Annenberg Space for Photography

America's Library

Episode 4

"America's Library" features interviews with photographers, historians, authors, political figures, and civil rights leaders, along with inside access to the Library of Congress. It explores the history of photography — from daguerreotypes, the first photographic process, to contemporary digital prints.

*Streaming until 5/28/2022.

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Airdates
Wednesday May 18, 12:30 AM PDT on Link TV
Wednesday May 18, 4:30 AM PDT on Link TV
Wednesday May 18, 12:30 PM PDT on Link TV
Saturday Jun 18, 6:30 PM PDT on Link TV
Saturday Jun 18, 9:30 PM PDT on Link TV
Sunday Jun 19, 6:30 AM PDT on Link TV
Wednesday Jun 22, 12:30 AM PDT on Link TV
Wednesday Jun 22, 4:30 AM PDT on Link TV
Wednesday Jun 22, 12:30 PM PDT on Link TV
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