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What does LOA stand for?
LOA stands for Library of America
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- Letter of Award (architects/developers and contractors)
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- Letters of Assurance
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The Library of America edition also includes many of Grant's wartime letters.
In honor of the Lincoln Bicentennial, the Library of America has developed five Lincoln in American Memory booklets.
Reporting Civil Rights: Part One, American Journalism 1941-1963 (The Library of America, 137-138) by David J.
THREE YEARS after his death in 1999, Paul Bowles became an American classic with the publication of two volumes of his work in the Library of America series in 2002.
James, William, "Talks to Teachers," William James's Writings 1878-1899 (New York: The Library of America, 1992), 751-754.
s glittering literati were there to welcome a new Tinseltown tome, ``Writing Los Angeles,'' a Library of America anthology of writings about L.
LONG BEFORE AMERICAN SCHOLARSHIP--publishers, at any rate--began investing significant amounts of time and money into worrying about the texts of William Faulkner, our French brothers (and now sisters) were already eye-ball deep into the reams of manuscripts at the University of Virginia, preparing texts suitable for publication in Gallimard's distinguished Pleiade library, the series which perhaps more than any other served as the model for the Library of America, though to be sure the Pleiade provides texts and contexts far more elaborate than the Library of America does.