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April 5, 1899: Herbert Putnam, the newly-appointed Librarian of Congress, who succeeded John Russell Young, made his first appearance at the Library and took formal charge of his office. Mr. Putnam arrived in Washington the previous day and called upon President McKinley, but did not go to the Library at that time.herbert-putnam

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