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Promotions at the Library of Congress

David S. Mao, the acting Librarian of Congress, appointed John Y. Cole to the new position of Library of Congress Historian. Cole, who has worked at the library for 50 years, will be the technical expert and advisor on the history of the organization. His responsibilities will include documenting the library’s history and conducting historical research.

Mao also selected Pam Jackson from the Congressional Research Service to be the new director of the library’s Center for the Book. (Cole was its founding director.) She started working at the library in 2003.

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