29 May 2015

Library of Congress Magazine -- a FREE Gem Overlooked by Many!

Have you been taking advantage of the FREE Library of Congress (LOC) Magazine?  This delightful magazine started publication in the fall of 2012.  You can access the entire archive.

It’s very visual magazine with excellent fun and informative context.  Each edition typically focuses on a theme topic with regular reports from various LOC departments.  I regularly check out “For You at the Library”, “Online Offerings” and “News Briefs.”  Sometimes we don’t know what we would like to search for though we do know what might have relevance when we see it.

Regardless, it’s just fun to read!

Are there other FREE publications produced by a branch of the Federal Government that you find informative and which may have also assisted you with your genealogical research?

Editor’s Note: We previously blogged about this publication in The Library of Congress -- a NEW & FREE Magazine!

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