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December

December 28, 2000 (00-199)
Library of Congress Classification Schedules Available Online During Pilot Test
December 27, 2000 (00-200)
Librarian of Congress Names 25 More Films to National Film Registry
December 27, 2000 (00-089)
Cold War Cartoons to Be Discussed June 15
December 18, 2000 (00-197)
Mystery Author John Dunning to Appear at the Library of Congress
December 18, 2000 (00-192)
Library of Congress Receives $1 Million Grant from Doris Duke Charitable Foundation
December 14, 2000 (00-191)
Library of Congress Introduces Free Matinee Concerts in 2001
December 12, 2000 (00-193)
Program to Honor Poet Elizabeth Bishop and Founding of Brazil
December 11, 2000 (00-194)
Library of Congress to Begin Its First Electronic Archives
December 11, 2000 (00-190)
Library of Congress To Host Numerous Events During Midwinter Meeting of American Library Association in Washington
December 11, 2000 (00-189)
Koussevitzky Commissions for 2000 Announced: Awards for New Musical Works Made to 10 Composers
December 4, 2000 (00-186)
Library of Congress Co-Publishes Collaborative Work on the History and Significance of Braille
December 4, 2000 (00-181)
Aaron Copland Collection Debuts on American Memory Web Site

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November

November 30, 2000 (00-187)
Call for Applications for 2001 American Memory Fellows Institute at Library of Congress
November 29, 2000 (00-184)
The Coca-Cola Company Donates 50 Years of Television Commercials Reflecting World Culture To the Library of Congress: 20,000 Ads Are Largest Gift of Corporate Archives in Library's History
November 27, 2000 (00-177)
Library of Congress and Copyright Office Announce New Online Copyright Registration Program in Cooperation with Music Publishers
November 22, 2000 (00-188)
David Ferry Wins 2000 Rebekah Johnson Bobbitt National Prize for Poetry
November 22, 2000 (00-185)
Media Advisory: Recorded Sound Collections Endangered; Conference Scheduled for Dec. 1-2
November 21, 2000 (00-183)
"American Treasures" Exhibition Features Thanksgiving Holiday
November 21, 2000 (00-179)
Presidential Inauguration Collection Debuts On American Memory Web Site
November 20, 2000 (00-182)
Daniel J. Boorstin to Be Honored at Library of Congress on December 4
November 17, 2000 (00-180)
Library of Congress Leads Audio Preservation Initiatives for the 21st Century
November 17, 2000 (00-178)
Library of Congress, Copyright Office to Sign Agreement for Online Registration and Deposit of Musical Works from the Harry Fox Agency
November 9, 2000 (00-176)
Congress Establishes Veterans' Oral History Project in American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress
November 9, 2000 (00-175)
Library of Congress Hosts MirĂ³ and Wihan String Quartets
November 9, 2000 (00-172)
Hirschfeld Exhibition to Open
November 9, 2000 (00-160)
Library of Congress and Arena Stage Present Concert Readings of Unpublished Zora Neale Hurston Play
November 7, 2000 (00-174)
New Book about Research in Library History Published by the Library of Congress
November 7, 2000 (00-173)
Jordi Savall Brings the Concert of Nations to the Library of Congress
November 7, 2000 (00-164)
Library of Congress Acquires Arnold T. Schwab Archives: Collection Related to Work of Marian Nevins MacDowell
November 6, 2000 (00-170)
ECIP Program Expands to Include Clinical Medicine
November 1, 2000 (00-171)
West Virginia Center for the Book Established
November 1, 2000 (00-146)
Descendants of L. Frank Baum Give Library of Congress Glinda Of Oz Manuscript: Handwritten Manuscript Was Baum's Last Book

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October

October 31, 2000 (00-169)
Media Advisory: Thomas Jefferson Exhibition Extended to Nov. 16; Jefferson's Library Will Remain on View Through the Summer of 2001
October 31, 2000 (00-167)
Library of Congress Celebrates Geography Awareness Week, Nov. 13-17: Daily Map Talks to Be Held in "American Treasures" Exhibition
October 31, 2000 (00-166)
Two Collections on Americans and Their Land Debut on American Memory Web Site
October 30, 2000 (00-168)
Author Jeffery Paine to Speak at the Library of Congress Nov. 2
October 27, 2000 (00-165)
Tadashi Yamamoto, Leading Japanese Intellectual, to Speak on Responsive Governance November 20 at the Library of Congress
October 27, 2000 (00-163)
New Literary Map of Metropolitan Washington to Be Discussed at the Library of Congress on November 1
October 27, 2000 (00-162)
Public Service Announcement: Security and Preservation Symposium Oct. 30-31
October 27, 2000 (00-161)
Interlibrary Loans Delivered Online: New Service Tests Feasibility of Using the Internet to Fill Requests
October 27, 2000 (00-159)
Fanfares and Free Concerts Highlight Copland Centennial Celebration at Library of Congress
October 27, 2000 (00-139)
Library of Congress Acquires Nicolas Slonimsky Collection
October 20, 2000 (00-157)
Law Library Hours to Change
October 18, 2000 (00-151)
Mark Roosa Named Director for Preservation at Library of Congress
October 17, 2000 (00-133)
"To Preserve and Protect" Symposium to be Held at Library Oct. 30-31: Participants to Discuss "Strategic Stewardship of Cultural Resources"
October 10, 2000 (00-156)
Media Advisory: Front Doors of Library's Madison Building to Close Temporarily
October 5, 2000 (00-155)
John Kluge Donates $60 Million to Library of Congress for Study Center and Prize: The Largest Private Monetary Donation Ever Given to the Library of Congress
October 2, 2000 (00-154)
New Literary Map of Metropolitan Washington, D.C., Depicts the Area's Rich Literary Heritage
October 2, 2000 (00-153)
"Living Legend" Herman Wouk to Read from His Work on Wednesday, November 8
October 2, 2000 (00-152)
Author and Marketing Consultant Estelle Ellis to Speak on Nov. 6
October 2, 2000 (00-141)
Library of Congress, Other U.S. Libraries Join International Community on Use of Pinyin

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September

September 26, 2000 (00-150)
Public Service Announcement: Library of Congress Holds Fifth Annual Preservation Workshop October 19
September 26, 2000 (00-144)
T. Berry Brazelton, M.D., and Stanley I. Greenspan, M.D., to Discuss the Needs of Children on Tuesday, October 10
September 25, 2000 (00-149)
Department of Defense Official to Deliver National Disability Employment Awareness Month Keynote Oct. 11
September 25, 2000 (00-148)
Bicentennial Symposium on National Libraries to Be Held on October 23-26, 2000
September 25, 2000 (00-147)
Poet Laureate Stanley Kunitz to Read at the Library of Congress
September 25, 2000 (00-145)
Public Service Announcement: Brazelton and Greenspan to Speak
September 21, 2000 (00-143)
Library of Congress Hosts Fifth Annual Preservation Awareness Workshop on Thursday, October 19
September 20, 2000 (00-142)
American Folklife Center to Create National Heritage Fellows Collection
September 19, 2000 (00-140)
Posters from the WPA Now Available Online
September 19, 2000 (00-136)
Director of White House Initiative for Educational Excellence for Hispanic Americans to Deliver Hispanic Heritage Month Keynote
September 13, 2000 (00-138)
New York Times Reporter Steven Holmes to Discuss His Biography of Ron Brown on Wednesday, Oct. 11
September 12, 2000 (00-137)
Center for the Book to Participate in "New York Is Book Country" Book Fair on September 24
September 12, 2000 (00-135)
Freedom to Read to Be Celebrated at the Library of Congress on Monday, September 25
September 13, 2000 (00-130)
Joint Conference on Armenia to Be Held September 27-28
September 12, 2000 (00-127)
Library of Congress Desk Calendar Features America's Film Treasures
September 12, 2000 (00-123)
Library of Congress Desk Calendar Features the Work of Charles and Ray Eames
September 11, 2000 (00-132)
George Washington's Diaries to Be Available Online
September 5, 2000 (00-131)
Theodore Zeldin and Guests Michael Kahn and Judi Moore Latta to Discuss Conversation at the Library on September 28
September 1, 2000 (00-128)
Media Advisory: Franklin the Turtle to Kick Off International Literacy Day at Library of Congress, Sept. 8; "Law and Order's" Chris Meloni to Read to More Than 300 Kids

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August

August 31, 2000 (00-129)
Diverse Group of Online Collections Debuts on American Memory
August 30, 20000 (00-126)
NLS International Union Catalog Upgraded for Web-Braille Readers
August 30, 2000 (00-125)
New Braille Instruction Manual Issued by the Library of Congress
August 30, 2000 (00-124)
United Kingdom Catalog Records Expand Holdings of International Union Catalog Serving Blind and Physically Handicapped Individuals
August 28, 2000 (00-122)
Library of Congress Publishes Annual Report for 1999
August 28, 2000 (00-121)
Number of American Memory Fellows Reaches 200; 50 Fellows 'Graduate' During Fourth Annual Summer Institute
August 25, 2000 (00-113)
Media Advisory: Public Events at the Library of Congress, September-December 2000
August 24, 2000 (00-120)
Globalcenter to Host 'America's Library' Web Site; More than 15 Million 'Hits' Handled by Site for Kids and Families Since April 24 Debut
August 23, 2000 (00-119)
Herblock Exhibition Opens October 11
August 23, 2000 (00-115)
Violinist Louis Kaufman's Papers Acquired by Library of Congress
August 23, 2000 (00-114)
Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco Collection Given to Library of Congress
August 22, 2000 (00-118)
French Author to Speak at the Library of Congress
August 22, 2000 (00-117)
"Globalization and Identity in Muslim Societies" Symposium at the Library of Congress
August 22, 2000 (00-102)
Visitor Favorites Featured in "American Treasures" Exhibition This Summer: Contents of Lincoln's Pockets Is Top Choice
August 17, 2000 (00-116)
Library of Congress Acquires Digital Trading Cards
August 17, 2000 (00-111)
Library of Congress Announces 75th Anniversary of Free Concerts in the Coolidge Auditorium
August 17, 2000 (00-101)
Library of Congress Publishes Guide to the Moldenhauer Music Archives
August 17, 2000 (00-079)
Library of Congress Web Site Tells Preservation Story: "Bach to Baseball Cards" Describes Preservation Treatments
August 14, 2000 (00-112)
International Literacy Day to Be Marked at the Library of Congress on September 8
August 14, 2000 (00-110)
Fellowships in International Studies Available
August 7, 2000 (00-109)
Awards Program Recognizes Outstanding Federal Libraries, Librarians, and Library Technicians
August 7, 2000 (00-108)
Handbook for the Study of Book History Published by the Library of Congress
August 7, 2000 (00-107)
Library of Congress Leads Cooperative Effort to Develop a Global Online Reference Service; Libraries in U.S., U.K., Canada and Australia to Offer Collaborative Digital Reference Service
August 7, 2000 (00-105)
Swann Foundation Announces 2000-2001 Fellow and Applications for 2001-2002
August 7, 2000 (00-104)
Two Collections Debut on American Memory Web Site: University of Washington and Denver Public Library Contribute Online Materials

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July

July 31, 2000 (00-103)
Librarian of Congress Appoints Stanley Kunitz Poet Laureate
July 28, 2000 (00-099)
Library of Congress Joins Other Institutions and The Dance Heritage Coalition in Announcing the Identification of "America's Irreplaceable Dance Treasures: The First 100"
July 28, 2000 (00-098)
Library of Congress Publications Earn Design Awards
July 26, 2000 (00-100)
"LC 21: A Digital Strategy for the Library of Congress" Issued by the National Research Council: Report Offers Recommendations for Library's Future Technology Strategies
July 10, 2000 (00-097)
Library of Congress Publishes New Guide to Asian Collections
July 10, 2000 (00-076)
Bicentennial Celebration Activities Continue at the Library of Congress
July 5, 2000 (00-096)
Joseph Ellis and Annette Gordon-Reed to Discuss Jefferson and his Legacy at the Library on July 25

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June

June 26, 2000 (00-095)
Library of Congress Adds New Online Collections to the American Memory Web Site
June 26, 2000 (00-091)
Kissinger Chair Established at the Library of Congress
June 21, 2000 (00-094)
Two Day Conference on Cold War Archives Scheduled
June 21, 2000 (00-092)
Prima Ballerina's Collection Comes to the Library of Congress
June 20, 2000 (00-093)
Media Advisory: All Facilities in the Madison Building of the Library of Congress Closed July 1-4; Thomas Jefferson Building and John Adams Building Also Closed on Monday and Tuesday, July 3 and 4
June 7, 2000 (00-090)
Blondie Exhibition Opens

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May

May 30, 2000 (00-088)
2000 Rebekah Johnson Bobbitt National Prize for Poetry for the Most Distinguished Book of Poetry Published in 1998 or 1999
May 30, 2000 (00-085)
New Web Site for Kids and Families Registers More Than 6 Million 'Hits' Since Debut
May 30, 2000 (00-082)
Sondheim 70th Birthday Concert at Library of Congress Attracts Cream of Broadway: Festivities to Be Broadcast on NPR
May 25, 2000 (00-077)
Grant from Luce Foundation to Support Asian Acquisitions and Fellowships
May 24, 2000 (00-074)
Library of Congress to Receive Pinkerton Archives
May 23, 2000 (00-087)
Harold Bloom to Discuss His New Book About Reading
May 23, 2000 (00-084)
Washington and Alaska Win 2000 Boorstin Center for the Book Awards
May 23, 2000 (00-083)
Americas Award to Be Presented at Library of Congress
May 23, 2000 (00-081)
Media Advisory: Pinkerton's Inc. Donates Archives to Library of Congress
May 16, 2000 (00-080)
Media Advisory: Local Legacies Participants to Visit Washington to Celebrate Their Unique Cultural Traditions at the Library of Congress
May 9, 2000 (00-073)
Poet Laureate Robert Pinsky to Close 1999-2000 Literary Series at the Library of Congress
May 8, 2000 (00-074a)
Robert Dizard Appointed Staff Director of Copyright Office
May 4, 2000 (00-075)
John Cole Receives 2000 Lippincott Award from the American Library Association
May 4, 2000 (00-072)
Two-Day Symposium on Old Norse Sagas to Be Held at the Library of Congress
May 2, 2000 (00-067)
State Department Official to Deliver Asian Pacific American Heritage Month Keynote Address at the Library of Congress
May 2, 2000 (00-060)
Scottish Musical Talents Alison Kinnaird and Christine Primrose Perform at Library of Congress May 17
May 1, 2000 (00-071)
Wizard of Oz Book to Be Featured at "Books & Beyond" Presentation on Tuesday, May 30
May 1, 2000 (00-070)
E. Ethelbert Miller to Discuss His New Memoir at the Library of Congress on Wednesday, May 31
May 1, 2000 (00-069)
Library of Congress Approves Mississippi Center for the Book

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April

April 27, 2000 (00-068)
Media Advisory: Bob Hope and Family to Participate in Opening of New Gallery at the Library of Congress: The Bob Hope Gallery of American Entertainment to Open
April 27, 2000 (00-061)
Pickford Theater Schedule
April 24, 2000 (00-051)
"America's Library" Web Site for Kids and Families Debuts: "There's a Better Way to Have Fun with History"
April 20, 2000 (00-066)
Media Advisory: National Birthday Party Celebrates 200th Birthday of the Library of Congress
April 17, 2000 (00-064)
Media Advisory: New Web Site for Kids and Families to Debut from Library of Congress -- "There Is a Better Way to Have Fun with History"
April 17, 2000 (00-063)
James Conaway to Discuss His New Bicentennial History of the Library of Congress on Monday, May 15
April 17, 2000 (00-058)
The Library of Congress to Hold Exhibition and Symposium on Icelandic Sagas
April 14, 2000 (00-062)
Media Advisory: Press Preview of Two Bicentennial Exhibitions at the Library of Congress
April 14, 2000 (00-059)
Library of Congress to Honor "Living Legends"
April 14, 2000 (00-053)
Library of Congress Postage Stamp Ceremony to Be Held April 24
April 14, 2000 (00-052)
Library of Congress Commemorative Coins Available April 24
April 13, 2000 (00-048)
Bicentennial Celebration Announced: Library of Congress to Offer New Web Site, Stamp, Coins, Exhibits and Concert
April 11, 2000 (00-054)
Commemorative Stamp and Coins Mark Library of Congress Bicentennial
April 10, 2000 (00-056)
D.C. Students to Read Favorite Poems April 13
April 6, 2000 (00-055)
Library of Congress to Hold Discussion on "Architectural Alphabet" Book About Jefferson Building April 17
April 6, 2000 (00-045)
New Guide to the Library of Congress to Be Published
April 3, 2000 (00-049)
Japan Documentation Center Closes on March 31
April 3, 2000 (00-047)
A Young People's Poetry Week Celebration: Young Voices from the Nation's Capital at the Library of Congress April 13

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March

March 30, 2000 (00-050)
Library of Congress Will Celebrate New American Poetry Anthology April 26
March 30, 2000 (00-046)
Robert Hass to Host "River of Words" Program at the Library of Congress April 29
March 22, 2000 (00-044)
Media Advisory: Library of Congress to Symposium on Egypt and Globalization March 28
March 22, 2000 (00-038)
New Book Features the Architecture of the Library's Thomas Jefferson Building
March 20, 2000 (00-043)
Early-Music Groups Will Go for Baroque at the Library of Congress
March 20, 2000 (00-042)
Library of Congress Signs Contract to Hire People with Severe Disabilities
March 20, 2000 (00-041)
Library of Congress Debuts Digital Collection on Puerto Rico
March 20, 2000 (00-039)
New Book Celebrates the Life and Legacy of Thomas Jefferson
March 20, 2000 (00-028)
Library of Congress Receives Gift of Revolutionary War Maps Drawn by Lafayette's Cartographer
March 16, 2000 (00-040)
Poetry Reading, Voice, and Publication in the 19th and 20th Centuries to Be Discussed at Library Symposium on April 4
March 16, 2000 (00-037)
Lecture on Edvard Grieg's Letters at the Library of Congress April 11
March 16, 2000 (00-036)
New Book Celebrates 200-Year History of the Library of Congress
March 16, 2000 (00-035)
Library of Congress Moves Closer to Digital Talking Books
March 16, 2000 (00-034)
Former Ambassador Delivers Eighth Annual Vardanants Day Armenian Lecture April 19
March 13, 2000 (00-009)
Library of Congress Celebrates Bicentennial with Major Exhibition on Thomas Jefferson
March 9, 2000 (00-033)
Poet Laureate Grants Witter Bynner Fellowships to Poets Naomi Shihab Nye and Joshua Weiner
March 9, 2000 (00-030)
New On-Line Collections Added to American Memory Web Site: Lincoln, Bernstein, and African American Materials
March 8, 2000 (00-029)
Symposium on John Bingham and the 14th Amendment to Be Held March 20
March 7, 2000 (00-027)
1999 Serge Koussevitzky Awards Announced: Commissions for New Musical Works Given to 10 Composers
March 7, 2000 (00-010)
The Wizard of Oz Is Saluted in Library of Congress Bicentennial Exhibition
March 7, 2000 (00-008)
James Madison's Notes on the Constitutional Convention Go on Display in the "American Treasures" Exhibition
March 6, 2000 (00-032)
John Perry Barlow to Speak at FLICC Forum on Government Futures and Information Technology
March 6, 2000 (00-031)
Federal Libraries and Information Centers, Librarians and Technicians Win FLICC Awards
March 1, 2000 (00-026)
Media Advisory: Defense Department Official to Deliver Women's History Month Keynote Address at the Library of Congress

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February

February 28, 2000 (00-025)
Media Advisory: Congressional Research Service of Library of Congress Holds Daylong Conference on "Informing the Congress and the Nation"
February 28, 2000 (00-024)
Minnesota Humanities Commission Becomes New Home of the Minnesota Center for the Book
February 28, 2000 (00-023)
New Volume of James Madison's Writings to Be Discussed at the Library on Thursday, March 23
February 28, 2000 (00-022)
John Cole to Present Elizabeth W. Stone Lecture at Catholic University on March 30
February 28, 2000 (00-021)
Union Catalog For Blind and Physically Handicapped Readers Adds 38,000 Records of British-Produced Braille and Audio Materials
February 25, 2000 (00-019)
Poetry in America: A Library of Congress Bicentennial Celebration to Be Held at the Library of Congress, April 3-4
February 24, 2000 (00-020)
Library of Congress and National Library of Spain Sign Agreement to Collaborate on Internet Project
February 24, 2000 (00-018)
William Jay Smith to Read His Poems at the Library of Congress March 16
February 24, 2000 (00-017)
University of Virginia Donates Book to Library of Congress to Help Reconstitute Thomas Jefferson's Library
February 22, 2000 (00-016)
Composer Elinor Remick Warren to Be Honored at Library of Congress; Symposium and Concert Explore Life and Work of Remarkable Composer; Collections Presented to Library
February 22, 2000 (00-013)
Library of Congress Hosts Conference on Cataloging Policy in the Digital Age Nov. 15-17
February 11, 2000 (00-015)
Media Advisory: Suzanne Smith Book Talk Rescheduled for February 23 at Library of Congress; Dancing in the Street: Motown and the Cultural Politics of Detroit
February 10, 2000 (00-014)
Update Media Advisory: Materials of Abraham Lincoln Debut On-Line in Honor of His Birthday; Materials Previously Available Only in Library's Reading Rooms to Be Offered on Library's Web Site
February 9, 2000 (00-012)
Lincoln Legal Papers DVD Edition Is Presented to the Library; Demonstration of DVD and "Mr. Lincoln's Virtual Library" to Be Part of Program
February 7, 20000 (00-011)
California Center for the Book Expanded and Moved to UCLA
February 7, 2000 (00-007)
New Book of Literary Maps to Be Featured at February 28 "Books & Beyond" Presentation
February 4, 2000 (00-005)
Spring Literary Series Announced

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January

January 31, 2000 (00-006)
Media Advisory: All Library of Congress Buildings Closed February 19-21
January 28, 2000 (00-004)
International Symposium on Democracy and the Rule of Law
January 27, 2000 (00-003)
New Radio Series to Air for Library of Congress Bicentennial
January 11, 2000 (00-002)
Lawrence Boudon Named Editor of the Handbook of Latin American Studies
January 6, 2000 (00-001)
Media Advisory: Symposium on British-American Relations to Be Held

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