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closing down the Riverside Branch Library, which is too small and is the most used library we have, and we're going to have a bigger library in the new building. Branch library, funded mainly by the city. So we have the money at least. And then we're going to have a little bit of space for the research library. But apparently it's basement space where we can store and play all the tapes and discs and what have you that people call up from the booths. You know they sit in a booth and say, “I'd like to hear this.” Somebody down there-

Q:

That's a New York Public Library operation.

Heiskell:

Research Center.

Q:

Another Research Center.

Heiskell:

Yeah, you see there're two libraries. There's the Research Library-

Q:

The Research Center for the Performing Arts?

Heiskell:

Performing Arts. Which is one of our research libraries. And then there's a branch library and now there's going to be a new branch library.

Q:

So, have you had any dealings with either Weissman or Levanthal about the new building that are of interest to record?





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