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The LOC expressly prohibits obtaining a library card as a souvenir. So the strictest answer to your question is: You can't. However, it's fairly easy to fudge, if you're either dishonest and say your intended purpose is to do research. Or, my preferred method: Actually spend some time doing some research! I spent an hour or two researching George ...


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I can't speak to the Library of Congress but from experience, the British Library has a similar system - you can preregister online or turn up in person, in which case you fill out more or less the same registration form on a terminal in the reader registration office before going through the same interview and approval process. (Worth noting in passing - ...


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It doesn't mention that because it's on a first come first served basis until all the tickets are gone according to Congressman's Posey's page: Bureau of Engraving and Printing The Bureau is responsible for the printing and designing the nation’s currency, U.S. postal stamps, official invitations, and ID cards. During the tour, you'll see millions of ...


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Saturday they are available, but doesn't look like they are available on Sunday: From Whitehouse.gov: Public tour requests must be submitted through one's Member of Congress. These self-guided tours are available from 7:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Tuesday through Thursday, 7:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays (excluding federal holidays or unless ...


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This is a program that is similar to transit programs managed by WageWorks and I think a few others. Basically you don't have any choice in the matter and money will be taken out of the appropriate purse until completely spent and then taken out of the personal purse. Reason being is that similar to WageWorks the transit benefit will come as an employer ...



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