I think many know I love libraries. I love the look of them, the atmosphere, and just the endless possibilities I always feel when I walk in. I thought it was interesting to find out a few possibly unknown facts about just a few of the New York Libraries. The Harry Belafonte 115th Street Library […]
There is nothing quite like actually going into a bookstore – especially if you have a little luxurious time on your hands and no particular task to accomplish. The first section you’ll come across is the new releases – stacked on tables and faced out on bookshelves.
The Morgan Library and Museum—colloquially just “The Morgan” —was named for its founder, financier J.P. Morgan, who established it in 1906 as a “private retreat” near his home on 36th Street of New York City.