- The Washington Times - Thursday, May 20, 2004

The Washington Times incorrectly reported in its editions last Friday how many jobs will be created in Culpeper, Va., when the Library of Congress opens its National Audio-Visual Conservation Center next year. The center will employ about 140 workers, many of whom will be relocated from other Library of Congress sites. In addition, the center will have a 200-seat theater that will be open to the public for special events.

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