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The American Folklife Center, Library of Congress, Announces a
Art, Culture & Government: The New Deal at 75 March 13-14, 2008
Registration for Art, Culture & Government: The New Deal at 75, a
Library of Congress symposium, is now available on line -- please
visit http://www.loc.gov/folklife/newdeal/register-newdeal.php for
the registration form.
On March 13-14, 2008, leading scholars from throughout the United
States will join experts from the Library of Congress in a free
public presentation at the Library of Congress in Washington, DC. The
symposium will re-focus attention on the New Deal, the multi-faceted
social, cultural, and fiscal recovery programs launched by the
Roosevelt administration in 1933, to reform and reinvigorate national
life in the wake of the Great Depression.
Presented by of the American Folklife Center at the Library of
Congress, in collaboration with the Center for the Book, John W.
Kluge Center, and the Prints and Photographs Division, with the
Manuscript Division, the Music Division, the Rare Books Division, and
the Recorded Sound Division.
For additional information on the program, please visit http://
For questions or comments please contact the program coordinator,
Nancy Groce, at [log in to unmask] or 202-707-1744.
Stephanie A. Hall
Librarian: Automated Reference Specialist
American Folklife Center http://www.loc.gov/folklife
Library of Congress [log in to unmask]