Human imagination is given no more powerful expression than through the arts, celebrating who we were, are, and will become ... and the connections are forged across virtually all cultural and societal divides. The Library's collections encompass everything from the rarified (St. Augustine) to the popular (pulp novels), and the classical (Beethoven) to the avant-garde (Coltrane), often signaling the pioneering acquisition of material once overlooked by other cultural institutions. 

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