What Are the Plans For the Future of the Library of Congress?

ABC News' Ali Rogin finds out in an interview with new Librarian of Congress, Dr. Carla Hayden.
0:45 | 09/21/16

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And tell me about your plans for the library now all I mentioned tweeting out discoveries and also. Making sure there. Part of that 162. Million. Collection. Is digitize. Timely fashion so we're going to be assessing what things are ready. But things can go for what things are people interest in and we have. Things like out of the letter that Hamilton road. Alexander Hamilton wrote to his wife right before the as he called it interview. And the dual. Just digitize the collection from Rosa Parks the civil rights icon. So that will be a major thrust of weapons work.

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