1. Everyone now … “awwww.” What better way to celebrate Caturday than with a photo of a cute kid sitting with a cute cat? This image is from the Library’s 1964 World’s Fair collection in our Manuscripts and Archives Division (a collection that is the basis for the Library’s free app Biblion), and is quite appropriate, since we at the Library have babies on the brain - a baby boy was actually born in our Clason’s Point branch Thursday! Shout out to employee Wanda Luzon, who helped bring the little guy into the world, right inside the entrance of the Bronx branch! Check out the story as told by the New York Post, NBC and CBS. And, of course, happy Caturday!

    Everyone now … “awwww.” What better way to celebrate Caturday than with a photo of a cute kid sitting with a cute cat? This image is from the Library’s 1964 World’s Fair collection in our Manuscripts and Archives Division (a collection that is the basis for the Library’s free app Biblion), and is quite appropriate, since we at the Library have babies on the brain - a baby boy was actually born in our Clason’s Point branch Thursday! Shout out to employee Wanda Luzon, who helped bring the little guy into the world, right inside the entrance of the Bronx branch! Check out the story as told by the New York Post, NBC and CBS. And, of course, happy Caturday!

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