archiving Service
October 5, 2005 (05-215)
Historian John Hope Franklin to Discuss His New Autobiography on Nov. 1
October 5, 2005 (05-211)
New Biography of Sports Broadcaster Mel Allen to Be Discussed on Oct. 18
October 4, 2005 (05-200)
American Folklife Center Plans January Symposium on Alan Lomax
October 3, 2005 (05-216)
Library Celebrates Work of Jazz Filmographer with Screening of 'Jam Session'
October 3, 2005 (05-210)
National Council on Disability Official to Deliver Disability Employment Awareness Month Keynote
October 3, 2005 (05-190)
Library of Congress Study Finds Majority of U.S. Recordings Not Available to the Public

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September

September 27, 2005 (05-208)
New Library of Congress Book Features Architectural Designs for Washington, D.C.
September 27, 2005 (05-206)
Swann Foundation Accepting Fellowship Applications
September 26, 2005 (05-209)
Date Change for Geoffrey Lloyd Book Talk on "Delusions of Invulnerability"
September 26, 2005 (05-205)
Library of Congress to Host 2004 Américas Award for Children's and Young Adult Literature
September 26, 2005 (05-195)
Library of Congress Wins "Outstanding Website" Award from Web Marketing Association
September 24, 2005 (05-212)
2005 National Book Festival Draws 100,000 Book Lovers to the National Mall
September 23, 2005 (05-199)
Exhibition on "Maps in Our Lives" Opens
September 23, 2005 (05-193)
Library of Congress Presents Toru Takemitsu Tribute
September 21, 2005 (05-203)
Confederate Army Maps Now Online
September 20, 2005 (05-202)
Library of Congress Presents Award-Winning Authors at National Book Festival on Sept. 24
September 19, 2005 (05-201)
Jared Diamond Delivers First Annual Jay I. Kislak Lecture
September 19, 2005 (05-197)
Editor to Discuss "Red Hot Salsa," a New Poetry Anthology, on Sept. 29

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September 14, 2005 (05-A01)
Jefferson Building of Library of Congress Closed Sept. 23
September 14, 2005 (05-198)
Library of Congress to Join First Book to Supply Victims of Hurricane Katrina
September 15, 2005 (05-196)
Robert Kehew to Discuss the Poetic Tradition of Troubadours on Oct. 20
September 14, 2005 (05-191)
Holly Shimizu to Talk on Growing Ornamental Herbs on Sept. 28
September 14, 2005 (05-189)
David A. Taylor to Discuss Georg Jensen Jewelry on Oct. 6
September 13, 2005 (05-188)
Josephine Pacheco to Discuss Her New Book on Oct. 26: "The Pearl: A Failed Slave Escape on the Potomac"
September 12, 2005 (05-194)
Blues Great B.B. King Honored by Library of Congress with Living Legend Award
September 12, 2005 (05-192)
Dianne L. van der Reyden Named Director For Preservation
September 12, 2005 (05-187)
"Forever a Soldier" to Be Published on Veterans Day
September 2, 2005 (05-185)
Dr. Jonathan McDowell to Talk on "Dawn of the Space Age" on Sept. 13
September 2, 2005 (05-168)
Veterans History Project Commemorates the 60th Anniversary of the End of World War II with Dance and Music in November

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August

August 31, 2005 (05-184)
Geoffrey Lloyd To Discuss "Delusions of Invulnerability" on Oct. 5
August 31, 2005 (05-181)
Gloria Kaiser to Discuss Historical Novel on Queen of Portugal on Sept. 19
August 24, 2005 (05-182)
Veterans History Project to Attend Nebraska Elks Fall Conference
August 19, 2005 (05-180)
Historic National Woman's Party Photographs Now Online
August 19, 2005 (05-178)
The Library of Congress Presents a Tribute to the Original Carter Family on Sept. 20
August 19, 2005 (05-176)
Press Invited to Preview Library Exhibition of Early Color Photographs on Sept. 1 and 2
August 19, 2005 (05-167)
Jazz and Soul Film Series to Be Shown this Fall
August 18, 2005 (05-171)
Jared Diamond Gives First Annual Jay I. Kislak Lecture on Sept. 20
August 17, 2005 (05-179)
Library Launches Web Site on Independent Copyright Committee
August 16, 2005 (05-177)
Rick Mikula to Talk on "The Wonderful World of Butterflies" on Aug. 24

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August 12, 2005 (05-173)
Public Events at the Library of Congress
August 11, 2005 (05-172)
Roberta I. Shaffer Appointed Executive Director of FLICC and FEDLINK
August 11, 2005 (05-165)
Concerts From the Library of Congress Celebrates 80th Anniversary
August 10, 2005 (05-175)
Three Poets Open Poetry at Noon Series on Sept. 27
August 10, 2005 (05-164)
Library's Copyright Deposits Yield Treasure Trove of American Creativity
August 9, 2005 (05-170)
Poet Laureate Ted Kooser Opens Literary Season with a Reading on Oct. 13
August 9, 2005 (05-169)
Symposium on Writing and Iconography in Pre-Columbian World to Be Held on Sept. 10
August 9, 2005 (05-158)
Library of Congress Receives $40,000 Grant from Mellon Foundation for Photo Conservation Study
August 8, 2005 (05-166)
George and Ira Gershwin Room Closes on Aug. 13 for Construction
August 5, 2005 (05-162)
The Jersey Devil is the Topic of a Lecture by Stephen Winick on Aug. 23
August 4, 2005 (05-163)
Ruben Barrales, Deputy Assistant to the President, to Deliver Hispanic Heritage Month Keynote Address

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July

July 29, 2005 (05-160)
Ted Kooser To Be Featured in "The Poet and the Poem" Radio Series
July 28, 2005 (05-161)
Veterans History Project to Host Book Talk on Breaking the Color Barrier at the Naval Academy on Aug. 10
July 27, 2005 (05-156)
Exhibition, "The Cultures & History of the Americas," Extended Through Sept. 24
July 26, 2005 (05-155)
Library of Congress Acquires Rare Musical Theater Manuscripts
July 25, 2005 (Revised) (05-147)
Library of Congress Announces Award-Winning Authors To Participate in Fifth Annual National Book Festival
July 20, 2005 (05-157)
Correction To "When Mississippi Ran Backwards" Book Talk
July 20, 2005 (05-154)
Library of Congress and the Ad Council Launch New PSAs To Engage America's Youth in Learning About Our Nation's History
July 19, 2005 (05-153)
Frank Curt Cylke, National Library Service Director, Receives the Newel Perry Award
July 19, 2005 (05-152)
Author To Discuss "When the Mississippi Ran Backwards" on Aug. 4
July 14, 2005 (05-150)
Francis Deng Named Distinguished Visiting Scholar at the John W. Kluge Center
July 14, 2005 (05-149)
Eric Grissell To Talk on Insects and Gardens on July 27
July 12, 2005 (05-148)
A Guide To Portrayals of American Military on Film To Be Discussed on July 25

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June

June 30, 2005 (05-144)
Library of Congress Publishes Biography of Blind Activist Jacobus tenBroek
June 15, 2005 (05-143)
Marie Savard To Talk on Women's Body Shape on July 13
June 14, 2005 (05-141)
Swann Foundation Announces Fellow for 2005-2006
June 14, 2005 (05-138)
The Library of Congress Celebrates "Creativity Across America" Program To Launch with 12-City "Song of America" Concert Tour
June 14, 2005 (05-126)
John B. Carlson Named First Recipient of the Kislak Fellowship in American Studies at the John W. Kluge Center
June 13, 2005 (05-142)
Oldest Jewish Library in the World Is Topic of Lecture To Be Held on June 28
June 7, 2005 (05-140)
David M. Levy Named To Harissios Papamarkou Chair
June 7, 2005 (05-139)
Twelve Literacy Projects Receive Grants from the Center for the Book
June 7, 2005 (05-137)
Steven Raichlen To Lecture On Barbecue History on June 24
June 6, 2005 (05-131)
Library of Congress Television Series Features World-Renowned Classical Musicians
June 3, 2005 (05-136)
Five State Centers for the Book Recognized for Innovative Reading Promotion Projects
June 3, 2005 (05-130)
Veterans History Project To Host Book Talk
June 3, 2005 (05-129)
A. Roger Ekirch To Discuss His Book on History of Nighttime on June 20
June 2, 2005 (05-133)
Los Angeles Talking Book and Braille Library Recognized as Outstanding by Library of Congress

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May

May 31, 2005 (05-113)
"Page by Page" Technology Featured in New Exhibition
May 25, 2005 (05-117)
James M. Goldgeier Named Henry Alfred Kissinger Scholar in Foreign Policy and International Relations
May 24, 2005 (05-122)
Andrew Jampoler To Discuss "Sailors in the Holy Land" on June 2
May 20, 2005 (05-128)
Deputy Librarian of Congress To Deliver Memorial Day Speech
May 20, 2005 (05-123)
Václav Havel To Give Human Rights Address on May 24
May 19, 2005 (05-124)
Dr. Lillian Beard to Discuss Home Remedies Book on June 7
May 17, 2005 (05-127)
Václav Havel To Speak on Human Rights Issues
May 17, 2005 (05-125)
News Conference To Announce Launch of Mobile StoryCorps Booths
May 13, 2005 (05-121)
Section 108 Study Group Convenes to Discuss Exceptions to Copyright Law for Libraries and Archives
May 13, 2005 (05-119)
Exhibition on Color Photographs of America Opens Sept. 8
May 13, 2005 (05-109)
Symposium Marking the 60th Anniversary of the End of World War II To Be Held on May 26

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May 12, 2005 (05-120)
Veterans History Project Highlights More Stories on the Web
May 11, 2005 (05-112)
Judge Robert L. Carter To Discuss His Memoirs on May 25
May 11, 2005 (05-098)
Zig Jackson Is First Contemporary Native American Photographer Represented at the Library of Congress
May 10, 2005 (05-100)
Library of Congress Updates Web Site, Introduces New Material For Children
May 10, 2005 (05-099)
The Library of Congress and National Library of France Launch Joint Web Site on the French in North America
May 6, 2005 (05-118)
Library of Congress and National Science Foundation Announce Research Awards of $3 Million To Advance Digital Preservation
May 6, 2005 (05-115)
Florida Folklorist, Social Activists and Writer Stetson Kennedy To Speak on May 24
May 4, 2005 (05-116)
George Saliba Named Senior Distinguished Scholar at the John W. Kluge Center
May 3, 2005 (05-114)
Discussion of Neuroethics To Be Held on May 10-11
May 3, 2005 (05-101)
FLICC Announces Awards For Federal Librarianship

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April

April 29, 2005 (05-111)
Kelly Cresap To Discuss His Book on Andy Warhol May 17
April 28, 2005 (05-080)
Exhibit Celebrates 150 Years of Walt Whitman's "Leaves of Grass"
April 28, 2005 (05-105)
Zheng He's First Voyage Is Subject of Symposium To Be Held on May 16
April 26, 2005 (05-108)
Library of Congress Announces That May 2005 To Be Proclaimed "District of Columbia Veterans History Project Month" By Mayor Anthony Williams
April 26, 2005 (05-107)
Authors of "The Bonus Army: An American Epic" Will Speak on June 22
April 26, 2005 (05-104)
The Jury and American Democracy Is Subject of Law Day Panel Discussion on May 2
April 22, 2005 (05-103)
Poet Laureate Ted Kooser Closes Literary Season with Lecture on May 5
April 21, 2005 (05-102)
Junior Fellows Summer Internships Available at the Library of Congress
April 18, 2005 (05-095)
Public Events at the Library of Congress
April 15, 2005 (05-097)
Library of Congress To Offer Special Junior Fellows Summer Internships
April 15, 2005 (05-091)
National Oral History Project, Storycorps, to Kick Off Nationwide Tour from Library of Congress on May 19

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April 13, 2005 (05-096)
Professor Robert G. Sutter To Discuss His Book "China's Rise in Asia" on April 19
April 13, 2005 (05-094)
Laura Schenone Will Talk About History of Women Through Family Recipes on April 20
April 12, 2005 (05-092)
Past Witter Bynner Winners Reunite for a Poetry Reading on April 18
April 12, 2005 (05-088)
Discussion of New Brain Technologies To Be Held on May 10
April 12, 2005 (05-084)
Music Collection to Acquire Electro-Acoustic Dimension
April 7, 2005 (05-089)
Poet Laureate Ted Kooser, Appointed to Serve a Second Term, Will Close Library's Literary Season on May 5
April 6, 2005 (05-093)
B.H. Fairchild, Winner of the Bobbitt Poetry Prize, Will Read on April 27
April 6, 2005 (05-090)
Rare Jazz Tapes Uncovered
April 5, 2005 (05-087)
Librarian of Congress Names 50 Recordings to the 2004 National Recording Registry
April 4, 2005 (05-082)
Library, National Endowment for the Humanities Launch First Step in Digitizing Early Newspapers

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March

March 31, 2005 (05-086)
Library of Congress at FOSE 2005
March 31, 2005 (05-085)
Performance of L'Ensemble Baroque de Limoges on April 27 is Cancelled
March 31, 2005 (05-083)
Poet Jorie Graham to Read on April 26 at Library's Celebration of National Poetry Month
March 29, 2005 (05-081)
Sen. Daniel Akaka to Deliver Asian Pacific American Heritage Month Keynote Address on May 9
March 28, 2005 (05-079)
American Indian Poets Linda Hogan and Ray A. Young Bear to Read Their Poems
March 28, 2005 (05-078)
Alistair Horne Named Senior Distinguished Scholar at the John W. Kluge Center
March 28, 2005 (05-074)
Library of Congress to Announce Third Annual National Recording Registry on April 5
March 25, 2005 (05-073)
James Madison's Papers Go Online in American Memory Web Site
March 25, 2005 (05-059)
Lamin Sanneh to Discuss "Sacred Truth and Secular Agency: Shaí'ah Norms and Political Enforcement" On April 7
March 24, 2005 (05-077)
Retired Foreign Service Officer Edward Alexander to Deliver 12th Annual Vardanants Day Armenian Lecture
March 24, 2005 (05-052)
The Poetry Foundation and the Library of Congress Cosponsor Poet Laureate's Newspaper Project
March 24, 2005 (05-075)
Selected Volumes of "Polish Declarations of Admiration and Friendship for the United States" Now Online
March 22, 2005 (05-068)
2005 National Book Festival to be Held Sept. 24
March 21, 2005 (05-071)
Veterans History Project Named "Top 50" in Government by Harvard
March 18, 2005 (05-070)
Daniel Mark Epstein to Deliver Walt Whitman's "Death of Lincoln" Lecture on April 14
March 17, 2005 (05-069)
Digital Lecture Series Featuring Neil Gershenfeld Discussing Internet Zero to be Aired Live on C-SPAN on March 28
March 17, 2005 (05-066)
New Book on the Founding Fathers and the Haitian Revolution to be Discussed on April 5

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March 17, 2005 (05-065)
Ann McClellan to Discuss Her Book on the Cherry Blossom Festival on March 30
March 16, 2005 (05-067)
Derrick DeKerckhove to Discuss the Role of Electricity in Contemporary Life on March 31
March 16, 2005 (05-055)
Mark Noll to Discuss "The Bible in American Public Life, 1860-2005" on April 21
March 16, 2005 (05-045)
American Folklife Center Announces 2005 "Homegrown" Concert Series
March 15, 2005 (05-063)
Cuneiform Tablets Available in New Web Presentation
March 15, 2005 (05-060)
Reconciliation in Africa to be Topic of Library of Congress Seminar
March 14, 2005 (05-064)
Digital Lecture Series Featuring Edward Ayers Discussing the Future of Scholarship to be Aired Live on C-SPAN on March 14
March 14, 2005 (05-062)
Italian Pianist to Perform on March 23
March 11, 2005 (05-053)
The Woodcut in Early Printed Books is Subject of Symposium to be Held on April 21
March 10, 2005 (05-054)
Joan Klingel Ray, President of Jane Austen Society of North America, to Speak April 12
March 10, 2005 (05-038)
Symposium Marking the Bicentennial of Joseph Smith to be Held on May 6-7
March 10, 2005 (05-037)
"The Cultures and History of the Americas" on View
March 7, 2005 (05-061)
Exhibition on "The American Colony in Jerusalem" Extended to April 2
March 4, 2005 (05-058)
U. S. Copyright Office Welcomes Students During Copyright Awareness Week, March 21-25
March 4, 2005 (05-057)
Florida Folklorist, Social Activist and Writer Stetson Kennedy to Speak on March 25
March 4, 2005 (05-043)
Aguavá New Music Studio to Perform on March 16
March 3, 2005 (05-048)
Law Library of Congress to Host International Disability Workshop on March 30
March 2, 2005 (05-042)
Veterans History Project Highlights More Stories; Site Tops 1,000 Fully Digitized Collections
March 2, 2005 (05-041)
Lamin Sanneh to Discuss “The Changing Face of Christianity” on March 10
March 1, 2005 (05-051)
Women’s Rights Activist Betty Friedan to Celebrate Women’s History Month on March 10
March 1, 2005 (05-033)
Hans Christian Andersen is Subject of Lecture on April 4
March 1, 2005 (05-029)
Library of Congress Announces Koussevitzky Commissions for 2004

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February

February 28, 2005 (05-050)
NIH Director Elias A. Zerhouni to Speak at FLICC Forum March 24
February 28, 2005 (05-049)
Digital Lecture Series Featuring Lawrence Lessig Discussing Copyright in Cyberspace to be Aired Live on C-SPAN on March 3
February 28, 2005 (05-046)
Preservation of Iraqi Archives is Subject of Symposium on March 8
February 28, 2005 (05-024)
Chakavak Ensemble to Perform Persian Classical Music on March 29
February 25, 2005 (05-039)
Adam Kirsch To Discuss "Confessional" Poets of the Post-WW II Era on April 7
February 25, 2005 (05-030)
Anthony Snodgrass To Discuss the Parthenon ("Elgin") Marbles on March 23
February 18, 2005 (05-040)
Dick Waterman, Promoter and Photographer of Blues Artists, To Give Illustrated Lecture on Feb. 23
February 18, 2005 (05-035)
U.S. Civil Rights Movement Is Subject of New Exhibition To Open Feb. 24
February 17, 2005 (05-034)
Exhibition on the Woodcut in Early Printed Books Opens April 7
February 17, 2005 (05-028)
U.S. Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison To Discuss Her New Book on March 14
February 17, 2005 (05-027)
Ying-Shih Yu Named Senior Distinguished Scholar at John W. Kluge Center
February 14, 2005 (05-031)
2 Public Service Announcements, 30 Seconds and 60 Seconds

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February 9, 2005 (05-032)
Italian Pianist To Perform on March 23
February 9, 2005 (05-020)
Ladino Music To Be Performed on March 23
February 8, 2005 (05-026)
Digital Lecture Series Featuring David M. Levy Discussing Documents in the Digital Age To Be Aired Live on C-SPAN on Feb. 14
February 8, 2005 (05-025)
2005 Witter Bynner Fellows Martin Walls and Claudia Emerson To Read on Feb. 24
February 7, 2005 (05-022)
Singer-Songwriter John Prine To Join Poet Laureate Ted Kooser in Conversation on March 9
February 7, 2005 (05-021)
Valentine's Day Special on Public Radio
February 7, 2005 (05-007)
Gen. Wesley Clark and Sadako Ogata To Discuss Refugee Crises of the 1990s on March 8
February 4, 2005 (05-019)
New Encyclopedia of the Library of Congress Is Published
February 2, 2005 (05-018)
Public Events at the Library of Congress
February 1, 2005 (05-017)
U.S. Ambassador To Armenia To Speak on Feb. 22
February 1, 2005 (05-016)
Rep. Melvin Watt To Deliver African American History Month Keynote Address
February 1, 2005 (05-014)
The J. & R. Lamb Studios Gift Fund Established
February 1, 2005 (05-012)
"The Maltese Falcon At 75" Is Topic of Center For The Book Program on Feb. 15

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January

January 31, 2005 (05-011)
Journalist Nick Kotz To Discuss His New Book On Civil Rights on March 1
January 31, 2005 (05-001)
Fernando Henrique Cardoso Gives Fourth Annual Kissinger Lecture on Feb. 22
January 27, 2005 (05-010)
"Mexicans & Americans: Cracking the Cultural Code" Is Topic of Feb. 14 Book Talk
January 26, 2005 (05-015)
Digital Lecture Series Featuring Brian Cantwell Smith Discussing Digital Disciplines To Be Aired Live on C-SPAN
January 26, 2005 (05-013)
Historian Susan Ware To Discuss Her Biography of Mary Margaret McBride on Feb. 22
January 26, 2005 (05-009)
Reactions To Attacks of Sept. 11 Are Subject of New Online Presentation
January 26, 2005 (05-008)
Author Ruth Price To Speak on March 15
January 26, 2005 (05-006)
World War I Newspaper Pictorials Featured In New Online Presentation
January 21, 2005 (05-005)
Voyages of Sir Francis Drake Are Subject of New Online Presentation
January 13, 2005 (05-004)
Library of Congress Partnerships Provide Education Resources In Cataloging
January 13, 2005 (05-003)
The History of Presidential Inaugurations Is Celebrated with Exhibition
January 10, 2005 (05-002)
Author, Historian and Archaeologist Patrick O'Neill To Speak on Feb. 10
January 5, 2005 (04-214)
The Woodcut in Early Printed Books Is Subject of Library of Congress Publication

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