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Made at NYPL


In this series, we focus on projects undertaken using research collections. We hope that other researchers will build on these projects in new ways.

Manufacturing Impact: Why We Digitize

Why do we digitize? Why is access important?Read More ›

Evangelical Gotham: An Interview with Kyle Roberts

An interview with Kyle Roberts about his new book, Evangelical Gotham, which was Made at NYPL.Read More ›

Looking for Langston, Du Bois, and Miss La La: An Interview with Author John Keene

An interview with John Keene: a writer-in-residence in the Library’s Wertheim Study in 2013, where he researched and wrote Counternarratives, for which he received an American Book Award and a Lannan Literary Award in Fiction in 2016.Read More ›

A Melville Marginalia Mystery

A researcher's reading of erased marginalia provides insight to Melville's thoughts on religion.Read More ›

The OldNYC App Is Here! We Spoke with Its Creators

The OldNYC experience is now available on mobile phones—discover what was there at thousands of locations across Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, the Bronx, and Staten Island. We talked to the developers to learn more about their work with our collections.Read More ›