This program describes the services provided by the Library of Congress and the diverse items that comprise its unrivaled collections including; books in hundreds of languages, original ... See full summary »

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Episode credited cast:
Melissa Bethel ...
Herself - Registration Specialist
James H. Billington ...
Himself - Librarian of Congress (as Dr. James H. Billington)
Mark Dimunation ...
Himself - Chief, Rare Books
Fenella France ...
Herself - Research Scientist, Preservation (as Fenella France PhD)
Sheridan Harvey ...
Herself - Reference Specialist
Ronnie Hawkins ...
Himself - Multimedia Specialist
John Hebert ...
Himself - Chief, Geography & Maps (as John Hebert PhD)
Steve Herman ...
Himself - Chief, Collections Management
James Hutson ...
Himself - Chief, Manuscripts (as James Hutson PhD)
Gregory Lukow ...
Himself - Motion Picttures & Sound
Stephen Nease ...
Himself - Chief of Technology Packard Campus
Joseph Puccio ...
Himself - Director, Acquisitions
Ed Redmond ...
Himself - Reference Specialist, Maps
Meredith Rizzo ...
Herself - Digital Imaging Production
Liz Scheffler ...
Herself - Chief of Operations, Copyright
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This program describes the services provided by the Library of Congress and the diverse items that comprise its unrivaled collections including; books in hundreds of languages, original manuscripts, maps, photographs, films, sheet music, sound recordings and even musical instruments. The Library of Congress is at the forefront in preserving these diverse media and the various techniques it utilizes are explained and demonstrated. Written by David Foss

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10 June 2010 (USA)  »

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