Art Architecture Artifacts of the Library of Congress Knowledge Cards
There are plenty of gold-leafed reasons why the Library of Congress has been called the "book palace of the American people" and "a national monument to art." From its decorated ceilings to its marbled floors, the Library's Thomas Jefferson Building is one of the most spectacular and beautiful structures in the world. This deck of 48 cards is jam-packed with fascinating facts and stunning photography that highlights the Library's extraordinary features. Read the cards in any sequence, or put them on numerical order to take a virtual tour of the magnificent Jefferson Building.
Susan Reyburn with photography by Carol M. Highsmith. 48 Knowledge Cards, 3.25" x 4"