December 2007
Library of Congress Information Bulletin;Dec2007, Vol. 66 Issue 12, p239
The article describes Carol M. Highsmith's photographs of the Thomas Jefferson Building of the Library of Congress in Washington D.C. It states that the photographs will allow visitors to understand more the Library's mission on sustaining and preserving a universal collection of knowledge and creativity. The images depict the mosaics, murals, the Great Hall, and the Main Reading Room. She also took shots of the Library's James Madison Building and its John Adams building. Highsmith started donating her archives of photographs to the Prints and Photographs Division at the Library of Congress in 1992.


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