April is here… and that means its Poetry Month!The New York Law Institute is once again having a poetry themed contest…. This April, think about what’s your favorite poem. Is it a sonnet? blank verse? ode? limerick? Send us the title of your favorite poem….& A FEW sentences as […]
Our colleagues at the Library of Congress are once again hosting their Historical Company Research Webinar !Have an old stock or bond in your vault?Historical research on a present company’s ancestors?Save the date — April 13, 2022 @ 1 p.m.&Register here for this lunchtime research webinar !
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Library Week and National Poetry Month both occur in what T.S. Eliot termed “the cruelest month” ! For April 2022, here’s a list of poets that were librarians. Or should it be librarians that were poets? I leave that for you, dear reader, to decide…..
1. Poet.. novelist…historian…archivist.. and LIBRARIAN, […]
The LLAGNY Book Club met in early March to discuss Matt Haig’s The Midnight Library, a book that takes up questions of regrets and the big “what ifs” of life….
Check out my full review here….
While the Academy rolls out its red carpet for its 94th Oscar Awards night, fans may reminisce about their favorite award moment; Sally Field’s gushing “you really like me speech”, David Niven’s urbane reaction to a streaker, and really any awards night hosted by Billy Crystal…But while the Academy has added categories over the […]
LegalWeek, the annual legal industry tech show, returned to its New York City home at the Hilton Midtown in early March to everyone’s delight. After pandemic delays, participants were glad to attend programs in person and have a chance to both network and socialize with colleagues.
The meeting kicked off Tuesday with three […]
You probably know that the 19th Amendment (1920) granted American Women the right to vote….But did you know that Wyoming territory passed full voting rights to women in 1869?
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And while Wyoming was in the forefront of women’s suffrage, did you know that 21 […]
March is Women’s History Month , and we highly recommend reading Women Who Built NYPL. Celebrate the women who made The New York Public Library the treasure it is today through their dedication, innovation and advocacy….
Betty L. Corwin preserved live theatre by creating NYPL’s Theatre on Film and Tape Archive. […]
In like a lion… The New York Law Institute is expanding its holdings & now offering members additional state materials… including…
Session Laws for all 50 States
State Statutes & Reports
State Attorney General Reports & Opinions for all 50 States
Start your research at The New York Law Institute….. State Session Laws…. Records & Briefs… extensive eBook […]
February is Black History Month & great librarians are also always a cause for celebration, so here’s a quick list of Pioneering African-American librarians. …
Edward C. Williams was America’s first professionally trained African-American Librarian. He served for many years as Howard University’s Head librarian and also chaired its Romance Languages […]