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Special Libraries

Public or private libraries that are devoted to acquiring, classifying and making available to the community for research or general appreciation, books, manuscripts, letters and other documents or artistic materials that are rare, of special interest, of historical significance or of scholarly value. Also included are libraries whose collections specialize in materials that are related to a particular focus or target group, e.g., political thought, minority groups, gay or lesbian groups, religious groups, women.

Found 10 resources (displaying 10)

Thru: Child Care Council, Inc.

Resident of area served.
Arabic, Somali, Spanish, Swahili
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Child Care Council, Inc.

595 Blossom Road
Suite 120
Rochester, NY

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Child Care Council, Inc. Wayne Branch Office

165 E Union Street
Suite 170
Newark, NY

Thru: Louis S. Wolk Jewish Community Center of Greater Rochester

Membership for some services. Call for information.

Thru: Flower City Down Syndrome Network

Families of those with Down syndrome.
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Flower City Down Syndrome Network

2117 Buffalo Road
Rochester, NY

Thru: Genesee RiverWatch

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Genesee RiverWatch

700 W Metro Park
Rochester, NY

Thru: Regional Center for Independent Living

All disabilities. Self-disclosure of disability is required.
Spanish, American Sign Language
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Regional Center for Independent Living

497 State Street
Rochester, NY

Thru: New York State Library Talking Book and Braille Library

Be unable to read standard printed materials because of visual or physical disability (missing limb, severe arthritis, etc.) or have a diagnosed reading​/learning disability. Must have an IOS, android or recent kindle device to download digital braille and audio books from BARD (Braille and Audio Reading Download)
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New York State Library Talking Book and Braille Library

222 Madison Avenue
Cultural Education Center
Albany, NY

Thru: Goodwill of the Finger Lakes

Visual impairment or legal blindness. Vocational​/employment services: For individuals who are legally blind, ages 14 and up, by referral of a New York State Commission for the Blind vocational rehabilitation counselor.
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Goodwill of the Finger Lakes

500 S Clinton Avenue
Rochester, NY

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