Introducing an exclusive partnership with The New York Public Library celebrating the Polonsky Exhibition of The New York Public Library’s Treasures!
Featuring reproductions of historical documents and cultural artifacts from The New York Public Library Spencer Collection, Rare Book Division and Henry W. and Albert A. Berg Collection of English and American Literature, these special journals and notebooks are sure to capture the attention of history and literature buffs alike.
The New York Public Library, founded in 1895, is America’s largest public library system and an essential resource of books, information, ideas and education. For over a century, the Library has been a hub for cultural and learning experiences. It is home to a variety of carefully curated collections of great historical importance, on topics ranging from Women’s Studies and U.S. History to Baseball and Computer Science.
Partnering with such a venerable institution is an inspiring opportunity to bring together our shared passion for lifelong learning and connecting communities.
Our Treasures of The New York Library Collection
This is a front-row pass to the Polonsky Exhibition of The New York Public Library’s Treasures. With these designs and the stories they tell, you can go behind the scenes at this most venerable institution, taking home a piece of history that can inspire your own creativity and expression.
Our Treasures of The New York Public Library collection offers a selection of the most coveted, unique and culturally significant artifacts of the Library’s 2021 exhibit. We are honoured to have been chosen to work together with NYPL on this inspiring and varied collection.
Discover new worlds with the Hunt-Lenox Globe and De Sideribus Tractatus, explore the creative mind of Virginia Woolf and – in a North American exclusive – honour American history with the Declaration of Independence this season.
Have you ever visited The New York Public Library? Which “Treasure” are you most looking forward to?