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December

December 19, 2002 (02-175)
"Man-On-The-Street" Interviews from the Days Following the Attack on Pearl Harbor Featured in New Online Presentation
December 18, 2002 (02-174)
Library Co-Publishes Book on Composer Stephen Sondheim
December 17, 2002 (02-176)
Librarian of Congress Adds 25 Films to National Film Registry
December 16, 2002 (02-169)
Library of Congress Marks 40th Anniversary of Juilliard String Quartet Residency in 2002-2003
December 6, 2002 (02-172)
New Hampshire Approved as the 50th State Center Affiliate
December 5, 2002 (02-173)
Media Advisory: 2002 Bobbitt Prize Winner Alice Fulton Poetry Reading Postponed
December 3, 2002 (02-171)
American Folklife Center Receives Rex Foundation Award for Preservation of Zuni Tales

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November

November 27, 2002 (02-170)
Public Service Announcement: 2002 Bobbitt Prize Winner Alice Fulton Reads Poetry at the Library of Congress
November 22, 2002 (02-168)
Media Advisory: Library of Congress to Preview New History Channel Documentary
November 18, 2002 (02-167)
International Children's Digital Library to Debut Nov. 20 in Great Hall
November 8, 2002 (02-166)
National Registry of Service Launched for Vets
November 8, 2002 (02-165)
Media Advisory: Library of Congress's Veterans History Project Honors Veterans Nationwide
November 7, 2002 (02-164)
Media Advisory: Library of Congress Opens High Density Storage Facility at Ft. Meade, MD
November 5, 2002 (02-163)
Civil War Symposium to be Held at Library of Congress Nov. 12-14
November 5, 2002 (02-161)
New Mexico Center for the Book Wins $6100 Boorstin Community Service Award
November 4, 2002 (02-160)
Library Receives Additions to Embassy of Israel Collection
November 1, 2002 (02-162)
2002 Bobbitt Poetry Prize Awarded to Alice Fulton
November 1, 2002 (02-159)
Cellicion Traditional Zuni Dancers to Perform at the Library of Congress

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October

October 30, 2002 (02-158)
Library of Congress American Folklife Center Acquires Collection Documenting Pre-War Jewish Life in Eastern Europe
October 29, 2002 (02-157)
Media Advisory: American Folklife Center of the Library of Congress to Receive Extensive Collection of Historical Documentation from Vanished Jewish Community At Oct. 30 Ceremony
October 28, 2002 (02-156)
Delaware Center for the Book Approved
October 28, 2002 (02-155)
Rhode Island Center for the Book Approved
October 24, 2002 (02-154)
Media Advisory: Library of Congress Presents Panel Discussion of Experts on Proposals for Rebuilding at the World Trade Center Site
October 24, 2002 (02-153)
Kristjan Järvi's Absolute Plays Founder's Day Concert at Library of Congress
October 23, 2002 (02-151)
Public Service Announcement: Symposium at Library of Congress Explores Ways of Teaching About Muslims
October 21, 2002 (02-152)
Media Advisory: Winning Designs of Digital Talking Book Competition go on Display at Library of Congress
October 18, 2002 (02-150)
Biography of Diplomat and Confederate Journalist John Moncure Daniel to be Featured at 'Books & Beyond' Presentation Nov. 18
October 18, 2002 (02-148)
Proceedings from Preservation and Security Symposium to be Published by the Library of Congress
October 16, 2002 (02-147)
Robert Ornstein To Speak at Library of Congress on Afghan "Teaching-Stories" and the Brain
October 16, 2002 (02-146)
Diplomat Warren Zimmerman Discusses New Book on American Imperialism at the Library of Congress on Oct. 24
October 16, 2002 (02-145)
Library of Congress to Offer Public Programs in Conjunction with Civil War Symposium
October 11, 2002 (02-149)
Media Advisory: Veterans History Project Oral History Interview to be Demonstrated in LC Pavilion at National Book Festival
October 10, 2002 (02-142)
Luminary Lectures @ Your Library Series to be Offered
October 10, 2002 (02-141)
9/11 Films to be Discussed and Screened
October 10, 2002 (02-140)
Library of Congress to put Audio Magazines Online for Blind and Physically Handicapped Users
October 10, 2002 (02-137)
Library of Congress Exhibit Featuring Prototype Machines for Digital Talking Books to Open Oct. 21
October 9, 2002 (02-144)
'Wise Guide' to loc.gov Web Magazine to be Launched October 12
October 2, 2002 (02-139)
2002 National Book Festival to be Held October 12
October 2, 2002 (02-138)
Public Service Announcement: Learn More About the Library of Congress at the National Book Festival

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September

September 27, 2002 (02-136)
Old New England to Perform at the Library of Congress
September 26, 2002 (02-135)
New Online Collections Debut from Library of Congress and Other Repositories
September 25, 2002 (02-134)
Media Advisory: Rep. Joe Baca to Encourage Hispanic Veterans' Histories
September 25, 2002 (02-133)
Tex-Mex Border Music Featured at Oct. 4 Library of Congress Outdoor Concert
September 25, 2002 (02-126)
Civil War Symposium to be Held at Library of Congress Nov. 12-14
September 25, 2002 (02-102)
Conservation Clinic is One of the Features at Second National Book Festival
September 24, 2002 (02-116)
Library of Congress Publishes Civil War Desk Reference
September 24, 2002 (02-114)
Library of Congress Authority Records Now Available Online
September 23, 2002 (02-124)
Robert V. Remini to Write History of the House of Representatives
September 16, 2002 (02-132)
Library of Congress Publishes Annual Report for 2001
September 20, 2002 (02-131)
Public Nominations Sought for Inaugural (2002) National Recording Registry
September 20, 2002 (02-128)
Jonathan Scott Holloway to Discuss His Book “Confronting The Veil” at the Library of Congress on Oct. 18
September 16, 2002 (02-130)
Fall Literary Programs at the Library of Congress
September 16, 2002 (02-129)
New Text on American Book History to be Featured at Symposium at the Library of Congress on Monday, October 21
September 16, 2002 (02-127)
Letters to President Franklin D. Roosevelt to be Featured in “Books & Beyond” Program on Tuesday Oct. 15
September 16, 2002 (02-125)
New Library Publication Features Photographs of Childhood
September 12, 2002 (02-123)
Mingo Saldivar to Perform at the Library of Congress
September 12, 2002 (02-111)
Media Advisory: Public Events at the Library of Congress, September-December 2002
September 5, 2002 (02-122)
Essays on Book Collecting and Special Collections Libraries Published by the Library of Congress
September 3, 2002 (02-121)
Public Service Announcement: Library of Congress to Present Free Gospel Symposium on Sept. 28
September 3, 2002 (02-120)
Public Service Announcement: Shirley Caesar to Present Free Gospel Concert at the Library of Congress
September 3, 2002 (02-119)
Public Service Announcement: Suzanne Vega and Friends to Perform Free Concert at the Library of Congress in Tribute to 9/11
September 3, 2002 (02-118)
Public Service Announcement: New York Times 9/11 Series "Portraits in Grief" is Subject of Library of Congress Program
September 3, 2002 (02-117)
Public Service Announcement: Tom Paxton to Perform Free Concert at the Library of Congress in Tribute to 9/11
September 3, 2002 (02-115)
Prototype Machines for Digital Talking Books to be Featured in Library of Congress Exhibition

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August

August 29, 2002 (02-103 (rev))
Exhibition and Public Programs to Commemorate September 11
August 27, 2002 (02-112)
Klaus Larres Named Henry Alfred Kissinger Scholar in Foreign Policy and International Relations
August 21, 2002 (02-108)
American Folklife Center Board to Meet in Omaha
August 19, 2002 (02-109)
Tom Paxton to Perform 9/11 Tribute
August 19, 2002 (02-107)
The Campbell Brothers to Perform at the Library of Congress
August 19, 2002 (02-106)
Library of Congress Acquires Rare Film Collection: Prelinger Collection Largest Collection of Ephemeral Films
August 16, 2002 (02-110)
Author Helen Lefkowitz Horowitz to Discuss “Rereading Sex: Battles Over Sexual Knowledge and Suppression in 19th-Century America” at the Library of Congress
August 15, 2002 (02-105)
22 State Centers for the Book to Host Events and Programs to Promote the National Book Festival
August 7, 2002 (02-104)
"A Photographic Retrospective of Childhood" to Open at the Library of Congress
August 5, 2002 (02-101)
Library of Congress Announces 2002-2003 Concert Season

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July

July 25, 2002 (02-099)
Swann Foundation Announces Fellow for 2002-2003
July 25, 2002 (02-098)
Fellowship in Caricature and Cartoon Being Offered for the 2003-2004 Academic Year
July 25, 2002 (02-095)
2002 National Book Festival to be Held October 12
July 24, 2002 (02-081)
Drawings from the Golden Age of American Illustration on Exhibit
July 23, 2002 (02-100)
Viburnum Foundation/Center for the Book Family Literacy Grantees for 2002-2003 Announced
July 12, 2002 (02-097)
James M. Gallagher Appointed Director of Information Technology Services
July 10, 2002 (02-096)
Chuck Brown to Perform at the Library of Congress
July 10, 2002 (02-094)
Library of Congress Launches "Live Chat" Reference Service
July 2, 2002 (02-091)
Winners Announced in Digital Talking Book Player Design Competition

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June

June 28, 2002 (02-092)
Center for the Book Leads Visit of U.S. Librarians to Russia
June 26, 2002 (02-093)
Media Advisory: Senator Lugar to Deliver Wartime Veteran Histories to Library of Congress
June 18, 2002 (02-090)
Media Advisory: Announcements on Rates and Terms for Webcasting Statutory Licenses
June 28, 20022 (02-089)
Law Library of Congress Participates in Effort to Reconstruct the Laws of Afghanistan
June 17, 2002 (02-085)
Center for the Book Cosponsors Publication of Major Textbook for the Study of American Book History
June 14, 2002 (02-086)
Library of Congress Launches Redesigned Web Site
June 11, 2002 (02-084)
Rockefeller Grant to "Save Our Sounds"
June 11, 2002 (02-083)
Kluge Center Welcomes Arriving Scholars Starting in July and August, 2002
June 10, 2002 (02-082)
Jean Hirons to Receive Margaret Mann Citation from ALA
June 10, 2002 (02-080)
Library of Congress Issues Report on Digital Talking Books
June 6, 2002 (02-vet)
Veterans' Stories Celebrated at D-Day Anniversary Aboard U.S.S. Intrepid
June 5, 2002 (02-079)
2002 Rebekah Johnson Bobbitt National Prize for Poetry for the Most Distinguished Book of Poetry Published in 2000 or 2001
June 4, 2002 (02-046)
Library of Congress Publishes Guide to Motion Pictures, Broadcasting, Recorded Sound Collections

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May

May 31, 2002 (02-078)
Classification Web Now Available
May 31, 2002 (02-077)
Photojournalists to Discuss their Work at the Library of Congress on 9/11
May 29, 2002 (02-050)
Media Advisory: Public Events at the Library of Congress, June-August 2002
May 24, 2002 (02-076)
Karl and the Country Dutchmen to Perform at the Library of Congress
May 23, 2002 (02-042)
The Blind Boys of Alabama Perform at Library of Congress June 5
May 21, 2002 (02-074)
Swann Fellow's Public Lecture Will Focus on Transformations in Representations of African Americans
May 21, 2002 (02-073)
QuestionPoint Collaborative Reference Service to Be Released June 3 by the Library of Congress and OCLC
May 17, 2002 (02-075)
Public Service Announcement: Blind Boys of Alabama Concert
May 16, 2002 (02-069)
Author Frederick Rustmann Discusses His Book CIA Incorporated... at the Library of Congress June 21
May 16, 2002 (02-068)
Two Online Collections Debut on the Library's Web Site: Birth of the Recording Industry and Ohio River Valley Are Subjects
May 15, 2002 (02-071)
Media Advisory: All Library of Congress Reading Rooms to Close May 25-27, Memorial Day Weekend
May 14, 2002 (02-070)
Media Advisory: Intellectual Freedom To Be Topic of May 23 Lecture by ALA's Judith Krug
May 2, 2002 (02-067)
South Dakota Center for the Book Approved: New Center Becomes 47th State Affiliate
May 2, 2002 (02-064)
Rep. Mike Honda to Deliver Asian Pacific American Heritage Month Keynote Address at the Library of Congress

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April

April 30, 2002 (02-066)
Former Poet Laureate Robert Pinsky to Celebrate Poetry in the Public Sphere at the Library of Congress on May 13
April 30, 2002 (02-063)
The American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress Announces New Online Collection: "Working In Paterson: Occupational Heritage in an Urban Setting"
April 29, 2002 (02-065)
Library of Congress Event on May 1 to Launch Historic Giveaway of Two Million Books to U.S. Troops and Veterans
April 29, 2002 (02-062)
New Online Collection Documents Slaves' Experiences in U.S. Courts
April 26, 2002 (02-057)
Library of Congress Performing Arts Series Concludes with New Volume on Broadcasting
April 24, 2002 (02-061)
September 11 Web Archive Wins 'Site of the Year' Award from Yahoo! Internet Life
April 22, 2002 (02-059)
"River of Words" Awards Ceremony at the Library of Congress Saturday, April 27
April 22, 2002 (02-058)
Poet Laureate Billy Collins Appointed to Serve a Second Term
April 22, 2002 (02-056)
Copyright Office to Hold Public Discussion on Notice and Records of Use of Sound Recordings on the Internet
April 19, 2002 (02-060)
Media Advisory: Library of Congress Buildings Closed to Tourists on April 20
April 18, 2002 (02-055)
"The Lawyer as Judge" to Be Subject of Law Day Program: Program Is Part of Series on "Representing the Lawyer in American Culture"
April 17, 2002 (02-054)
Chinese Puppet Theater to Perform at the Library of Congress
April 15, 2002 (02-053)
America's Library Web Site for Children and Families Reaches 250 Million 'Hits'
April 15, 2002 (02-052)
New Book about Libraries and Reading in the Cold War Published by the Center for the Book
April 15, 2002 (02-051)
"What Went Wrong...and Why": Two Prominent Scholars of Islam to Host Discussion at the Library of Congress
April 9, 2002 (02-049)
Library of Congress Pays Tribute to Roger L. Stevens in New Exhibition Opening May 16
April 9, 2002 (02-048)
Third Annual Myron M. Weinstein Memorial Lecture on the Hebraic Book Will Be Held at the Library of Congress on May 7
April 3, 2002 (02-047)
"Poetry for the People" at the Library of Congress: A Program Celebrating National Poetry Month
April 3, 2002 (02-045)
First of Three Companion Volumes to "World Treasures" Exhibition Is Published
April 3, 2002 (02-043)
Koussevitzky Foundation Announces Commission Winners for 2001

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March

March 27, 2002 (02-044)
Former Ambassador to Deliver 10th Annual Vardanants Day Armenian Lecture
March 26, 2002 (02-041)
Cholly Atkins Discusses His Recent Autobiography Class Act: The Jazz Life of Cholly Atkins at the Library of Congress May 16
March 20, 2002 (02-040)
Media Advisory: National Recording Preservation Board Holds First Meeting at Library of Congress
March 20, 2002 (02-039)
Identifying the Father of Sally Hemings' Children: Helen Leary to Discuss the Genealogical Evidence on April 16
March 20, 2002 (02-038)
National Standard Developed for the Digital Talking Book
March 20, 2002 (02-037)
National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped Announces Telecommunications Initiatives
March 18, 2002 (02-035)
Film Series Honors Veterans
March 18, 2002 (02-034)
Iowa Center for the Book Approved
March 14, 2002 (02-036)
2002 Witter Bynner Fellows George Bilgere and Katia Kapovich to Read at the Library of Congress
March 14, 2002 (02-033)
Rep. Tom Davis to Speak at FLICC Forum on March 19 -- Topic Is Homeland Security: The Impact of Policy Changes on Government Information Access
March 12, 2002 (02-032)
Federal Libraries and Information Centers, Librarians and Technicians Win FLICC Awards
March 11, 2002 (02-031)
Christopher de Hamel to Discuss the Library's Giant Bible of Mainz at Second Rare Book Forum on Thursday, April 4
March 11, 2002 (02-030)
Poets Carolyn Kizer and Miller Williams to Read Their Poems at the Library of Congress
March 20, 2002 (02-029)
American Folklife Center Begins Concert Series
March 8, 2002 (02-028)
Center for the Book to Sponsor April 11-13 Conference in Philadelphia About the History of Libraries in the U.S.
March 7, 2002 (02-027)
100 One-Night Reads to Be Featured at Library of Congress "Books & Beyond" Presentation on April 17
March 4, 2002 (02-026)
Final Release of Abraham Lincoln Papers Now Available Online
March 4, 2002 (02-025)
New York Center for the Book Approved
March 4, 2002 (02-024)
Veterans History Project Seeks Histories of Women Veterans
March 1, 2002 (02-023)
Ansel Adams Images of Japanese Internment Camp and Diary of Events in Washington, D.C., During the Civil War Now Available Online
March 1, 2002 (02-022)
Media Advisory: Library to Host Local History Program for Washington, D.C., Elementary School Students on March 13

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February

February 25, 2002 (02-021)
Expert to Discuss Rare "Eureka" Manuscript May 14
February 25, 2002 (02-020)
Creativity and Spirituality of African American Women to Be Featured at Library of Congress Program on Tuesday, March 19
February 21, 2002 (02-019)
Gerri Hirshey Discusses Her Book We Gotta Get Out of This Place: The True, Tough Story of Women in Rock at the Library of Congress March 13
February 15, 2002 (02-018)
Swann Foundation Fellowship Application Deadline Extended
February 15, 2002 (02-017)
Library of Congress Releases Several New Online Collections of American Historical Materials
February 11, 2002 (02-016)
Library of Congress Convenes Sessions for Input on National Digital Collection, Access and Preservation Project
February 8, 2002 (02-015)
Media Advisory: Veterans History Project Seeks African-American Veteran Histories
February 15, 2002 (02-014)
Country Singer and Songwriter Jett Williams to Deliver Women's History Month Keynote Address
February 12, 2002 (02-013)
District of Columbia's Chief Health Officer to Deliver African American History Month Keynote Address
February 1, 2002 (02-012)
Classics Illustrated Series of Comics-Style Literary Masterpieces (1941-71) to Be Discussed on Tuesday, March 5
February 1, 2002 (02-009)
Historian Jill Lepore to Discuss Her New Book on Tuesday February 26
February 1, 2002 (02-003)
Spring Literary Programs Announced

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January

January 25, 2002 (02-010)
Newly Restored Classic "Cinderella" To Be Shown at the Library of Congress
January 24, 2002 (02-008)
"American Treasures" Exhibition Features Women's History Resources
January 24, 2002 (02-007)
Media Advisory: Library of Congress Extends Exhibition of Japanese Wood-Block Prints Through February 9
January 18, 2002 (02-011)
New Guide to Women's History Resources to Be Featured at Library of Congress Program on February 21
January 18, 2002 (02-006)
Poets David Lehman and Joshua Weiner to Read Their Poems
January 18, 2002 (02-005)
FSA Photographs of "Children of the Depression" to Be Discussed on February 13
January 18, 2002 (02-004)
Bluegrass Odyssey Explores Roots of a Uniquely American Musical Form
January 10, 2002 (02-002)
Discussions on Islam in America Open to Public
January 10, 2002 (01-182)
Library of Congress Publishes New Guide to Women's History Resources
January 4, 2002 (02-001)
Poetry 180: U.S. Poet Laureate Launches Project to Encourage Poetry in High Schools
January 2, 2002 (01-188)
Barnum's Bird Flies at the Library of Congress

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