Albemarle Monthly magazine just published in its February-March 2007 issue a profile of the Jefferson Library, replete with lovely photographs of our building. Unfortunately, the article isn’t available online, but you can still see a little of what you’re looking for. That same issue has some other Jeffersoniana worth checking out!
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- African American information resources anti-slavery archives banks Barack Obama Bill of Rights book reviews book signings Center for Historic Plants Christmas collaboration Constitution debt Declaration of Independence Denmark digital collections digital history diplomacy Election of 1800 elections exhibits financial firearms gardening Hemingses holidays Homestead ICJS fellows intellectual property Jefferson's Debt Jefferson's Family Jefferson's library Jefferson's lottery Jefferson Family Jefferson Impersonators Jefferson Pools Journal of Southern History Letters libraries Library of Congress maps Marie Kimball medicinal springs Meriwether Lewis meteorology Middle East Monticello staff museums myths NPR OCLC open source photographs portraits Presidential Rankings quotations Qur'an race Reading religion religious freedom Sale of Monticello Sally Hemings science slavery solving problems spurious quotations travels trolls Tuckahoe Washington D.C. website reviews William and Mary Quarterly William Roads wine