The library on E. 96th street was my mother’s lifeline to a new life when she came here as a poor immigrant teen-ager from war-torn France in 1918.

The library on E. 96th street was my mother’s lifeline to a new life when she came here as a poor immigrant teen-ager from war-torn France in 1918.

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