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John & Francine Haskell Library
The French Institute Alliance FranÃ§aise was formed in 1971 with the merger of two of New Yorkâ€™s oldest and most distinguished francophile institutions: the French Institute, established in 1911, and the Alliance FranÃ§aise, founded in 1898.
The Library was inherited from the French Institute and for nearly a century has presented to the francophone and francophile communities of New York City a broad view of French culture and civilization.
The Library began as a simple reading room wit...
Mertz Library at the New York Botanical Garden
Online catalog can be accessed at: http://opac.nybg.org/
Mina Rees Library at CUNY-Graduate Center
The Library's collection includes 305,000 print volumes, 555,00 microforms, and 8,258 current electronic and print serials subscriptions. Collection strengths are in the humanities and social sciences with more modest holdings in the sciences. Monograph collection development focuses on materials that support course requirements and preparation for qualifying examinations.
Strengths of the collection include bibliography; ERIC documents on microfiche; the most complete collection of President...
Museum of Modern Art Library
The Museum Library is a comprehensive collection devoted to modern and contemporary art. The noncirculating collection documents painting, sculpture, drawings, prints, photography, architecture, design, performance, video, film, and emerging art forms from 1880 to the present. Staff are available to help locate relevant collections and materials, or to direct your question to the appropriate department.
The Library's holdings include approximately 300,000 books and exhibition catalogues, 300 ...