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Leaving Cloister of Dusty Offices, Young Archivists Meet Like Minds

  13.04.29 1:01pm

Their gatherings take place at locations as disparate as the Metropolitan Museum of Art in Manhattan or the Bohemian Hall and Beer Garden in Queens, but they always reflect their consummate knowledge of New York. And when the conversation turns to topics like chaos or history’s turning points, no one is in a hurry to go home.

 

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