Brooklyn Public Library: An Open Book (Brooklyn Collection), Curated by the Brooklyn Collection
This exhibition includes photographs, maps, and ephemera drawn from the Library’s archive in the Brooklyn Collection, and casts an eye on Central Library’s tumultuous past as well as its exciting future, giving patrons a new perspective on a familiar place.
Photographs of the librarians, clerks, custodians, and technicians who have kept the Library humming along throughout the decades.
The Brooklyn Collection is Brooklyn Public Library's local history division, providing a range of information and services about anything and everything Brooklyn. Our rich assortment of research materials and archival documents includes maps, historic Brooklyn photographs, ephemera, prints, and the full run of the Brooklyn Daily Eagle.
Please visit the other Brooklyn Public Library: An Open Book exhibition displays in the Grand Lobby, Foyer Cases, Balcony Cases, and the Lobby Gallery at Central Library.