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American Library in Angers, France - A branch of the American Library in Paris, offering activities, a newsletter, and access to the online catalog. Site in French and English.
 
American Library in Paris - A private, non-profit English-language library in Paris, France since 1920. Site includes information on membership, collections, services, and events.
 
Athenaeum of Philadelphia - Non-profit, member-supported library founded in 1814 to collect materials "connected with the history and antiquities of America, and the useful arts, and generally to disseminate useful knowledge"; online catalog, exhibit information, and grant applications available.
 
Fendrick Library - A privately funded library open to the public, and sponsoring year round reading programs, special events, and guest speakers.
 
Library of the Boston Athenaeum - A membership and research library with special collections in Boston history, New England state and local history, biography, English and American history, literature, and arts.
 
Mechanics' Institute Library - The Mechanics' Institute Library is a general interest membership library and chess club located at 57 Post Street in San Francisco's business district.
 
Montreal Association of Independent Libraries - Access to the Atwater Library and Computer Centre, the Fraser-Hickson Library, the Montreal Children's Library, and the Jewish Public Library.
 
Newberry Library - An independent research library and educational institution located in Chicago, Illinois, USA. Strengths include: genealogy, European exploration and settlement of the Americas; the American West; literature and history of the Midwest; Native American history and literature; the Renaissance; the French Revolution; Portuguese and Brazilian history; British literature and history; the history of cartography; the history and theory of music; the history of printing; and early philology and linguistics. The collections number 1,500,000 printed titles, five million manuscript pages, and more than 300,000 historic maps. Research affiliation: Research Library Group.
 
Providence Athenaeum (Rhode Island) - Founded in 1753 as an independent membership library; provides a collection of books and other materials to all who love reading, appreciate literature, and enjoy cultural discovery.
 
Salem Athenaeum - Membership library in Salem, Massachusetts, "providing an environment for the literary and cultural advancement of its members and the community."
 
The Folger Shakespeare Library - Includes news on library projects and extensive background information.
 
The Huntington Library - Library of rare books and manuscripts principally in the fields of British and American history and literature, with readers' guides, events calendar, and images of some of the collection.
 
The Linen Hall Library - Subscription library with unique collections of books, manuscripts, pamphlets, genealogical sources, graphic images and ephemera for Irish and local studies.
 
The New York Society Library - Subscription library with public access to the reading and reference rooms only; members may borrow books. Site includes information for members and the general public.
 
Village Learning Place - An innovative non-profit community-based library, learning center, educational garden, and technology center serving diverse populations in Baltimore, Maryland (US).
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