The Library is a collection of selected research papers, monographs, and theses on topics in preservation history.
The Campaign to Preserve 2 Columbus Circle: A Chronology. by Kate Wood in partnership with the New York Preservation Archive Project.
Enforcement and the New York City Landmarks Law: Past, Present, and Future. by Benjamin Baccash. (PDF)
New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission (1962-1999): Paradigm for Changing Attitudes Towards Historic Preservation. by Marjorie Pearson (external link)
Battling for Brooklyn Heights. by Martin L. Schneider. (PDF)
Video: Brooklyn Is My Neighborhood: The Story of New York's First Historic District. Produced by Martin L. Schneider and Karl Junkersfeld as an accompaniment to the above monograph. (external link)
Building and Rebuilding New York: The Radio Urbanism of Robert C. Weinberg, 1966-71. by Christopher Neville. (PDF)
Albert S. Bard and the Origin of Historic Preservation in New York. by Carol Clark. (PDF)