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July 2013
Halve Maen;Summer2013, Vol. 86 Issue 2, p41
The article discusses donations made to the Holland Society of New York Library in 2013. These include a collection of books on New Netherland and New Jersey history from Society trustee John R. Voorhis and a series of historical documents on New York City families from Marie Stewart of New York City. The digitization of these materials is also addressed.


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