(via mental_floss) For over two centuries, the Library of Congress (LOC) and its staff have served as invaluable resources for American legislators. But their mission isn’t limited to U.S. politics. With a diverse inventory that includes iconic films, historical documents, and your tweets about lunch, the LOC is a cultural treasure. Here are 11 facts worth knowing about the Washington D.C.-based establishment.
- The WWII Plan to Mess With the Japanese by Dyeing Mt. Fuji
- The Man Who Was Godzilla