The New York Society Library offers E-memberships for those interested in access to our collection of 20+ electronic resources. Most resources are accessible off-site. Some of the resources that we offer include JSTOR, Project Muse, The Founding Era (collections of papers and correspondence from the 18th-early 19th centuries), archives to The TLS, New York Review of Books, and the London Review of Books, various Oxford University Press databases, and many more.
We also offer our own database called City Readers, a fully searchable database of circulation records for our early membership from 1789 to 1805. City Readers is available to all, and is a rich resource for those studying reading history.
The New York Society Library was founded in 1754 and membership is by subscription. We offer other membership options that include book borrowing privileges (we have a large circulating collection in open stacks), use of study rooms, and more. The Library has a collection of rare books and special collections, as well.
Please write to me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
New York Society Library
53 East 79th Street
New York, NY 10075
(212) 288-6900, ext. 247
Steven McGuirl, New York Society Library