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Carla Hayden
14th Librarian of Congress. Let's explore and together.
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It was a pleasure to welcome Winston Churchill’s great-great granddaughter Zoe to the during her internship on Capitol Hill. During her visit we showed items from the Manuscript Division incl items from the Churchill collection.
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Carla Hayden Dec 13
Christopher Nolan’s “Memento” is one of the 25 films added to the National Film Registry today. Here’s my conversation with the award-winning director.
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Carla Hayden Dec 13
We announced today 25 great films to be added to the National Film Registry. Tune to tonight at 8pm ET when I join for a discussion & screening of selected films from the Film Registry.
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Carla Hayden Dec 13
Happy Holidays from the ! Fun morning reading “‘Twas the Night Before Christmas” to children in the Great Hall. Plus.. Santa made a special appearance!
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Library of Congress Dec 12
Happy Hanukkah from the Library of Congress. Design drawing for stained-glass menorah, J&R Lamb Studios
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Carla Hayden Dec 12
Happy Hanukkah!
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US Copyright Office Dec 12
I Have A Little Dreidel aka Dreidel Song, based on Mikhl Gelbart’s (pseudonym Ben Arn) Yiddish composition, was composed in 1896 with English lyrics by Samuel S. Grossman. Many artists have registered their versions with the Copyright Office. Happy Hanukkah!
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Carla Hayden Dec 12
The tree is up! Hope you can join me tomorrow for a Holiday story time with special appearances by Santa and Mrs. Claus. Wed, Dec 13, 11am.
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Carla Hayden Dec 11
Way to go Caleb! You are an inspiration. You have an open invitation to visit the in Washington, D.C. and I would love to show you more books!
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TeenTechSF Dec 9
Video msg from Carla Hayden to the about how are the and how to determine truthfulness of sources in a world of
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Carla Hayden Dec 11
Keaton you are brave and a wonderful young man. What makes you different is what makes you great! Stay strong in school. It does get better. You have a friend here in Washington.
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Carla Hayden Dec 8
I had a wonderful morning with during a special story time with hundreds of children. Seeing the smiles on the kids’ faces was so rewarding.
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US Copyright Office Dec 8
Welcome to the Library of Congress ! Paddington has been part of the Copyright Office records since October 13, 1958, when author Michael Bond registered A Bear Called Paddington.
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Carla Hayden Dec 7
Remembering Pearl Harbor today. The has the first military dispatch that said: AIR RAID ON PEARL HARBOR X THIS IS NOT DRILL.
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Carla Hayden Dec 6
Replying to @librarycongress
My apologies it should be Andy Leaf.
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Carla Hayden Dec 6
It was an honor to show the first edition (1936) of "The Story of Ferdinand" to the author's son, Alex Leaf from the Rare Books Division.
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Carla Hayden Dec 6
Thank you for visiting today. You inspired a lot of children!
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Carla Hayden Dec 6
Thank you to who did a wonderful job reading “The Story of Ferdinand” to a packed auditorium of children today. He’s a great ambassador for reading, literacy and learning.
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Carla Hayden Dec 6
Enjoy Washington ! Save the best for last, . I’m excited for you to join me for story time on Friday.
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Carla Hayden Dec 5
It was an honor to join for the opening of the on the campus of . Amazing treasures available for all Americans to see.
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