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The Newberry Library

Located on Chicago's Near North Side, the Newberry Library is a privately endowed research library that is open to the public, and concentrates on history and the humanities. Since its inception in 1887, the Newberry has continued to engage in outreach projects with the community of scholars and the general public through its fellowships, lecture series, and other such programs. Visitors to the site will enjoy reading about these different programs and they may also want to peruse the online catalog before visiting the Newberry to do research. Users can also view a list (and some photos) of new acquisitions, such as the Civil War diary of Union soldier Andrew McKay and a bound Swiss volume on calligraphy from 1551. [KMG]
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