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  • A complete academic library located on the CSI campus at 2800 Victory Boulevard. The web page includes many electronic databases, which are available for use by CSI students only.
  • Operating since 1999, the library collects material about the colonial and Revolutionary War periods.
  • Search the online catalog. Students can also utilize many online databases. The library is located on Grimes Hill on the Wagner College Campus.
  • A collection of over 134,000 items serving the students of the Staten Island campus of St. John's University at 300 Howard Avenue.
  • The Staten Island Historical Society (SIHS) collects and preserves materialsof everyday life including artifacts, archives and buildings. It conductsand promotes research based on these collections. SIHS operates HistoricRichmond Town, New York City's historic village and museum complex,where it shares its collection and knowledge with the public throughcreative and engaging interpretative activities. Please contact SIHS for museum hours or to make an appointment to visit the research library.
  • The History Archives and Library of the Staten Island Museum is closed at the current time. It will be reopened during late Spring 2009 after it has been relocated to the Snug Harbor Cultural Center.Founded in 1881, the 175+ Collections of the Staten Island Institute of Arts & Sciences are a hidden resource for all.
  • Collections are open to the public during specified hours. The library is located at 475 Seaview Avenue on the North Campus of the Hospital.
  • Contact information for a public access law library open week-days 9:00 - 4:30. Select "R" for Richmond County. The Library is now located at 130 Stuyvesant Place, Room 300. The "Libraries" link leads to the LION catalog, which has a "location" limit in the "keyword searching" option.