Superb Brooklyn Public Library Volunteer #12: Ulmer Park Library Opened As A Sub-library In 1951, And Within Five Years Grew Into A Full Library. The Library Moved To Its Current Location In 1963.

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Superb Brooklyn Public Library Volunteer #12: Ulmer Park Library Opened As A Sub-library In 1951, And Within Five Years  Grew Into A Full Library. The Library Moved To Its Current Location In 1963.

Superb Brooklyn Public Library Volunteer #12: Ulmer Park Library Opened As A Sub-library In 1951, And Within Five Years Grew Into A Full Library. The Library Moved To Its Current Location In 1963.

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