2 edition of Local indexes in New York state libraries found in the catalog.
Local indexes in New York state libraries
New York Library Association. Junior Members Round Table. Local indexes committee.
1943 in [New York .
Written in English
|Statement||compiled by the Junior members round table of the New York library association, Local indexes committee.|
|LC Classifications||Z6293 .N4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 42 numb. l,|
|Number of Pages||42|
|LC Control Number||42050271|
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Databases in Local History and Genealogy. This list of databases may be useful to those researching local history or genealogy.
Databases in the Local History/Genealogy area of the library are designated LH/G. Databases at the Electronic Reference Station (behind the Reference Desk) are designated ERS. Guide to Records in the New York State Archives, 2nd ed. (Albany, New York: State Archives and Records Administration, ).
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The library charges fifteen cents for every black and white copy and twenty-five cents for every color copy made in the library. York History (photos), and York History.
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