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About the Woodlawn Heights Library

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Woodlawn Heights
The modest branch is located in the Bronx.

The Woodlawn Heights Branch of The New York Public Library is a cozy Bronx branch just three blocks from the Yonkers border.

Opened in 1931, the branch started as a 900-square-foot storefront on East 237th Street and Katonah Avenue. In 1969, the library moved to the corner of East 239th and Katonah, where it now occupies a modest 2,500-square feet. This cozy one-floor branch is accessible to people using wheelchairs and houses materials for adults, young adults, and children.

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