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639 Bedford Road<br>Tarrytown, NY 10591<br>Telephone: 914-366-6901<br>E-mail: [mailto:librarian@hudsonvalley.org librarian@hudsonvalley.org]<br>Website: [http://www.hudsonvalley.org/education/library Historic Hudson Valley Library]
:By appointment only. This library has unique sources for early Hudson River migration, steamboats, industries, and culture.</ref> 4,000 rare books, 3,000 manuscripts, as well as maps, pamphlets, and microfilm to explain the cultural and historical significance of the Hudson River Valley<ref>[http://www.hudsonvalley.org/education/library Library] in ''Historic Hudson Valley'' (accessed 22 November 2013).</ref><br><br>
 
=== [[Leo Baeck Institute]] ===
[[File:Center for Jewish History NYC.jpg|thumb|right|280px|<center>Center for Jewish History (Leo Baeck Institute) in Manhattan</center>]]Center for Jewish History<br>15 West 16th Street<br>(Between 5th & 6th Avenues)<br>New York, NY 10011<br>Telephone: 212-744-6400 or 212-294-8340<br>E-mail: [https://www.lbi.org/ask/ Ask a Librarian form]<br>Website: [https://www.lbi.org/ Leo Baeck Institute—New York|Berlin]
:Leo Baeck Institute is devoted to the history and culture of German-speaking Jews.<ref>[https://www.lbi.org/ Home] in ''Leo Baeck Institute—New York|Berlin'' (accessed 6 May 2016).</ref> They preserve family and community histories about Jews in German speaking countries.<br><br>
 
=== [[Ackman & Ziff Family Genealogy Institute]] ===
Center for Jewish History<br>15 West 16th St., New York, NY 10011<br>(917) 606-8217<br>gi@cjh.org<br>http://genealogy.cjh.org<br>The Ackman & Ziff Family Genealogy Institute provides access to a wealth of genealogical resources through the Center for Jewish History’s partner collections and the Institute’s extensive reference collection, online databases, and research guides. The partners’ archives comprise the world’s largest and most comprehensive archive of the modern Jewish experience outside of Israel. The collections span a thousand years, with more than 5 miles of archival documents (in dozens of languages and alphabet systems) and more than 500,000 volumes, including family and community histories, memoirs, newspapers, and photographs, as well as records of communal, cultural, political and professional organizations.<br><br>
=== Montgomery County Dept. of History ===
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