By Philip Sutton, Milstein Division of U.S. History, Local History & Genealogy, Stephen A. Schwarzman Building of the New York Public Library, October 14, 2011.
The New York Public Library's Milstein Division is home to one of the largest free United States history, local history, and genealogy collections in the country, and many of the library's patrons are writing their family histories. Many reference questions pertain to building histories, especially in the light of genealogy. Afterall, those ancesters lived somewhere, and it's natural to wonder what it was like where they lived.
Sometimes patrons are curious about the buildings they live in, when the buildings were built, and by whom. They might wonder, "Who lived in my apartment building?," "What were they like?," and "What were their lives like?" The library gets these type of questions so often, they put together a brief guide to the kinds of materials that you might use to research a New York City building's history.
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