July/August 2002 - Vol. 61, No. 7/8
Library and First Lady Announce National Book Festival
Veterans share their stories with the world through the American Folklife Center's Veterans History Project.
HOOSIERS AT WAR
Sen. Richard G. Lugar (R-Ind.) shared a wealth of his state's veterans' information with the Library.
A CALL TO ACTION
Librarian of Congress James H. Billington dedicates a "living momunent."
A HOME FOR SCHOLARS
The Library has officially unveiled the new John W. Kluge Center for resident scholars in the Jefferson Building.
Two members of the Library staff have been selected as Kluge Staff Fellows.
KING GESAR'S WORLD
Kluge Scholar Robin Kornman discussed the Tibetan Gesar of Ling epic at the Library May 23.
New rates for transmission of audio on the Internet have been announced by the Copyright Office.
REMEMBERING SEPTEMBER 11
The Library will mount an extensive exhibition and host several programs commemorating the anniversary of terrorist attacks on America.
SAVE OUR SOUNDS
A new grant will help the Library restore and digitize endangered audio recordings.
The Library has introduced real-time reference through the Web.
CARTOON AND CARICATURE FOUNDATION
The Swann Foundation at the Library has selected a fellow for 2002-2003; also, applications are being accepted for 2003-2004.
A NEW MUSICAL SEASON
The Library has announced its 2002-2003 schedule of free concerts.
LIBRARY NAMES NEW TECHNOLOGY DIRECTOR
Former Justice official appointed.
22 EVENTS IN 22 STATES
The Center for the Book promotes the National Book Festival.