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David Minor <[log in to unmask]>
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A LISTSERV list for discussions pertaining to New York State history." <[log in to unmask]>
Fri, 8 Oct 1999 11:36:57 -0400
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Be aware that most if not all of the branch's theatrical collections have
been moved to West 43rd Street, near (I believe) Tenth Avenue. I was down
there in May and found myself taking a bit of a hike to the new digs. It
would be a good idea to check by phone first. Also, get in requests for
microfilm, etc. fairly earlier in the day. When I visited in May there were
only two mf readers available and I never did get to view the films, as I
had only the one afternnon left in the city.

David Minor

>Hi:  Just wanted to suggest you try the NYPL's Lincoln Center branch as well
>as 42nd St. -- Jane Holzka

David Minor
Eagles Byte Historical Research
Pittsford, New York
716 264-0423
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