New York: “Queens Library Launches Digital Archives”
From The Times Ledger:
Items from the Archives at Queens Library are now available for people to view online, Queens Library President and CEO Dennis Walcott announced last week.
According to Walcott, 12,000 items from the archives collection are available for online perusal.
The Archives at Queens Library has collected more than 50,000 items since 1912, detailing the history of the four counties that originally comprised Long Island, including Queens, Kings, Nassau and Suffolk, before New York City consolidated in 1898.
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