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Lc 1. 2 :C 76/ 6 : For Congress and the Nation : a chronological history of the Library of Congress through 1975 / by John Y. Cole.
Lc 1. 2 :C 76/ 9 : Ten First Street, Southeast : Congress builds a library, 1886-1897 : an exhibition in the Great Hall and on the second floor of the Thomas Jefferson Building, Library of Congress / Helen-Anne Hilker.
Lc 1. 2 :C 76/ 11 : To make all laws : the Congress of the United States, 1789-1989 / James H. Hutson.
Lc 1. 2 :D 56/ 6 : The FY2019-2023 digital strategic plan of the Library of Congress / Library of Congress.
Lc 1. 2 :D 56/ 6/ 2 : The FY2019-2023 digital strategic plan of the Library of Congress / Library of Congress.
Lc 1. 2 :D 81 : Stick to reality and a dream : celebrating America's young readers : a lecture for the Year of the Young Reader, presented on November 17, 1988 at the Library of Congress / by Katherine Paterson.
Lc 1. 2 :En 3/ 774- 78 : English defenders of American freedoms, 1774-1778 : six pamphlets attacking British policy / compiled by Paul H. Smith.
Lc 1. 2 :H 62/ 5 : Historic America : buildings, structures, and sites / recorded by the Historic American Buildings Survey and the Historic American Engineering Record ; checklist compiled by Alicia Stamm ; essays edited by C. Ford Peatross.
Lc 1. 2 :H 62/ 7 : America preserved : a checklist of historic buildings, structures, and sites / recorded by the Historic American Buildings Survey/Historic American Engineering Record ; introduction by Marilyn Ibach and Georgette R. Wilson.
Lc 1. 2 :H 62/ 8 : Gathering history : the Marian S. Carson collection of Americana / historical overview by Robert V. Remini ; with essays by Gerard W. Gawalt [and others] ; edited by Sara Day.
Lc 1. 2 :M 46 : Media interaction with the public in emergency situations [electronic resource] : four case studies : a report / prepared under an interagency agreement by the Federal Research Service, Library of Congress ; authors, LaVerle Berry, Amanda Jones, Terence Powers.
Lc 1. 2 :M 69i : The sesquicentennial of statehood: Mississippi; an exhibition in the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C., December 10, 1967, to October 31, 1968.
Lc 1. 2 :M 69o : Missouri: the sesquicentennial of statehood; an exhibition in the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C., December 15, 1971, to September 4, 1972. / [Prepared by Arthur G. Burton and Leonard C. Faber].
Lc 1. 2 :R 72/ 3 : A catalog of the gifts of Lessing J. Rosenwald to the Library of Congress, 1943 to 1975.
Lc 1. 2 :R 92/ 3 : Russia looks at America : the view to 1917 / by Robert V. Allen.
Lc 1. 2 :Sa 5 : "Moonlight dries no mittens" : Carl Sandburg reconsidered / by Daniel Hoffman.
Lc 1. 2 :Sci 2/ 4 : The tradition of science : landmarks of western science in the collections of the Library of Congress / Leonard C. Bruno.
Lc 1. 2 :Sci 2/ 6 : Vital connections : children, science, and books : papers from a symposium sponsored by the Children's Literature Center / edited by Wendy Saul & Sybille A. Jagusch.
Lc 1. 2 :So 1 : The sociology and psychology of terrorism [electronic resource] : who becomes a terrorist and why? : a report / prepared under an interagency agreement by the Federal Research Division, Library of Congress ; author, Rex A. Hudson ; editor, Marilyn Majeska.
Lc 1. 2 :T 71/ 2 : Domestic trends to the year 2015: forecasts for the United States : demography, the economy, resources, education, society, technology, military science, geopolitics and threat / authors: Boris Bohun-Chudniv [and seven others].
Lc 1. 2 :V 94 : 1492, an ongoing voyage / John R. Hebert, editor.