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Reged: 11/02/12

Loc: Chula Vista & Indio, CA
Library of Congress new
      #5877237 - 05/22/13 12:40 AM

My wife and I recently visited the LOC. We had an opportunity to sit in the stunningly beautiful reading room where I read the Encyclopedia of Spies, of all things. It really was an interesting book and when it was time to leave I asked the librarian if the collection was digitized so I could finish reading it. He didn't know so tonight I finally got around to searching the digitized collection of the Library of Congress. What I did find was a very large collection of astronomy related material, both fact and fiction, including a large number of photographs and movies available for download. I think this will turn out to be very interesting.

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Ely Kid

Reged: 11/07/08

Loc: South Texas
Re: Library of Congress [Re: CharlesW]
      #5878473 - 05/22/13 04:17 PM

You are right--the Library of Congress is a great place, and you can find a lot of their material on the Internet.

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Reged: 06/24/03

Loc: Los Angeles
Re: Library of Congress new [Re: GeneT]
      #5913822 - 06/10/13 07:21 PM

Not the LOC, but has years of reading material:

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