Important support for processing and digitizing the Library’s collections is provided by The Henry Luce Foundation, the Robertson Foundation, The Archives and Catalogues Program of the Leon Levy Foundation, the National Endowment for the Humanities, The Pine Tree Foundation of New York, the Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation, the Peck Stacpoole Foundation, and METRO New York.
Funds for recent collections acquisitions have been provided, in part, by the PECO Foundation, Helen and Robert Appel, Richard Brown, and William Beekman. Klingenstein Library's collections are available through the Klingenstein Library's online catalog.
Any item with the designation of “Offsite” on a catalog record may be requested for onsite use in the Library’s reading room.
Please keep in mind that it will it will take between two (2) and five (5) business days for collections to arrive, and you should plan your research accordingly.
From a night in a museum to a street-food festival, this metropolis has it all 7 hours 40 minutes John F.
With four distinct seasons and many parades and festivals throughout the year, New York City offers a holiday that’s as diverse as its residents. New York’s famous skyline isn’t just to be admired by the city’s residents; visitors here can gaze at the concrete jungle from many different observation decks.
branch system around the boroughs, but it’s only a part of New York City’s literary resources.
You’ll find all kinds of exhibitions here covering art, architecture, photography, natural history, television, radio and technology, so there’s something for everyone.
Be sure not to miss the incredible bank vault lock collection on the second floor.
Grolier Club47 E 60th Street, Upper East Side, Manhattan No bibliophile should spend time in New York City without visiting the Grolier Club.
Please contact the reference staff if you have any questions or are not finding what you are looking for.
A small portion of the Library’s printed collections are now stored offsite.