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[Library of Congress Catalog, no. 5; invoice of 1800]

Shows pages 2 and 3 with lists of books and prices.

Apprentices' library / A. Anderson sc.

Print shows an elderly man, holding a walking stick, directing two young boys to a library that glows on the top of a hill in the distance. Possibly a membership card or bookplate for Colonel James Anderson's M... more

Public library and temple of the winds / W. Simpson del. ; E. Walker lith. ; Day & Son, Lithrs. to the Queen.

Destruction of the public library and the Temple of the Winds following the Russian evacuation of Sevastopolʹ on September 8th 1855.

Architectural drawing for doors ("library door and gallery door") for the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

Working drawing showing iron doors as plan, elevation, section, and detail.

War Department Library Photographs, Vol. 32, Quarter Master General Construction and Transportation

Hand-written bindery instructions for a collection of photographs showing layout of the album title on the spine.

Interior of Library of Congress

Stereograph showing an interior view of the Library of Congress with reading room and stacks in the U.S. Capitol building.

[Lenox Library, New York City. Perspective rendering]

Original architectural drawing, a presentation rendering, showing the Lenox Library on Fifth Avenue in perspective from northwest.

[Library of Congress, Thomas Jefferson Building. Second story showing third tier of alcoves]

Competition drawing showing second story alcoves, clerks offices, and chart rooms as plan.

Designs for a memorial library / Mr. R.S. Atkinson and Mr. F.W. Stickney.

Illustration shows a renderings and floor plan for a library.

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