Special Values: Congress
Publisher: Senate Commission on Art
Description: The United States Senate Catalogue of Fine Art is a compilation of paintings and sculptures that represents American history over a period of 200 years, filled with over 100 extraordinary photos. Each work of art is illustrated with a full-page color photograph, accompanied by an essay and secondary images that place the work in historical and aesthetic context. For the benefit of serious art historians and art enthusiasts alike, this catalogue also provides previously unpublished information on the 160 paintings and sculptures in the U.S. Senate. Senate Document 107-11. Catalogue by William Kloss, Diane K. Skvarla. Introductory essay by William Kloss. Edited by Jane R. McGoldrick.
Year/Pages: 2002: 515 pages; illustrated.
Publisher: Senate, Senate Historical Office
Description: Provides a listing of archival repositories housing the papers of former senators, related collections, and oral history interviews. Brings together descriptions of historical materials that document two centuries of representative democracy in the United States. 1995: 755 p.; revised ed.
Year/Pages: 1995: 755 pages; revised edition.
Description: Includes the 22 issues of the Congressional Record containing the procedures for implementing the articles of impeachment and the proceedings of the impeachment trial of President William Jefferson Clinton. Consists of Congressional Record, V. 145, No. 1-26, and Congressional Record Index, V. 145, No. 1-3. 1999: 28 books and sheet.
Year/Pages: 1999: 28 books and sheet (various pagings).
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