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A re-fashioNYC/HOUSING WORKS Clothing Donation Bin is located in the lobby lounge area.Read More >
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• V discontinued; use New Orange M
• W discontinued; use N Q R
• New G terminal at Long Island City-Court Sq: G no longer operates along Queens Blvd: take the E, new M or R
If you would like a daily update of the Madison Avenue construction, please go to: www.outreachny.comRead More >
I have contacted the following city offices regarding the construction hours and noise on Madison Avenue…Read More >
The modernization project on both elevators has been completed. Thank you all for your patience.Read More >
10 More Minutes for 25 cents.Read More >
Annual Shareholders’ meeting will be held on June 12, 2013 from 7 pm to 10 pm at Scandinavia House, Volvo Hall, 58 Park Avenue, between 37th and 38th Streets.Read More >
The pair of marble lions have stood in front of the library since the the building was dedicared in May 23, 1911.
Edward Clark Potter obtained the commission for the lions,he was paid $8,000.00 for the modelling,the Piccirilli brothers did the carving in pink Tennessee marble they were paid $5,000.00.
During the 1930's Mayor Fiorello LaGuardia named them Patience and Fortitude,for the qualities he felt New Yorkers would need to survive the economic depression.These names have stood the test of time.
Patience still guards the south side and Fortitude the north.
The libraary has adopted them as its logo.
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20 East 38th Street
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