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About the Soundview Library

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The Soundview Branch of The New York Public Library, which opened in 1973, is a bright, airy, one-story, marble building located on Soundview Avenue near Seward Avenue. All parts of the library, with the exception of the restrooms and the water fountain, are wheelchair accessible. The branch houses adult, young adult, and children's books, a small Spanish-language collection, and a non-print collection of videos, CDs, CD-ROMs, language tapes, and books on tape available for borrowing. A meeting room is available for community group use. 

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