23 22 23 23 loc.gov/shop | 1.888.682.3557 | M–F 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. EST inspired by books | 22 LOC Mosaic Tie and Scarf The Great Hall ceiling mosaic lends its design to these refined textiles. Scarf includes names of renowned thinkers like Lord Byron and Aristotle. 100% silk. Imported. 21304194 Tie, 57"l. x 3"w. $39.95 21302004 Scarf, 54"l. x 14"w. $49.95 Library of Congress Exclusive Library of Congress Exclusive Library of Congress Exclusive Library of Congress Exclusive Library of Congress Exclusive Library of Congress Exclusive Library of Congress Exclusive Library of Congress Exclusive Library of Congress Exclusive Leather Jefferson Journal Declare your next great idea in this genuine leather journal embossed with a silhouette of Thomas Jefferson and his quote “I cannot live without books.” Back bears the Library of Congress logo. Includes two metal bookmark charms, a book, and a replica of Houdon’s Jefferson bust. 160 refillable unlined pages. 7.25"l. x 5"w. 21408404 $18.00 Library of Congress Bamboo Bookends These eco-friendly bamboo bookends are the consummate finishing touch for home or office. Each is laser-cut with “Library of Congress” and logo. Felted bottoms protect furniture. Made in USA. Sold as a pair. Each 6"h. x 3"w. x 5"d. Specify: Maple (shown) or Walnut. 21501006 $69.00 Mosaic Glass Tray Our exclusive glass tray mirrors the vibrant stained glass skylights in the Great Hall of the Thomas Jefferson Building. Gift boxed. Made in USA. 10"l. x 6"w. 21508018 $59.95 ‘I Cannot Live Without Books’ Old Fashioned Glass Printed with our favorite quote, this rocks glass replicates a portion of Thomas Jefferson’s letter to John Adams, proclaiming his love of books. It was written in 1815 after the sale of his personal library to Congress. Boxed. Made in USA. 11-oz. capacity. 21505425 $16.00 ‘I Cannot Live Without Books’ Print Printed on a vintage dictionary page, Thomas Jefferson’s quote is the perfect gift for book lovers. Pages will vary. Matted. Frame not included. Made in USA. 14"l. x 11"w. 21603124 $18.95 Vintage-Style Book Caddy Derived from antique book troughs in England, our iron book caddy provides a space-saving design with clean versatile styling that will complement any décor. Antique gold finish. 32"h. x 36"w. x 14.5"d. Allow up to two weeks for white-glove delivery. White-glove delivery includes in-house placement and removal of packaging. 21700008 $695.00 ‘I Cannot Live Without Books’ Pillow The perfect pillow to accent any bibliophile’s décor. Deep navy. Embroidered quote with cord trim. Removable poly/cotton cover. Made in USA. 12"l. x 14"w. 21305033 $40.00 Library of Congress Exclusive Library of Congress Exclusive Library Library Library Library Thomas Jefferson’s Library By 1814, Thomas Jefferson had amassed the largest personal library in the United States. His collection included works on architecture, the arts, science, literature, and geography. His library was arranged by subject matter rather than alphabetically, using the categories of Memory, Reason, and Imagination, a methodology that the Library employed until the late 19th century.