The New York Public Library (NYPL) is a public library system in New York City. With nearly 53 million items and 92 locations, the New York Public Library is the second-largest public library in the United States (behind the Library of Congress) and the third-largest in the world (behind the British Library). It is a private, non-governmental, independently managed, nonprofit corporation operating with both private and public financing.
Kelly is a an upset student who reviewed Nypl on Yelp, "What good is a library if it can't be used as one. The New York Public Library is filled with the constant distraction of tourists walking in and out. Disappointing that one of the few public libraries in this city can't even be used by the public. Very difficult to find a quiet place to study."
(((Barry Solow))) says"I've been counted in the 2020 Census, thanks to @nypl. Have you completed the census yet? https://t.co/WA7d26kfFr"
Keith Glutting says"Berenice Abbott (1898-1991) Greyhound Bus Terminal, 1936. https://t.co/egYPQiS3ca @NYPLArt https://t.co/rHA9MV43KR"
Jim Bessman says"RT @MaraHennessey: easy as cherry pie ?? to #BeCounted I've been counted in the 2020 Census, thanks to @nypl. Have you completed the cens…"
Mara Hennessey says"easy as cherry pie ?? to #BeCounted I've been counted in the 2020 Census, thanks to @nypl. Have you completed the… https://t.co/VyfmkeGtyG"
In The News
The New York Times reports"Coronavirus Fears Close New York Public Library"
New York Post reports"NY Public Library system joins Black Lives Matter fight with these must-read books"
The New York Times reports"For the New York Public Library, Martha Graham Is the Missing Link"
Slate reports"Why Goodnight Moon is missing from the New York Public Library's list of the 10 most-checked-out books of all time."