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Category:Morgan Library & Museum

The Morgan Library & Museum (formerly the Pierpont Morgan Library) is a museum and research library located on Madison Avenue at East 36th Street in Manhattan, New York City. It was founded in 1907 to house the private library of J.P. Morgan, which included, besides the manuscripts and printed books, some of them in rare bindings, his collection of prints and drawings. The original library building was built from 1902-1907 and was designed by Charles McKim of the firm McKim, Mead and White, with sculptures by Edward Clark Potter. It cost $1.2 million. The library was made a public institution in 1924 by his son, in accordance with Morgan's will. An annex building, designed by Benjamin Wistar Morris, was added in 1927-28, and a modernist entrance building, designed by the Renzo Piano Building Workshop and Beyer Blinder Belle, was added in 2006. (Source: Guide to NYC Landmarks (4th ed.)

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The Morgan Library & Museum 
library and museum in New York, New York
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Instance of museum,
rare book library
LocationManhattan, New York City, New York
Located at street address
  • 225 Madison Avenue in 36th Street
Heritage designation
  • place listed on the National Register of Historic Places
  • 1924
Date of official opening
  • 1924
official website
Authority control

40° 44′ 56.4″ N, 73° 58′ 55.2″ W

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