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A cool, quiet library is the perfect place to escape an unbearably stifling summer day. And it's free. Known by many as "The People's Palace," The New York Public Library attracts as many as 3,000 visitors a day. Diana takes a tour of this famous New York instituion with library President and CEO Dr. Paul Le Clerc and learns about the ammenities the library has to offer including the the new South Court Visitors Center and Rose Main Reading Room.

Interview: The New York Public Library


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New York Public Library

Press release on the New York Public Library's South Court

David Brody Bond, designer of NYPL's South Court

Great Buildings on the New York Public Library

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