This book tells the story of the first two hundred years of the Library of Congress. James Conaway centers this history around the thirteen men who have been appointed by presidents to lead the Library of Congress. The author investigates how the Librarians' experiences and contributions, as well as the Library's collections, have reflected political and intellectual developments in the United States.
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Subtítulo: THE STORY OF THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS, 1800-2000