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I've written a letter to support NYPL's Countee Cullen Library. You can too. Click the pin to get started.
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I've written a letter to support NYPL's Hudson Park Library. You can too. Click the pin to get started.
The 1940 Census was released today! NYPL Labs created Direct Me NYC, digitizing the 1940 phone books for all 5 boroughs to help users discover the enumeration districts needed for census research.
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NYPL Direct Me NYC: 1940
A family tree... "Arbor Genealogiæ Noëticæ."
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Arbor Genealogiæ Noëticæ - ID: 1613765 - NYPL Digital Gallery
Conducting history and genealogy research at NYPL
Radio City, Dark Cities, Cities Music, New York Cities, 50Th Street, Radios Cities, Street Radios, Music Hall, Nyc Street
On this Day in NYC History, December 27th: Opening of Radio City Music Hall in 1932... On December 27th, 1932 in New York City history, Radio City Music Hall in Rockefeller Center opened its doors as a masterpiece in American Modern Design.
1260 Sixth Avenue - West 50th Street [Radio City Music Hall exterior] (1934)
Conducting Research - Milstein Division
Genealogy Research Tips: Breaking Through Brick Walls and Getting Past Dead Ends
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Family., Digital ID 1806932, New York Public Library: Genealogy Research Tips: Breaking Through Brick Walls and Getting Past Dead Ends by Carmen Nigro, Milstein Division of United States History, Local History and Genealogy, Stephen A. Schwarzman Building August 3, 2011
Everyone Counts: Using the Census in Genealogy Research