WASHINGTON (AP) - The world's largest library is the subject of a new feature-length documentary set to premiere on C-SPAN.
The production about the Library of Congress debuts Monday night. It follow's C-SPAN's similar documentaries about the Capitol, the White House and the Supreme Court.
he documentary will feature some of the library's rarely seen holdings. They include documents from Lewis and Clark's journeys, a map drawn by George Washington and personal artifacts from President Abraham Lincoln. It will also look at how the library has used technology to reveal an unknown change to the Declaration of Independence.