Welcome to the Pat Parker/Vito Russo Center Library!
The Pat Parker/Vito Russo Center Library is getting a new home as part of the renovations now underway at the Center. The library, along with the workspace of the Center’s National Archive of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender History, will relocate to room 410. Renovation of that room will begin soon.
Library volunteers have been weeding out excess volumes and packing the collection. That means a couple of things.
First, the library is no longer accepting donations.
Second, the library is on hiatus for packing and moving. The last day of operation for the library in its current space was Saturday, August 10.
We expect the library to re-open by the end of 2013. In the meantime, volunteers will be hard at work behind the scenes packing and attending to all the administrative details entailed in moving and re-opening in new – and wonderful – space.
Founded in 1991 to encourage and facilitate the reading and research of LGBT literature, the Pat Parker/Vito Russo Center Library is an important community resource. Hundreds of people visit each month to browse and borrow books and videos.
The Library Catalog is online - click here to view.
Library Hours of Operation:
Tuesday - Thursday, 6-9 p.m.
Friday - Saturday, 1-4 p.m.