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American Craft Council Library
The ACC Library collects materials on contemporary American craft. It also holds the archives of the ACC, which operated the American Craft Museum until 1990. The ACC's founder, Aileen Osburn Webb, was instrumental in the development of the contemporary American Craft movement.
Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library
The Avery Library of Columbia University is an open-stack research library containing over 250,000 volumes and 1800 periodical titles.
Bard Graduate Center Library
The Bard Graduate Center Library is a non-circulating research collection supporting advanced studies in the decorative arts, design, garden history, landscape studies and culture. The Library's collection comprises approximately 40,000 volumes, including rare books, microforms, and videos. In addition, the Library subscribes to more than 250 periodicals and provides on-line access to numerous subscription databases: periodical indexes and other research tools.
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Brooklyn Botanic Garden Library
The Gardener's Resource Center provides reference services to home gardeners, staff, and the professional horticultural community. It is a convenient access point from which to learn more about all of the Library's collections and about the Garden's plant collections. The Gardener's Resource Center is located on the second floor of the historic McKim, Mead & White Administration Building.
Brooklyn Historical Society
Library & Archives
Brooklyn Public Library
Numerous branch libraries throughout Brooklyn, many of which offer special collections, educational programs, discussions and exhibitions.
The Central Branch of BPL
is also home to the Brooklyn Collection and
is the home of the Brooklyn Daily Eagle online and in print.
C.V. Starr Library of the Japan Society
C.V. Starr Library is an ideal place for research on Japan and U.S.-Japan relations. Approximately 14,000 volumes (primarily in English) offer Members a comprehensive resource for information on Japanese art, history, culture, society, politics, religion and many other subjects.
City Hall Library. Dept. of Records & Info. Svcs.
Established in 1913, The City Hall Library (formerly: The Municipal Reference and Research Center), is the statutory depository for all official reports and studies published by New York City government agencies. Agencies are required to submit four copies of each report to the library. The recently passed Local Law 11 of 2003 also directs agencies to post mandated reports on the Department of Records Website: wwww.records.nyc.gov.
In addition to approximately 250,000 reports, books and oth...
Columbia University Libraries
Columbiaâ€™s 25 Libraries, with 9.5 million volumes, 117,264 current serials, and an extensive collection of electronic resources, manuscripts, rare books, microforms, and other nonprint formats, ranks as one of the top ten academic library systems in the nation.
David M. Dennis
Large collection of Colonial and early American NYC prints, maps, documents, books.
Much related specifically to Harlem, Bloomindale and Manhattanville.