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Are You Spoken For? An Ad Campaign and A Cultural Stereotype http://on.nypl.org/28RrYqg
The Billy Rose Theatre Division at the Library for the Performing Arts has an extensive collection that documents the development of television, including many examples of pitches made by networks to specific companies, like AT&T or Coty Cosmetics, outlining how each network’s programming would be a match for the company’s ideal consumer.
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Join us for a sneak peek at our newest exhibition, Alexander Hamilton: Striver, Statesman, Scoundrel, which opens today! We're sharing a few of the many Library holdings on display and some stories you might not know about the Founding Father. http://on.nypl.org/28QaooB #WhoWasHamilton
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Weird Food Photos of the New York World's Fair http://on.nypl.org/28TbuD1
The 1939-1940 World's Fair in New York City was billed as an exhibition that showcased the "Dawn of a New Day." As such, there was plenty of technological innovation on display, but perhaps some of the most memorable images of the event are those featuring food. Check out some of the wackiest food photos from the New York Public Library Digital Collections for some delicious laughs.
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Ep. 35 "They Offered Me the Job" | Library Stories http://on.nypl.org/28P3WS6
When Alyona Glushchenkova first came to the US, she had limited English skills and no one to help her with the transition — until she discovered the Library’s range of free ESOL and career classes.
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Я Рад - За Вас Уважаемая Леди. Быть Может Библиотека Не Станет Возражать, Чтоб Вы Продолжили Обучение в Каким-нибудь Университете на кафедре истории или социальной психологии.
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Tama Kieves: Inspired & Unstoppable! http://on.nypl.org/28RQrhX
Tama Kieves is a former attorney, an honors graduate of Harvard Law School, who left her law practice to write and to help others discover and soar in the work they’re meant to do. She became a renowned speaker, coach to thousands, and best-selling author of This Time I Dance! Creating the Work You Love and also Inspired & Unstoppable: Wildly Succeeding in Your Life’s Work! Her latest book is A Year without Fear: 365 Days of Magnificence and, tog...
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New York Times Read Alikes: June 26, 2016 http://on.nypl.org/28K28bS
Readers are going cuckoo for Jojo this week, as the British romance author takes over two of the top five spots while the King of Horror once again debuts at No. 1.
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Escapism: A Reading List from Open Book Night http://on.nypl.org/28VPcR9
In the corner room at Mid-Manhattan, appropriately surrounded by the travel guide collection, we spent our June Open Book Night sharing books that help us escape.
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Booktalking The Prison Book Club by Ann Walmsley http://on.nypl.org/28Pgx2o
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LOL,, I'll be happy to sit in prison just as long as you know ur cocksuckers buying prospectuses and what a joke proprietary mutual funds are I'd slp that fuckin broker for selling you that shit lord knows he raped you by selling you the best long term rates currently lol and no shit 
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Eerie Reads for Lovers of A Monster Calls http://on.nypl.org/28PbYF2
A Monster Calls pressed all my philosopher-librarian buttons and I couldn't get enough of it, so here's some more dark, atmospheric YA lit that doesn’t forget the importance of finding your place in the world.
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Remembering the Chills and Thrills of Lois Duncan, YA Lit Icon http://on.nypl.org/28PSXI7
Pioneering Young Adult author, Lois Duncan passed away on June 6th at the age of 82. It's hard to believe that it's been almost 30 - 45 years since many of her teen novels were first published, continuing to have the power to spark the imagination and send shivers down the spine. If you haven't read one yet or read one lately, now's your chance.
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A Manhattanhenge Reading List http://on.nypl.org/28MmClh
Happy first day of summer! Manhattanhenge is coming soon, and we’ve made a reading list!
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Introducing Genoveve Stowell at 53rd Street Library http://on.nypl.org/28JwhYV
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