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December

December 28, 2004 (04-215)
Librarian of Congress Adds 25 Films to National Film Registry
December 28, 2004 (04-212)
Robert MacNeil To Discuss His New Book on January 12
December 28, 2004 (04-209)
Library of Congress, Virginia Historical Society and Library of Virginia Cooperate on Joint Civil War Map Site
December 20, 2004 (04-213)
Media Advisory: 2004 National Film Registry Picks To Be Announced by Librarian of Congress
December 17, 2004 (04-208)
Robert Mason To Discuss His Book on Richard Nixon on Jan. 13
December 16, 2004 (04-211)
Library of Congress Publishes New Guide to American Folklife Center
December 13, 2004 (04-210)
Library of Congress Seeks Applications for Coca-Cola Fellowship for Study of Advertising and Culture
December 6, 2004 (04-206)
China's Economy Is Subject of Lecture Dec. 10
December 6, 2004 (04-204)
Authors Jared Carter and Debra Magpie Earling To Read Dec. 9
December 3, 2004 (04-203)
Second $1 Million Kluge Prize for Lifetime Achievement in the Humanities and Social Sciences To Be Awarded Dec. 8

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November

November 30, 2004 (04-199)
Library of Congress Signs Memorandum of Understanding with the National Library and Archives of the Islamic Republic of Iran
November 29, 2004 (04-200)
Library of Congress Announces Winners of John W. Kluge Prize for Lifetime Achievement in the Humanities and Social Sciences
November 23, 2004 (04-184)
Kluge Center to Present Conference on "Bam, Past & Future" Dec. 13-14
November 22, 2004 (04-202)
Jerry Grcevich to Perform Dec. 8
November 22, 2004 (04-201)
Cartoonist and Writer Brian Walker to Discuss American Comic Strips Dec. 1
November 16, 2004 (04-197)
Menachem Schmelzer to Discuss 18th Century Jewish Enlightenment and the Hebrew Press Dec. 7 at Library of Congress
November 10, 2004 (04-198)
Lecture Series on "Managing Knowledge and Creativity in a Digital Context" to Be Aired Live on C-SPAN
November 8, 2004 (04-194)
Kluge Center Opens Series on Digital Issues
November 5, 2004 (04-196)
Veterans History Project Salutes Veterans the Week of Nov. 8
November 5, 2004 (04-193)
American Indian Music and Dance Troupe to Perform Nov. 17
November 5, 2004 (04-190)
Indian Casino Gaming Is Subject of Panel Discussion Nov. 18
November 5, 2004 (04-189)
Dancer-Choreographer Katherine Dunham Subject of New Web Presentation
November 2, 2004 (04-185)
Theatrical Adaptations of "Voices of War" and "The Things They Carried" to Be Performed in November
November 1, 2004 (04-191)
"Voices of War" to Be Published Veterans Day

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October

October 29, 2004 (04-192)
PSA: John Hope Franklin and Judge Robert L. Carter Nov. 9
October 27, 2004 (04-187)
Film Series to Feature Films of Mexican Director Fernando de Fuentes
October 22, 2004 (04-195)
"From Haven to Home" Exhibition to Be Extended to Dec. 30
October 22, 2004 (04-188)
Film Recreating the Splendor of Persian Palaces to Be Shown Oct. 22
October 22, 2004 (04-186)
Keynote Speeches Celebrate American Indian Heritage Month
October 22, 2004 (04-183)
Author and Historian Anthony Pitch to Speak Nov. 9
October 18, 2004 (04-181)
Historian John Hope Franklin and Judge Robert L. Carter Discuss Brown v. Board of Education Nov. 9
October 18, 2004 (04-180)
Selected Works of Vietnamese Poet Ho Xuan Huong to Be Read Dec. 2
October 8, 2004 (04-182)
Authors to Discuss First Daughters and Their President Fathers Oct. 27
October 8, 2004 (04-179)
Author Robert Kapsch to Discuss His Book "Canals" Oct. 19
October 8, 2004 (04-178)
Washington in the Civil War to Be Discussed Oct. 26
October 8, 2004 (04-177)
Rescue of Denmark's Jews During World War II Is Subject of Film Nov. 8
October 8, 2004 (04-176)
An Evening of Arabic Poetry Oct. 21
October 6, 2004 (04-173)
Nadeem Dlaikan to Perform Arabic Music Oct. 20
October 4, 2004 (04-174)
Poet Laureate Ted Kooser to Read Oct. 7

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September

September 30, 2004 (04-171)
Library of Congress Announces Awards of $13.9 Million to Begin Building a Network of Partners for Digital Preservation
September 30, 2004 (04-169)
National Awards Program Recognizes Outstanding Federal Libraries, Librarians and Library Technicians
September 30, 2004 (04-154)
Media Advisory Update: 2004 National Book Festival on the National Mall Oct. 9
September 29, 2004 (04-170)
Media Advisory 2004 - National Book Festival Author Reception
September 16, 2004 (04-168)
Swann Foundation Accepting Fellowship Applications
September 16, 2004 (04-167)
Veterans History Project Highlights More Stories of Sacrifice
September 15, 2004 (04-166)
Jewish Life in America Is Subject of Live Performance

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August

August 31, 2004 (04-153)
Presidents and Their Daughters Is Subject of New Library of Congress Publication
August 31, 2004 (04-150)
Library of Congress Takes the Juilliard Quartet on Tour
August 30, 2004 (04-162)
Keynote Speeches Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month
August 30, 2004 (04-159)
Media Advisory - Exhibition Marking 350th Anniversary of Jewish Life in America to Preview Sept. 7
August 27, 2004 (04-161)
Artist Hanoch Piven to Speak
August 27, 2004 (04-152)
350 Years of Jewish Life in America is Subject of Library of Congress Publication
August 26, 2004 (04-164)
Sephardic Musical Group to Perform at the Library Oct. 25 -- CANCELED
August 24, 2004 (04-156)
Author Jack Gottlieb to Discuss His Book "Funny, It Doesn't Sound Jewish," Sept. 20
August 20, 2004 (04-160)
Media Advisory -- Public Events at the Library of Congress
August 20, 2004 (04-155)
Baritone Thomas Hampson, Jazz Guitarist Bill Frisell and World-Premiere Compositions Spark 2004-2005 Library of Congress Concert Series
August 18, 2004 (04-157)
PSA: Exhibition Marking 350th Anniversary of Jewish Life in America Opens Sept. 9

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August 17, 2004 (04-149)
Film Series on "Movies and the Moral Life" to Be Shown
August 13, 2004 (04-147)
New Encyclopedia of the Library of Congress to Be Published in November
August 12, 2004 (04-151)
Librarian of Congress Appoints Ted Kooser Poet Laureate
August 10, 2004 (04-148)
"The Silence of the Sirens" to Be Shown Oct. 12
August 10, 2004 (04-143)
David B. Larson Fellows Are Named
August 10 , 2004 (04-137)
Classics Professor Kristina Milnor to Present "Barbie" Lecture
August 9, 2004 (04-146)
2004 National Book Festival to Be Held October 9 on the National Mall
August 6, 2004 (04-142)
Rare Lewis Carroll Scrapbook Available Online
August 3, 2004 (04-145)
Author-Singer-Songwriter Ysaye M. Barnwell to Discuss "The Role of Song in the African-American Community"
August 3, 2004 (04-144)
Former Poet Laureate Rita Dove to Read from Her New Book on Sept. 30
August 3, 2004 (04-135)
Author Daniel Mark Epstein to Discuss Recent Book on Sept. 30
August 3, 2004 (04-141)
Phong Nguyen to Perform Vietnamese Music on August 18
August 3, 2004 (04-121)
Library to Host 2003 Americas Awards for Children's and Young Adult Literature

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July

July 29, 2004 (04-140)
Ann Telnaes Exhibition Extended to Sept. 11
July 29, 2004 (04-139)
Vyacheslav Vsevolodovich Ivanov Appointed Holder of the Chair of Modern Culture John W. Kluge Center
July 29, 2004 (04-133)
Judith M. Brown to Discuss Her Book on Nehru on September 13
July 27, 2004 (04-136)
University of Pittsburgh Professor to Lecture on Traditional Chinese Wisdom and the Business World
July 27, 2004 (04-134)
Young Readers Invited to Enter Center for the Book's 2004-2005 National "Letters About Literature" Program
July 21, 2004 (04-132)
Author and Journalist Larry Tye to Discuss "Rising From the Rails" on August 2
July 16, 2004 (04-131)
American Folklife Center Grants First Henry Reed Award
July 16, 2004 (04-130)
Melvyn P. Leffler Named Henry Alfred Kissinger Scholar in Foreign Policy and International Relations
July 16, 2004 (04-122)
National Endowment For the Humanities Grant Will Enable Publication of a Major Library of Congress Folklife Center Collection
July 7, 2004 (04-123)
Menahem Schmelzer Named Senior Distinguished Scholar at the John W. Kluge Center Beginning in September
July 6, 2004 (04-129)
12 Family Literacy Projects Receive Support from the Center for the Book
July 6, 2004 (04-128)
Basque Dancers to Perform on July 14

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June

June 28, 2004 (04-116)
Library of Congress Exhibition Marking 350th Anniversary of Jewish Life in America Opens Sept. 9
June 24, 2004 (04-127)
Law Professor John Norton Moore to Discuss New Book, "Solving the War Puzzle"
June 24, 2004 (04-102)
American Folklife Center and Partners Receive Human Genome Project Grant
June 21, 2004 (04-126)
Anne Provoost Discusses Her New Book, "In the Shadow of the Ark," on June 29
June 21, 2004 (04-124)
Swann Foundation Announces Awards of Academic Grants for 2005-2006
June 14, 2004 (04-125)
Digital Preservation Program Launches Research Grants Initiative
June 14, 2004 (04-119)
Rare Pictographic Chinese Writings Available in Online Presentation
June 7, 2004 (04-118)
Cataloger's Desktop Now Available on the Web
June 1, 2004 (04-115)
Mark A. Noll Appointed to Cary and Ann Maguire Chair in American History and Ethics John W. Kluge Center
June 1, 2004 (04-114)
Lamin Sanneh Appointed to Kluge Center Chair of Countries and Culture of the South in the Library of Congress

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May

May 26, 2004 (04-113)
Gospel Music Featured
May 21, 2004 (04-112)
Women and Entertainment in Arab World is Subject of June 3 Lecture
May 21, 2004 (04-110)
Library of Congress Presents Memorial Day Special on Public Radio
May 21, 2004 (04-109)
2003 Americas Awards for Children's and Young Adult Literature to Be Presented at the Library on June 11
May 21, 2004 (04-108)
The History and Myths Surrounding the U.S. Flag: Authors Discuss American Cultural Icons
May 21, 2004 (04-107)
The Jews of Kurdistan are Subject of Lecture on June 7
May 21, 2004 (04-104)
Library of Congress Veterans History Project Highlights D-Day Experiences
May 21, 2004 (04-039)
Samuel Kravitt Photos and Films Come to the Library of Congress

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May 20, 2004 (04-111)
Veterans History Project Collections to Be Featured in Library of Congress "American Treasures" Exhibition
May 19, 2004 (04-106)
Gallup Organization Executives to Discuss New Business Book
May 19, 2004 (04-105)
Terrorism is topic of Second Annual Holmes Debates to Be Held on June 14
May 17, 2004 (04-103)
Kissinger Scholar Lanxin Xiang Gives Lecture on June 9
May 13, 2004 (04-101)
Bernice Johnson Reagon with Guest Artist Toshi Reagon to Sing "Freedom Songs"
May 10, 2004 (04-100)
Library of Congress Publishes Historic Documentary Color Photographs of America
May 5, 2004 (04-099)
Library of Congress to Offer Programs in Conjunction with Brown V. Board Exhibition
May 5, 2004 (04-097)
Library of Congress to Offer Summer Internships to College Students
May 3, 2004 (04-096)
Jules Verne Society to Meet on May 13-15
May 3, 2004 (04-095)
French Canadian Music Featured in May 18 Concert

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April

April 29, 2004 (04-087)
Library of Congress Veterans History Project to Collect Veterans' Stories on the Mall, May 27-30
April 26, 2004 (04-094)
Poet Laureate Louise Gluck to Read
April 26, 2004 (04-092)
Anne Carson and Claudia Rankine to Read their Poems
April 26, 2004 (04-091)
Historic Baseball Guides, 1889-1939, Available Online
April 23, 2004 (04-093)
Friends Society of the Asian Division to Hold First Annual Meeting on May 1
April 23, 2004 (04-080)
Library of Congress Kluge Center to Present Conference on Tehran May 27
April 23, 2004 (04-078)
Churchill Exhibition Extended to July 10
April 22, 2004 (04-090)
2 Public Service Announcements, 30 Seconds and 60 Seconds, for Traditional Singers Hazel Dickens and Helen Schneyer to Perform on May 15
April 20, 2004 (04-086)
Traditional Singers Hazel Dickens and Helen Schneyer to Perform on May 15
April 20, 2004 (04-085)
Symposium at Kluge Center to Explore "Why China Needs Democracy"
April 19, 2004 (04-081)
Library of Congress Exhibition Marking 50th Anniversary of Brown V. Board of Education Opens May 13
April 16, 2004 (04-083)
Zora Neale Hurston Biographical Performances Return to The Library of Congress May 4
April 16, 2004 (04-082)
Zora Neale Hurston Biographical Performances Return to The Library of Congress May 4

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April 16, 2004 (04-073)
Library Collaborates on Preservation Research with U.S. Dept. of Energy's Lawrence Berkeley Lab
April 15, 2004 (04-088)
Historian Martin Gilbert to Speak
April 15, 2004 (04-084)
Author Carol Jenkins to Discuss Biography Regarding A.G. Gaston, African American Millionaire and Philanthropist
April 15, 2004 (04-079)
Library of Congress Announces 2004 Coca-Cola Fellowship Recipient
April 15, 2004 (04-076)
Library of Congress Honors Dolly Parton with Living Legend Award
April 9, 2004 (04-077)
"The Lawyer as Citizen" Subject of Law Day Program April 27
April 7, 2004 (04-075)
Historian Martin Gilbert to Speak April 30
April 6, 2004 (04-071)
Drawings By Pulitzer Prize-Winning Cartoonist Ann Telnaes to Be Featured on Exhibition
April 6, 2004 (04-064)
$2.5 Million Gift Establishes David B. Larson Fellowship in Health and Spirituality at John W. Kluge Center
April 6, 2004 (04-063)
Library of Congress Announces Gift of Kislak Collection
April 2, 2004 (04-066)
Zbigniew Brzezinski to Speak April 22
April 2, 2004 (04-067)
Russian Poet Yevgeny Yevtushenko to Read April 29
April 1, 2004 (04-074)
Law Professor to Deliver Asian Pacific American Heritage Month Keynote Address at the Library on May 11
April 1, 2004 (04-065)
AACR2 Added to Cataloger's Desktop on the Web

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March

March 30, 2004 (04-060)
Poet Josephine Jacobsen Remembered in National Poetry Month Celebration
March 29, 2004 (04-062)
The 1930s Political Caricatures and Cartoons of Hugo Gellert
March 24, 2004 (04-047)
Alan Lomax Collections Brought Together
March 19, 2004 (04-061)
Librarian of Congress Names 50 New Recordings to the National Recording Registry
March 18, 2004 (04-059)
Announcement of Acquisition of Alan Lomax Collection
March 16, 2004 (04-058)
Herman Wouk to Speak
March 16, 2004 (04-057)
Red Cross Official to Deliver Women's History Month Keynote Address
March 15, 2004 (04-056)
Library of Congress and National Library of Brazil Launch Joint Web Site Dedicated to U.S.-Brazil Interactions
March 15, 2004 (04-055)
Daniel J. Boorstin Memorial Service April 27
March 15, 2004 (04-045)
James Turner to Speak March 31
March 12, 2004 (04-054)
James E. Tobin to Give Presentation About the Wright Brothers
March 12, 2004 (04-053)
Muslim Women and Equality to Be Discussed
March 11, 2004 (04-052)
Mystery Writer Carolyn Hart to Speak

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March 11, 2004 (04-051)
Medici Archive Project is Subject of April 8 Lecture at the Library
March 11, 2004 (04-050)
Robert Aubrey Davis to Read
March 9, 2004 (04-049)
FLICC Announces Awards for Federal Librarianship
March 9, 2004 (04-048)
Janice Lachance to Speak at FLICC Forum on March 25
March 8, 2004 (04-046)
Author Susan Weidman Schneider to Discuss Jewish Women's Issues
March 8, 2004 (04-044)
Sumi Painting is Subject of Slide Show Lecture at the Library on April 20
March 8, 2004 (04-042)
Library of Congress Joins Celebration of La Francophonie with Special Presentation
March 5, 2004 (04-003)
2004 National Book Festival to Be Held October 9
March 4, 2004 (04-041)
Papers of Supreme Court Justice Harry A. Blackmun Opened for Research
March 4, 2004 (04-040)
Alexander Graham Bell Online Project Concludes
March 3, 2004 (04-043)
Cartoonist Nicole Hollander Will Speak
March 3, 2004 (04-026)
American Folklife Center Announces 2004 "Homegrown" Concert Series

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February

February 26, 2004 (04-035)
Nielsen & Bainbridge to Sponsor Science Fellowship
February 25, 2004 (04-038)
Project to Place Papers of Thomas Jefferson Online Is Completed
February 25, 2004 (04-037)
Library of Congress Hosts Opening of Islamic World's Sacred Music Festival March 6
February 24, 2004 (04-036)
Media Advisory: Reception to Celebrate Publication of First Edition of Asian-American Yearbook
February 24, 2004 (04-032A)
Opening of Supreme Court Justice Harry A. Blackmun Papers on March 4
February 24, 2004 (04-032)
Media Advisory: Supreme Court Justice Harry A. Blackmun Papers Open on March 4
February 24, 2004 (04-030)
Eric Jacobson to Discuss His Book on the Political Theology of Walter Benjamin and Gershom Scholem March 18
February 24, 2004 (04-027)
Masters of Mexican Music to Perform April 1
February 20, 2004 (04-034)
Women in Iran is Subject of March 16 Lecture
February 18, 2004 (04-033)
2004 Witter Bynner Fellows to Read
February 17, 2004 (04-025)
Handbook of Latin American Studies Implements Online Protocol

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February 17, 2004 (04-015)
Library of Congress Kluge Center Symposium to Explore 'Statecraft and America's Position in the World'
February 10, 2004 (04-031)
African Herbal Medicine Is Subject of February 23 Lecture
February 12, 2004 (04-029)
Symposium Investigates Winston Churchill's Relationship with "The Great Republic"
February 12, 2004 (04-021)
Library of Congress Veterans History Project Highlights More Stories of Service
February 10, 2004 (04-024)
Celtic Roots: Stories, Songs and Traditions from Across the Sea
February 10, 2004 (04-020)
Koussevitzky Foundation Announces 2003 Commission Winners
February 10, 2004 (04-008)
Book on Tibetan Buddhism in the West to Be Featured in Library of Congress
February 2, 2004 (04-023)
Library Receives Award for Virtual Reference Service
February 2, 2004 (04-022)
Final Online Release of George Washington Papers January 30
February 2, 2004 (04-018)
Library of Congress Presents Children's Book Illustrator Jerry Pinkney
February 2, 2004 (04-017)
Library of Congress Presents Colloquium on Contemporary African Literatures and Cultures

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January

January 29, 2004 (04-010)
Civil Rights Activist Dorothy Height to Discuss New Book February 24
January 20, 2004 (04-011)
Tunisia's Minister of Culture to Speak on January 29
January 16, 2004 (04-009)
Luminary Lectures @ Your Library Winter Schedule
January 15, 2004 (04-007)
U.S. Department of Education Official to Deliver African American History Month Keynote Address
January 15, 2004 (04-004)
Public Service Announcement: 30 Seconds
January 14, 2004 (04-005)
Early Folksong Recordings Available Online From American Folklife Center
January 12, 2004 (04-002)
New Books and Beyond Talk to Feature Two Books on Presidents Garfield and Roosevelt
January 2, 2004 (04-001)
Former Slaves Tell Their Stories in New Library of Congress Audio Presentation

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