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Poems by the poet-in-residence of the Museum of Modern Art, the New York Public Library and the National Geographic Society, are available online at the Museum and online at www.museum.org.
The poems are available in three formats: as a single page, as a magazine article and as an audio book.
A digital version of each poem can be purchased in the Museum’s online catalogue.
In addition, the Museum has produced two short documentaries: the first is about the migration of the immigrants in the 1920s and 1930s; the second is about how the poets were inspired by the migrations.
For more information about the museum, visit www.libraries.org/museum .
For more stories about the Museum, visit the Museum website at http://museumofmodernart.org .
Contact the Museum about its exhibitions and exhibitions: [email protected] ofmodernart .
The Museum’s collection of poetry is maintained by the New Mexico Historical Society.
The Museum is also a nonprofit and a partner in the National Endowment for the Humanities.
For information about its collection of music, visit: music.nnmh.gov/music .
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Its headquarters are located in Austin, Texas, with offices in Washington, D.C. The center is part of the National Science Foundation, the nation’s oldest and largest scientific research and development center.
Visit the center’s website at www-nsf.gov .
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Its exhibitions, exhibits, events and programming help inspire students, scholars and audiences to engage in science.
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