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Elting Memorial Library
New Paltz
The Elting Memorial Library was founded in 1909. The stone building is on the State and National Historic Registers. It has the special features of the Haviland Heidgerd Historical Collection, a Suspense & Mystery Collection and a Science Fiction Collection. The library also offers public Internet access and special children's programs.
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