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NYPL - Ottendorfer

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Helen
Helen
September 10, 2017
Founded in 1884, Oswald Ottendorfer, editor of a widely read German-American journal helped create one of New York City’s first free libraries. Ottendorfer wanted to help German immigrants assimilate into American society with access to reading materials. It is one of the oldest Libraries in America
Lori
Lori
February 11, 2016
another beautiful library with even better kids section and events for kids too!
Janine
Janine
December 23, 2015
Stop by to sample a taste of the New York Public Library system. This branch is a particularly beautiful one, with historical Snead shelves and a glass walkway. Ask me about it if you're interested in
Han
Han
September 07, 2011
Opened in 1884 as New York City's first free public library.

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Location
135 2nd Avenue
Manhattan, NY 10003
Phone+1 212-674-0947
Websitenypl.org
Hours of Operation statusClosed · Opens Tuesday 11:00 AM