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Buried Treasure October 3, 2021

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 For more than 125 years, The New York Public Library has collected, preserved, and made accessible the world’s knowledge. Now, for the first time, the Polonsky Exhibition of The New York Public Library’s Treasures showcases some of the most extraordinary items from the 56 million in their collection. The exhibition is broken up into nine distinct sections: Beginnings, Performance, Explorations, Fortitude, The Written Word, The Visual World, Childhood, Belief, and New York City. It is a trip through history, both local and global, and there is something for everyone – young, old and in-between. The exhibition will be changing to highlight more of their treasures and to make sure that the light sensitive material is preserved. You will need a free timed ticket and proof of vaccination. It is well worth your time. I know that I will return. This article highlights some of the treasures you will see.

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1. Irina - October 3, 2021

Thank you for pointing out so many wonderful treasures so close to home.

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judylobo - October 3, 2021

Hope you get to see some of them.

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2. Mary Radice - October 3, 2021

Nice reminder of libraries’ treasures – thanks Judy!
And speaking of libraries….do you know what is good advice to give your librarian? Believe in your shelf :).

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judylobo - October 3, 2021

ha ha mary!

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