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New York Public Library
New York Public Library has 85 neighborhood branch locations in Bronx, Brooklyn and Manhattan and 4 research locations along with numerous archives and special collections. See web site for comprehensive information on different locations.
NYPL U.S. History, Local History & Genealogy
Most books and journals and some non-print material related to the history of New York City are located in the Paul & Irma Milstein Division of United States History, Local History & Genealogy, in Rooms 121 and 119 (microforms room) of the Humanities & Social Sciences Library at Fifth Avenue & 42nd Street. Rare materials are in the various Special Collections (Rare Books, Manuscripts & Archives, Print Room and Photography Collection), Maps are in the Map Division, Room 121 (temporarily), and mo...
Pierpont Morgan Library
The former private libary of Pierpont Morgan and J. P. Morgan. Various collections on New York and in other thematic and geographical areas. Collections of illuminated manuscripts, printed books and bindings, prints and drawings, historical documents, music, objects d'art. See "Calendar of Events" for public programs and current exhibitions.
Queens Borough Public Library
63 branch locations in addition to the central location. Programs, lectures, special collections, and exhibits. See calendar of events to search for current happenings.