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New York Public Library

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New York Public Library

Former New York Gov. Samuel J. Tilden, who died in 1886, bequeathed most of his fortune for establishment of a public library. The funds were merged with the assets of the Astor and Lenox libraries and construction began in 1902. The grand Beaux-Arts building was dedicated in 1911.

The library system now encompasses four research centers in Manhattan and 88 branches.

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The 369th Infantry marches past the the New York Public Library, 1919.
The 369th Infantry marches past the the New York Public Library, 1919.

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