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Formerly the Long Island Collection, the archives features historical records documenting, Queens, Brooklyn, and Long Island. We are currently digitizing this collection as that you can have access from home.
Queens Library have paid databases that you can use for free. A majority of magazines and periodicals are digitized and converted to PDF so that customers can access articles anywhere and anytime. Need a review from Consumer Reports published 5 years ago? We have it.
The Central Library @ Queens Library contains nearly one million volumes of materials in comprehensive subject collections, and more than 800 titles of academic and professional journals and magazines, as well as professional indices and abstracts.
Queens Library is Cooperating Collection of Foundation Center. We provide a core collection of Foundation Center Publications, Databases, Supplementary Materials, and Services that are useful to people who are seeking grants for non-profit organizations or for themselves.
Many federal government documents are digital and online now, but it can be hard to navigate. Access quick links to laws and codes, bills, census data, labor statistics, and anything else you might need, city and state included.
The Library produces resource guides that identify helpful Internet links, recommended readings, and more. Find everything you need to start your own business, exams guides for a classes and jobs. Take a look in this section if Googling has you stumped.
Can’t find something in the catalog? With Interlibrary Loans, customers can request books from other libraries.
Queens Library hosts several Special Collections. From Black Heritage reference material to microfilms of old newspapers, our collections can enrich your research experience.