Category Archives: new at the library

I heard that the Dallas History & Archives Division on the 7th floor of the Central Library recently re-opened after a renovation.  What’s new and different from when I visited a couple of years ago?

The Dallas History & Archives Division had a grand re-opening last month on Saturday, August 20, the result of an extensive renovation of the 7th floor of the J. Erik Jonsson Central Library.  Not only does the new space have … Continue reading

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Children’s Books: Three New Adventures

Goodbye Stranger by Rebecca Stead Bridge and her best friends Emily and Tab have been through a lot together, including a horrific accident that Bridge barely survived. When 7th grade begins, Bridge’s world is turned upside down. Emily has a … Continue reading

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When will the Texas / Dallas History & Archives collection reopen on the 7th floor of the Central Library?

The seventh floor of the J. Erik Jonsson Central Library, home to the Texas / Dallas History & Archives and Fine Books collections, is in the final stages of a year-long renovation.   To begin preparations for reopening the floor to … Continue reading

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My favorite reads are street lit (urban fiction). Will you be getting more books in that area?

The Humanities Division is pleased to announce the addition of over a hundred new titles to our urban fiction collection. Take a look at what’s new, and place your requests here: http://bit.ly/1E4CW4T (Music Credit: www.bensound.com) This collection was made possible through … Continue reading

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