The Boston Public Library Foundation, guided by a board of prominent civic leaders and supported by an enthusiastic volunteer corps of Young Professionals, was created in 1992 to restore and revitalize the Boston Public Library. Over the past decade the Foundation has focused its efforts on restoring the National Historic Landmark McKim Building at Copley Square, updating the facilities and services of the Library’s twenty-seven neighborhood branches, improving access to library collections through state-of-the-art technology, and preserving, maintaining, and electronically cataloging the Library’s special collections.
The Triumph of Religion