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Sjoerd Koopman Library Postcard Collection

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Showing 1–30 of 1,284 items
  1. Harry S. Truman Library, Independence, Mo. (1)
    Image | 2010

    The Harry S. Truman Library
  2. Boston Public Library (3)
    Image | 1925

    PUBLIC LIBRARY, BOSTON, MASS.
  3. Boston Public Library (4)
    Image | 2010

    PUBLIC LIBRARY, BOSTON, MASS.
  4. Boston Public Library (13)
    Image | 2010

    THE BOSTON PUBLIC LIBRARY AT COPLEY SQUARE, BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS, NOT ONLY IS ONE OF THE FORMOST LIBRARIES IN THE UNITED STATES BUT ALSO CONTAINS A MAGNIFICENT COLLECTION OF MURALS AND OTHER ART EXHIBITS.
  5. Boston Public Library (14)
    Image | 2010

    THE PUBLIC LIBRARY--BOSTON in Copley Square is one of the world's largest. Students, literati and others throng its rooms and corridors to read and study, to see the magnificent murals, the art exhibitions and the statues and to hear the public lectures. It contains about one and three-quarters million volumes and has 34 branches in different parts of the city.
  6. Boston Public Library (16)
    Image | 2010

    BOSTON PUBLIC LIBRARY, THE COURT YARD
  7. Boston Public Library (18)
    Image | 2010

    ""MUSES WELCOMING GENIUS OF ENLIGHTENMENT"" BOSTON PUBLIC LIBRARY
  8. Boston Public Library (19)
    Image | 1911

    FROM PAINTINGS BY PUVIS DECHAVANNES, ""PASTORAL POETRY,"" ""DRAMATIC POETRY,"" ""Epic poetry"" -- BOSTON PUBLIC LIBRARY
  9. Harry S. Truman Library, Independence, Mo. (2)
    Image | 2010

    THE HARRY S. TRUMAN LIBRARY AND MUSEUM, U. S. Highway 24, Independence, Missouri 64050, Entrance to the Museum of the Presidency. The building was built by private subscription and given to the Government to house papers, books and a museum relating to the Presidency of the U.S., Photography by Fred Preisler
  10. Harry S. Truman Library, Independence, Mo. (3)
    Image | 2010

    THE HARRY S. TRUMAN LIBRARY AND MUSEUM, U. S. Highway 24, Independence, Missouri, Entrance to the Museum of the Presidency. The building was built by private subscription and given to the Government to house papers, books and a museum relating to the Presidency of the U.S.
  11. Fant Memorial Library, Mississippi State College for Women
    Image | 2010

    FANT MEMORIAL LIBRARY, Mississippi State College for Women, Columbus, Mississippi. A modern addition, completed in 1959, doubles stack space and contains the Beulah Culbertson Room. The MSCW library was named for President John Clayton Fant in 1930.
  12. Columbia University Library
    Image | 1898

    The Library of Columbia University.
  13. Columbia College Library
    Image | 2010

    21-Columbia College Library, M'rn'side Heights, N.Y.
  14. Columbia University Library
    Image | 2010

    The Library, Columbia University, New York City. On Back: Library, Columbia University, New York City. Columbia University occupies an area of 26 acres from Broadway to Amsterdam Avenue West and 114th Street to 120th Street. It was originally founded as King's College in 1854 at Broadway and Barclay Street and moved in 1857 to Madison Avenue and 29th Street. The new building...
  15. Columbia University Library
    Image | 2010

    C.V. 118-Columbia University Library, New York.
  16. Columbia University Library
    Image | 2010

    Library of Columbia University, New York.
  17. Columbia University Library
    Image | 2010

    The Library, Columbia University, New York City. On Back: The Library, Columbia University, New York City. Columbia University occupies an area of 26 acres from Broadway to Amsterdam Avenue, West and 114th to 120th Streets. Was originally founded as Kings College in 1754 to Madison Avenue and 29th Street, new buildings on present site were erected between 1892 and 1902 at a ...
  18. Columbia University Library
    Image | 2010

    The Library, Columbia University, New York City. On Back: The Columbia University Group of buildings covers a vast area from 114th Street to 120th Street and from Broadway to Amersterdam Avenue. The University Library can be seen in the center of the group, a monumental edifice erected at a cost of$13,000,000 in 1902. Surrounding the Library are the buildings containing the ...
  19. Low Memorial Library, Columbia University
    Image | 2010

    Low Memorial Library, Columbia University, New York City. On Back: Low Memorial Library was opened for use in 1897, the gift of President Low. The architectural style is classical, based on Roman precedents, but with many suggestions of Greek refinements in its details. It holds a commanding position on the brow of the hill at Morningside Heights.
  20. Roosevelt Presidential Library
    Image | 2010

    The Franklin D. Roosevelt Library was erected to keep the vast number of papers and records of President Roosevelt together, and to exhibit the gifts presented to him.
  21. Cornell University Library
    Image | 2010

    Library, Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y.
  22. New York State Historical Assocation Library
    Image | 2010

    Library New York State Historical Assocation Headquarters of Cooperstown Graduate Program.
  23. Utica Public Library
    Image | 2010

    Public Library, Utica, N.Y.
  24. New York Public Library
    Image | 1999

    A view from Bryant Park of the west faade of The New York Public Library and the newly restored ceiling of the Rose Main Reading Room.
  25. Utica Public Library
    Image | 2010

    Utica Public Library.
  26. Columbia University Library
    Image | 2010

    Library of Columbia University, New York.
  27. Gilead Library
    Image | 2010

    Gilead Library Building, as viewed across the campus from Gilead's pass1 auditorium. Here one may learn much concerning the purpose of Jehovah God the Creator. In the foreground winter snow blankets the amphitheater, which is used in milder seasons for training in outdoor public speaking.
  28. Richard R. Dry Memorial Library
    Image | 2010

    Richard R. Dry Memorial Library Erie County Technical Institute.
  29. John M. Olin Library
    Image | 2010

    John M. Olin Library Cornell University, Ithaca, New York.
  30. Roosevelt Presidential Library
    Image | 2010

    The Franklin D. Roosevelt Library and Museum at Hyde Park, N.Y. Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt said in 1946, ""that the President, loving history as he did, could see his own home as one day being owned by the people of the United States and being one of the points where they could come to increase their understanding of history, through a greater knowledge of the man who made it.""