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New York Public Library Abandons Controversial Renovation Plans

Posted at 8:09AM Thursday 08 May 2014

Campaigners shocked and elated as plans to turn iconic Fifth Avenue research institution into a lending library are axed

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www.thecourier.co.uk

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