|In This Issue:
The Year of the Branch
The Directors Journal
Treasures of the Library
Library Celebrates African-American History Month
African-American History Month Celebration Calendar
Library holds awards ceremony
Have a reference question?
Grants support valuable services and programs
Friends grants top $14,000
Friends install new officers
Friends set dates for Book Sale; need volunteers
A number of exhibitions are planned for the first half of 2000. The list includes:
- African-American Firsts: Lest We Forget, January 10 through March 4, Second-Floor Gallery
- The Essential Calendar, January 10 through April 29, Third-Floor Gallery
- Women Artists, March 9 through April 29, Second-Floor Gallery
- Animal Prints, May 8 through June 30, Second- and Third-Floor Galleries
Calendar exhibition through April.
Charles F. Cummings, an Assistant Director at the Library, talks with novelist Philip Roth during the book festival in Aix-en-Provence, France, which saluted Roth and his native Newark. Cummings curated the accompanying exhibition, "What is Newark? Where is Newark?".
For more information about the Library’s exhibitions, please call William J. Dane at 733-7745, or access the Library’s home page at www.npl.org and click on "Programs and Exhibits".