Free Public Library
The Frank R. Lautenberg & Family Library specializes in media related to immigrant and labor studies.
The Library is a growing collection of:
- Books: Biographies, Novels, Historical & Contemporary Research
- Audio and videocassettes
- CD's and DVD's
- Unpublished Dissertations, Theses & Manuscripts
- Curriculum Guides for Educators
- Juvenile & Children's Books
To access the Museum's online catalogue visit https://labormuseumlibrary.librarika.com We are in the process of adding many new titles.
The Library is open to the general public:
- Wednesday through Saturday 1-4 PM and by appointment by calling (973) 595-7953
- With a local library card, patrons may borrow media for a 3-week period
- Note: some materials are for reference use only and, may not be borrowed.
New for Adults:
The Man Who Hated Work and Loved Labor: The Life and Times of Tony Mazzocchi, book by Les Leopold, a gift to the library from family and friends in memory of Jack Mandell.
Flying the Line by George E. Hopkins, a two volume history of the Air Line Pilots Association, International, a gift of ALPA & Capt. John A. Prater, President of ALPA.
Howard Zinn: You Can't Be Neutral on a Moving Train, a film (DVD) by Deb Ellis and Denis Mueller.
New for Educators:
Acting Out: Six On-Act Plays! Six Newbery Stars!, book edited by Justin Chanda featuring the playwrights Avi, Susan Cooper, Sharon Creech, Patricia MacLachlan, Katherine Paterson and Richard Peck.
New for Children:
Bread and Roses, Too, novel by Katherine Paterson.
Labor Day, book by Robin Nelson.