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Aspic? Gelatin and chaud-froid? Celebrate National Cookbook Month using recipes found with The Women's Magazine Archive database from the 1920s and beyond.
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Aspic? Gelatin and chaud-froid? Celebrate National Cookbook Month using recipes found with The Women's Magazine Archive database from the 1920s and beyond.
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Need some ideas for what to read? NYPL book experts are giving personalized recommendations live on Facebook right now! Tune in here to #AskALibrarian and find your next library checkout: https://on.nypl.org/2D8zIb5
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Dark and Beautiful: Young Adult Gothic Fiction https://on.nypl.org/2D9KayS
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Focus on your finances tomorrow (Friday, 10/26) with the Science, Industry and Business Library for #FinancialPlanningDay!
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From picture books to middle grade fiction, this epic list of spooky books is perfect for Halloween frights!
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Have you found your perfect fall read yet? If you need some ideas, take a look at our newest round of Staff Picks and browse by genre, writing style, and more.
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For a limited time, view the never-before-seen "lost" chapter of The Autobiography of Malcolm X at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture.
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Новинки - Oktyábr 2018 Новые русские названия не пропустите - New Russian Language Titles https://on.nypl.org/2CZ9LKH
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Happy #Archtober! Curious to learn more about the Buildings of the Day? Our U.S. History, Local History and Genealogy Division has a treasure trove of information on these special buildings—and in some cases, what stood there before these buildings were even constructed.
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