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Hispanic Reading Room (Area Studies, Library of Congress)
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General Information
About the Division
The Hispanic Reading Room
Library Security
About the Collections
Catalog of Hispanic materials

Genealogy
Hispanic, Portuguese, and Caribbean collections
Online Collections, Presentations & Exhibitions
Guides & Finding Aids

Featured Sites:
Link to PortalsPortals to the World
links to International resources (Iberia, Caribbean, Latin America)

Spain, the U.S., and the American Frontier
(bilingual digital library)

Handbook of Latin American Studies, an annotated, searchable online bibliography on Latin America

A New Program of
the Library of Congress and
the Brazilian National Library
The United States and Brazil: Expanding Frontiers, Comparing Cultures
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The United States and Brazil: Expanding Frontiers, Comparing Cultures

Hours:
Weekdays: 8:30am - 5:00pm
Closed Weekends
and Federal Holidays

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Location:
Thomas Jefferson Bldg., Room LJ240
101 Independence Ave, SE
Washington, D.C. 20540-4850

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The Hispanic Reading Room serves as the primary access point for research relating to those parts of the world encompassing the geographical areas of the Caribbean, Latin America, and Iberia; the indigenous cultures of those areas; and peoples throughout the world historically influenced by Luso-Hispanic heritage, including Latinos in the U.S., and peoples of Portuguese or Spanish heritage in Africa, Asia, and Oceania.
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