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Microforms in Alexander Library
Searchable inventory of a substantial portion of the microfilm, microfiche, microprint and microcard collections of manuscripts, pamphlets, government publications, etc. held at Alexander Library, the primary social sciences and humanities research library of the University. It also includes selected holdings for other Rutgers libraries.
Search across finding aids for collections in the Fales Library
& Special Collections (NYU); the Tamiment Library and Robert F.
Wagner Labor Archives; New York University Archives; and the New York
Includes the Municipal Archives--which includes office records,
manuscript materials, still and moveing images, ledger volumes, vital
records, maps, blueprings, and sound recordings accessioned from more
than 100 city agencies; The City Hall Library-the statutory depository
for all official reports and studies published by New York City
government agencies--and the Municipal Records Management Division.
The library at the New-York Historical Society is one of the oldest independent research libraries in the United States. Collection strengths include the local history of New York City and State. NYHS collections include 2 million manuscripts, 500,000 photographs, 400,000 prints, 350,000 books and pamphlets, 150,000 architectural drawings, 20,000 broadsides, 15,000 printed maps, 10,000 newspapers and 10,000 dining menus.
Items located at NYHS can be found by search Bobcat, the catalog of the NYU libraries.
Finding Aids for NYHS Manuscript Collections are also available; portions of some important collections are also available digitally.