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December

December 27, 1999 (99-192)
African Americans in Ohio and Civil War Maps Are Subjects of New Web Presentations
December 23, 1999 (99-191)
Arkansas Center for the Book Approved
December 23, 1999 (99-190)
Pennsylvania Center for the Book Established
December 23, 1999 (99-189)
District of Columbia Center for the Book Approved
December 23, 1999 (99-188)
Library of Congress to Continue British-American Film Series
December 22, 1999 (99-187)
Library's National Digital Library Program Wins Best in Education Web Site Award from GII
December 22, 1999 (99-186)
Jazz Film Series Begins at Library of Congress January 10 -- "Louis Prima: The Wildest" First Film on Schedule
December 21, 1999 (99-185)
"Meeting of Frontiers" Web Site Chronicles Parallel History of America's West and Russia's East
December 21, 1999 (99-178)
Suzanne Smith Discusses Her New Book, Dancing in the Street: Motown and the Cultural Politics of Detroit, January 26 [RESCHEDULED TO FEBRUARY 23]
December 14, 1999 (99-183)
Library of Congress Wins GII Award for Best Education Web Site: Library Exemplifies a Standard of Excellence for Best Practices and Innovation on the Web
December 10, 1999 (99-184)
Washington Post Writer Juan Williams To Discuss Latest Book, Thurgood Marshall: American Revolutionary
December 10, 1999 (99-182)
World's Largest Library Integrates Its Records Systems
December 7, 1999 (99-179)
Library Moves Closer to Digital Talking Books with Installation of the State-of-the-Art Recording Facility

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November

November 23, 1999 (99-176)
Novelist Herman Wouk Honored in New Library of Congress Publication
November 22, 1999 (99-175)
Library of Congress to Exhibit World War II Era Prints and Drawings by Arthur Szyk
November 17, 1999 (99-172)
New Library Publication Describes Medieval Manuscript Books
November 16, 1999 (99-174)
Librarian of Congress Names 25 More Films to National Film Registry
November 5, 1999 (99-171)
Librarian of Congress and Architect of the Capitol Break Ground for Collections Storage Facility at Ft. Meade
November 5, 1999 (99-168)
Library of Congress Presents The Beijing Trio on Nov. 13

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October

October 27, 1999 (99-165)
Gloria Kaiser to Lecture on Brazilian Writers
October 27, 1999 (99-164)
Media Advisory: Wolfgang Petritsch to Deliver 1999 Vienna Lecture
October 27, 1999 (99-162)
Major Hemingway Collection Donated to Library
October 25, 1999 (99-167)
Media Advisory: Major Hemingway Collection Donated to Library
October 21, 1999 (99-161)
George Washington's Legacy To Be Discussed at the Library on November 19-20
October 20, 1999 (99-163)
Dutch Author Edith Velmans to Read Nov. 8
October 20, 1999 (99-157)
Teman Treadway to Appear at the Library of Congress Nov. 4 in "Call Me Ishmael": Selections from Moby-Dick; or, The Whale
October 19, 1999 (99-160)
Library of Congress Commemorative Stamp Design Is Unveiled
October 14, 1999 (99-156)
Da Camera of Houston to Perform at Library of Congress Founder's Day Concert
October 13, 1999 (99-153)
Massachusetts Center for the Book Approved
October 8, 1999 (99-154)
John Hébert Appointed Chief of Library of Congress Geography and Map Division
October 8, 1999 (99-152)
Author Geoffrey Perret To Discuss His Recent Book, Eisenhower, at the Library of Congress Nov. 1
October 8, 1999 (99-138)
C-SPAN "American Presidents" Video Available on Library Web Site
October 7, 1999 (99-151)
American Folklife Center To Hold Benefit Concert
October 7, 1999 (99-149)
American South Represented in Three New Online Collections
October 5, 1999 (99-143)
The Spirit of Christmas in Wartime Is Subject of Library Publication
October 4, 1999 (99-148)
Library of Congress Presents Reading The Defiant Muse: Hebrew Women's Project
October 4, 1999 (99-147)
Library of Congress Launches Web-Braille on the Internet for Blind and Visually Impaired Library Users
October 4, 1999 (99-146)
Poets Kenneth Carroll and Donna Masini To Read Their Poems at the Library of Congress Oct. 21
October 4, 1999 (99-145)
The Race for Empire in Central Asia To Be Discussed at the Library on Nov. 2
October 4, 1999 (99-144)
Poet Laureate Robert Pinsky Opens Fall 1999 Literary Series on Oct. 7: Favorite Poem Project Progresses

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September

September 22, 1999 (99-140)
Swann Foundation Now Accepting Applications for Graduate Fellowship in Caricature and Cartoon
September 22, 1999 (99-139)
Library of Congress To Exhibit American Prints and Drawings in "Life of the People: Realist Prints and Drawings from the Ben and Beatrice Goldstein Collection, 1912-1948"
September 19, 1999 (99-137)
Center for the Book to Participate in "New York Is Book Country" Book Fair on September 26
September 16, 1999 (99-136)
Michael Eisner, Kofi Annan, and Christopher Reeve To Be Interviewed at the Library of Congress
September 15, 1999 (99-135)
New Online Collections Focus on Two American Presidents: Songs About Lincoln and Film of Theodore Roosevelt -- the First President Chronicled on Film
September 15, 1999 (99-132)
Italian Author Claudio Magris To Read
September 9, 1999 (99-133)
Norwegian Author Per Petterson to Read
September 9, 1999 (99-131)
Pickford Theater to Present British-American Film Series
September 9, 1999 (99-130)
Library of Congress Produces One-Millionth CIP Record
September 9, 1999 (99-128)
Library Staffers Receive Federal Librarians Round Table Awards
September 8, 1999 (99-124)
Leading Cognitive Neuroscientists to Speak at the Library Oct. 6 at Conference on the Science of Thought
September 2, 1999 (99-127)
Joint Exhibition with the British Library Opens November 17: "John Bull and Uncle Sam: Four Centuries of British-American Relations"

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August

August 31, 1999 (99-125)
Media Advisory: Library Cosponsors International Literacy Day Celebration
August 30, 1999 (99-126)
Calvin Coolidge and His Era and American Quilts Are Subjects of New Online Collections
August 18, 1999 (99-111)
Library of Congress-American Library Association Free Promotion/Activity Materials Available
August 12, 1999 (99-123)
Library of Congress Announces 1999-2000 Concert Season; Kickoff for Three-Year Bicentennial Musical Series "I Hear America Singing"
August 11, 1999 (99-122)
Author of For the Love of Books to Speak at the Library on September 29
August 10, 1999 (99-110)
1531 Mesoamerican Document To Be Displayed in "American Treasures of the Library of Congress"
August 5, 1999 (99-121)
Literary Maps Are Featured in New Library of Congress Publication
August 5, 1999 (99-120)
Political Cartoonist Paul Conrad to Discuss His New Book on September 8 at the Library
August 2, 1999 (99-108)
Center for the Book Invites Descriptions of Reading Promotion Projects for its Web Site
August 2, 1999 (99-107)
Resource Notebook for Library-Museum-Head Start Project Published by the Library

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July

July 30, 1999 (99-099)
November Poetry Reading Planned in Observance of Library's Bicentennial
July 29, 1999 (99-100)
Awards Program Recognizes Outstanding Federal Libraries, Librarians and Library Technicians
July 29, 1999 (99-088)
Library of Congress Publishes Annual Report for 1998
July 28, 1999 (99-101, etc.)
Russian Leadership Program: About 2,000 Russian Political and Civic Leaders to Visit Communities in America Between July 28 and September 30
July 12, 1999 (99-095)
New American Memory Online Collections Debut

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June

June 28, 1999 (99-094)
Library of Congress World History Seminar To Be Cybercast
June 28, 1999 (99-070)
House and Senate Leading Effort with Library of Congress to Document America in Local Legacies Program
June 21, 1999 (99-093)
Media Advisory: Library of Congress to Highlight Louisiana "Local Legacies" -- State's Cultural Heritage to Be Documented for Future Generations
June 17, 1999 (99-091)
Grandson of Silent Film Pioneer to Speak
June 29, 1999 (99-090)
National Photo Contest Winners Announced
June 17, 1999 (99-089)
Library of Congress Announces Koussevitzky Commissions for 1998
June 21, 1999 (99-086)
Library of Congress To Open National Digital Library Learning Center
June 17, 1999 (99-085)
Media Advisory: National Digital Library Learning Center Opens
June 14, 1999 (99-087)
Classic Movies to Tour
June 11, 1999 (99-082)
Amine Gemayel, Former President of Lebanon, to Lecture on Mideast Peace June 11
June 8, 1999 (rev.) (99-036)
Media Advisory: Experts To Survey Past and Future in "Frontiers of the Mind" Symposium
June 7, 1999 (99-081)
Library of Congress Publishes Revised Edition of 1943 Work on Declaration of Independence
June 7, 1999 (99-052)
Copyright Office to Increase Fees
June 1, 1999 (99-083)
New Book About Jefferson and Education Published

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May

May 27, 1999 (99-080)
Copyright Office Releases Report on Digital Distance Education
May 27, 1999 (99-079)
Swann Foundation Announces Fellow for 1999-2000
May 27, 1999 (99-075)
Media Advisory: Public Events at the Library of Congress: June - August 1999
May 26, 1999 (99-077)
Library Of Congress Issues 1999 Catalog of Publications
May 25, 1999 (99-076)
Library of Congress Displays Thomas Jefferson's Rough Draft of the Declaration of Independence
May 21, 1999 (99-078)
Library of Congress Closed May 21 Due to Water Emergency
May 20, 1999 (99-074)
Original Drawings for The Water-Babies To Be Exhibited
May 13, 1999 (99-073)
Summer 1999 Film Series Announced at the Library of Congress
May 11, 1999 (99-072)
Virginia and Missouri Win 1999 Boorstin Center for the Book Awards
May 7, 1999 (99-071)
Media Advisory: Press Preview of Eames Exhibition Set for May 17
May 5, 1999 (99-066)
50 Educators to Participate in Library of Congress American Memory Fellows Program: Third Annual Educators Institute to Aid Participants in Use of Electronic Primary Sources
May 5, 1999 (99-063)
Library of Congress Acquires Major Photo Archives
May 3, 1999 (99-069)
Director Liane Brandon to Speak May 13
May 3, 1999 (99-067)
More Than 50 Collections Now Available Online from the Library of Congress: Jefferson, Jazz Age and Animation Are Latest Offerings

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April

April 30, 1999 (99-065)
Library of Congress Presents the George Russell Living Time Orchestra on May 10
April 29, 1999 (99-064)
Media Advisory: Poet Laureate Robert Pinsky to Close 1998-99 Literary Series at the Library of Congress
April 29, 1999 (99-062)
Rep. David Wu (D-Ore.) To Discuss Political Participation for Asian Pacific Americans
April 29, 1999 (99-061)
Library Announces Third Mellon Foreign Area Fellowship Awards
April 29, 1999 (99-060)
Robert Hass to Host "River Of Words" Program at Library on Saturday, May 8
April 29, 1999 (99-059)
Ralph Ellison's Two Novels To Be Discussed at the Library of Congress June 29 and 30
April 22, 1999 (99-058)
Media Advisory: All Three Library of Congress Buildings to Close on Friday, April 23
April 21, 1999 (99-057)
Media Advisory: Thomas Jefferson Building of Library of Congress to Close at 2 p.m. on Friday, April 23
April 21, 1999 (99-051)
Library of Congress Publishes Facsimile of a Rare 1562 Map of the Americas
April 20, 1999 (99-055)
Gold Rush Historian J.S. Holliday to Discuss His New Book on June 10 at the Library
April 20, 1999 (99-046)
12 Winners Announced in Final Round of Library of Congress/Ameritech National Digital Library Competition
April 20, 1999 (99-054)
Center for the Book and Weekly Reader Corporation Announce "Letters About Literature" Essay Contest Winners
April 14, 1999 (99-017)
Mellon Foundation Gives Library of Congress Grant To Digitize Hannah Arendt Papers
April 14, 1999 (99-049)
Library of Congress Kicks Off Bicentennial Gifts to the Nation Project
April 14, 1999 (99-048)
Library of Congress Announces Worldwide Search for Lost Books of Thomas Jefferson: Dallas Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones to Fund Effort
April 12, 1999 (99-050)
Media Advisory/Photo Opportunity: Dallas Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones to Give $1 Million to Library of Congress
April 7, 1999 (99-047)
Library of Congress Receives Grant to Preserve Films
April 6, 1999 (99-045)
Media Advisory: Press Briefing with Robert Pinsky, Three-Time Poet Laureate
April 5, 1999 (99-044)
Harpsichordist Rinaldo Alessandrini to Perform at Library of Congress
April 5, 1999 (99-043)
Librarian of Congress Makes Unprecedented Poetry Appointments
April 5, 1999 (99-042)
Media Advisory: District Students to Hear Readings from Manuscripts, Rare Books in "Building a Nation of Readers" Program
April 1, 1999 (99-040)
Media Advisory: Gerry Mulligan Celebration at Library of Congress

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March

March 24, 1999 (99-041)
Washingtonians to Read Favorite Poems at the Library of Congress April 7
March 23, 1999 (99-029)
Papers of Ameen F. Rihani, Pioneering Arab-American Author, Donated to Library of Congress
March 22, 1999 (99-039)
FLICC Awards Honor Federal Librarians, Technicians, Libraries and Information Centers
March 18, 1999 (99-038)
New Online Materials Debut from the Library of Congress
March 17, 1999 (99-037)
Gerry Mulligan Exhibition and Concert at Library of Congress April 6
March 16, 1999 (99-034)
Senator George Mitchell To Receive Wickersham Award for Public Service from Friends of the Law Library of Congress
March 11, 1999 (99-035)
Digital Library Visitors' Center To Close March 19 for Renovation
March 11, 1999 (99-026)
Final-Round Winners of Library of Congress/Ameritech National Digital Library Competition to Be Announced This Spring
March 2, 1999 (99-033)
Seventh Class of Library of Congress - Soros Foundation Fellows Announced
March 2, 1999 (99-032)
Poets Stuart Dischell and Brenda Hillman To Read Their Poems at the Library of Congress

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February

February 25, 1999 (99-031)
Young People's Poetry Week To Be Launched April 7
February 25, 1999 (99-030)
Vietnam Women's Memorial Project Leaders To Discuss Women's Patriotic Service on March 9
February 23, 1999 (99-028)
Washington Mystics Team Captain Nikki McCray To Deliver Women's History Month Keynote Address
February 22, 1999 (99-027)
Teman Treadway To Appear in "To Ithaca: Selections from Homer's Odyssey"
February 18, 1999 (99-023)
U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees Sadako Ogata To Speak on National Identity and International Pressures March 10
February 17, 1999 (99-025)
Dale C. Williams Appointed Inspector General
February 17, 1999 (99-024)
Poets Donald Hall and Charles Simic To Read March 4
February 17, 1999 (99-022)
Library of Congress Offers Spanish-Language Tours
February 17, 1999 (99-019)
Peggy Bulger Appointed Director of American Folklife Center
February 11, 1999 (99-020)
U.S. Court of Appeals Upholds Librarian on Satellite Fees
February 11, 1999 (99-018)
New Biography of Walt Whitman To Be Discussed on March 22
February 10, 1999 (99-015)
AT&T Gives $3.5 Million Grant to National Digital Library Program
February 8, 1999 (99-016)
Media Advisory: AT&T Gives $3.5 Million Grant to Library of Congress for National Digital Library Program
February 8, 1999 (99-014)
Poets Richard Howard and Mary Kinzie To Read February 25
February 1, 1999 (99-012)
Abraham Lincoln's 1861 Inaugural Address on Display February 17 - May 28 in "American Treasures of the Library of Congress"
February 1, 1999 (99-011)
Eames Exhibition to Open at Library of Congress May 20

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January

January 29, 1999 (99-013)
Electronic Version of Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules (AACR2-E) Added to Library of Congress's Cataloger's Desktop
January 25, 1999 (99-009)
Library of Congress Announces Spring 1999 Literary Series
January 25, 1999 (99-008)
Poets Mark Doty and Dionisio Martínez to Read
January 22, 1999 (99-007)
Library of Congress and Copyright Office Sign Landmark Agreement with UMI
January 21, 1999 (99-010)
Applications Being Accepted for 1999 American Memory Educators Institute
January 19, 1999 (99-021)
Fourth Preservation Awareness Workshop To Be Held April 13
January 19, 1999 (99-006)
Executive Director of Black Leadership Forum to Keynote African-American History Month
January 19, 1999 (99-003)
Rep. John Lewis to Discuss His Book on the Civil Rights Movement on February 2
January 11, 1999 (99-004)
German Author Uwe Timm to Read on February 9
January 11, 1999 (99-002)
Publication of African-American Newspaper and Periodical Bibliography To Be Feted February 9
January 9, 1999 (99-001)
Poets Agha Shahid Ali and Rafael Campo to Read at the Library of Congress

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