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  • Collection: digitalMETRO

The New York Academy of Medicine and WNYC-FM began their radio relationship in 1946 with the launch of The Laity Lectures—later to become Lectures to the Laity—a popular series of Academy lectures and talks on culture and medicine that had…

Institutional publications from hospitals and educational programs that comprise (or were predecessors to) what is now NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center. Included are annual reports from the New York Hospital, its component…

While providing a top legal education to New York’s immigrant groups, minorities and women, Fordham Law School has played an important role in the evolution of legal education. The publications in this collection contain historically important…

The bulk of the collection consists of the Annual Reports of The Mount Sinai Hospital and its predecessor organization (until 1866), the Jews’ Hospital in the City of New York. These Reports date from 1856-1956 with some gaps in the early years.…

This collection of the annual reports of the Wildlife Conservation Society, covering the years 1922-2008, represent the Society’s annual reports that were not previously available online. WCS’s annual reports are among the most heavily consulted…

This collaborative collection brings together archival materials from Manhattanville College and The College of New Rochelle documenting the history of the National Federation of Catholic College Students (NFCCS). Active from 1937 to 1967 and…

The Gilded Age witnessed large and valuable private collections disposed of at auction. New York City played an important role in this burgeoning market. Auction catalogs from these sales provide a wealth of information about the world of collecting,…

An online presentation of almost 1400 photographs from the Community Service Society Records at Columbia University's Rare Book & Manuscript Library. They offer representations of urban poverty, unsafe tenement housing, inadequate hygiene in public…

The New York Aquarium is the oldest continually operating aquarium in the United States, having opened in Castle Garden in Battery Park, Manhattan in 1896. Since 1957, it has been located on the boardwalk in Coney Island, Brooklyn. The Aquarium is…

The Art Resources from the Mid-20th Century collection contains digitized versions of key selections from the personal libraries of two women who helped shape the mid-century New York art world— Hilla Rebay at the Guggenheim (then the Museum of…
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