Berlin Wall 1961

Berlin Wall 1961

In August of 1961 the east German government closed the border between the east and west sectors of Berlin by building the infamous Berlin Wall. It became the symbol of the Cold War. The Plattsburgh-Press Republican discusses the propagandic value the wall held. To...
ASK THE LAWYER! FAQs Now Available

ASK THE LAWYER! FAQs Now Available

The Network’s ASK THE LAWYER! service now has a FAQ list, comprised of recent inquires made from various participating 3Rs library councils’ members. To view the FAQ, click here. NNYLN member libraries that would like to make use of this service should...

Erie Canal Exhibits

Host a Small Exhibit at Your Library The library councils are working on an exhibit to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the ground-breaking on the Erie Canal. It includes an online exhibit (featuring NY Heritage images) as well as a physical exhibit that will...

Grant Opportunity – Public Humanities Project

National Endowment for the Humanities Public Humanities Projects program supports efforts to bring the ideas and insights of the humanities to life for general audiences. Projects may relate to disciplines such as history, literature, ethics, and art history, or...