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St. Johns University Libraries
St. Augustine Hall, Queens
The Main Library is truly the crossroads of the Queens Campus: in the fall 2002 semester our gate count indicates an average of 19,000 students, faculty, staff, administrators, and community members visited the Library each week.
The Main Library is also the largest of the University Libraries in size of collection and number of special services provided. The University Archives, Special Collections, a preservation lab, and the Media and Instructional Materials C...
SUNY-Martitime College Stephen B. Luce Library
The Library is named in honor of Admiral Stephen Bleecker Luce (1827-1917), an outstanding educator and seaman, author of the classic text on Seamanship, and an effective and persistent advocate for the establishment of state nautical schools.
The Luce Library, recipient of the AIA/ALA award of merit for outstanding library design, occupies 19,000 square feet of the north wing of historic Fort Schuyler on the Throgs Neck peninsula in the Bronx. Fort Schuyler, a granite two-story pentagonal ...
The Chancellor Robert R Livingston Masonic Library
The Library staff is available to provide some assistance for on-site visitors. While the stacks are closed, the staff will assist researchers in using the card catalog, computer database catalog, and finding aids to access whatever information may assist in answering the patron's questions. Photocopies of Library material are available at a cost of $0.25 per copy.
The Grolier Club
The Grolier Club is pre-eminent among libraries documenting the buying, selling and collecting of books. The research core of the Library is a collection of over sixty thousand bookseller and book auction catalogues, perhaps the largest (and certainly the most accessible) archive in America of this notoriously rare and ephemeral material, and much consulted by book historians. The collection includes a large number of important early examples, including a 1643 French inventory of the library of ...
The Horticutlure Society of New York Library
HSNYâ€™s 12,000-volume library covers the breadth of horticultural subjects from gardening basics to urban greenroof technology.
With thousands of volumes on all aspects of gardens and gardening, The HSNY Library informs and inspires gardeners, students, and casual browsers along with professional artists, designers, horticulturists, and writers.
Throughout the year the Library also hosts public programs that enlighten and delight including informal presentations by garden writers, lectur...
The Morgan Library and Museum
Located in midtown Manhattan at Madison Avenue and 36th Street, the Morgan houses one of the world's greatest collections of artistic, literary, and musical works, from ancient times to the medieval and Renaissance periods to the present day.
THE NEW YORK SOCIETY LIBRARY
The New York Society Library, the oldest in the city, was founded in 1754 by the New York Society, a civic-minded group formed in the belief that the availability of books would help the city to prosper. A subscription library, it now contains nearly three hundred thousand volumes -- the result of the tastes of its members over almost the last quarter millennium.
Although this is primarily a library for the general reader, it has considerable potential for research. Holdings may be searched u...
The Old York Library at CUNY-Graduate Center
The Old York Library contains a unique assemblage of books, maps, images, newspaper, and memorabilia of New York City.
The collection, found in the 1960s by Seymour Durst, chronicles the history, geography, architecture, culture, politics, and many other aspects that tell the story of New York City.
The Sotheby's Institute of Art Library
The library has a collection of approximately 5,500 books and other publications covering the fine and decorative arts, including painting, drawing, ceramics, furniture, interiors and design.
Coverage of specific subject areas includes art business, art law, contemporary art, museum collections, exhibition catalogues, patronage and connoisseurship.
The library holds the last five years of Sotheby's New York sales catalogues relevant to the academic programmes offered.
The library subscr...