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  • Cynthia D. Reavis

    My favorite place to read -The Library of Congress Reading Room in Washington, D.C.

  • Jerri Berkley

    (Library of Congress Reading Room). Library of Congress, 101 Independence Ave, SE, Washington, DC. The world’s largest library contains more than 128 million items including books, manuscripts, films, photographs, sheet music and maps. Visitors can explore the library and navigate books through page-turning technology and learn how America’s greatest thinkers were inspired. No admission fee.

  • Cheri Williams

    The Library of Congress' main reading room. I went. I saw. I cried.

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