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Featured Federal Government Publications: LCM Magazine

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LCM Magazine



LCM, the Library of Congress Magazine is a free bimonthly publication. Each edition features cultural events promoted by the Library of Congress. September/October 2014 issue touches on author Samuel Clemens fight for intellectual property rights to works by Mark Twain. It also sheds light on housing the largest collection of 19th Century glass flutes, while highlighting a Pulitzer prize-winning ballet about dance.  Moreover, this issue expounds on concerts held at the prestigious Coolidge Auditorium, Portraits/Paintings in the Thomas Jefferson Building, as well as news briefs.

LCM Magazine uncovers information from collection development, sound recordings, and exhibits to Rock & Roll.  The magazine is a must read if you are bound by cultural savoir-faires. The Government and Heritage Library provide print copies of LCM Magazine. Online versions are available at

The Government & Heritage Library (GHL) is a Selective library for the Federal Depository Library Program (FDLP). As part of the FDLP initiative, GHL is mandated to provide free and public access to various federal publications across all North Carolina.

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