10, rue du Général Camou
75007 Paris, France
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1964 – The American Library in Paris relocates near the Eiffel Tower on 10 rue du Général Camou, 75007 Paris. As the Library owns the building, is it intented to be its definitive location.
1992 – Marlene Dietrich‘s personal library is donated to the American Library. As Dietrich was an avid reader prone to annotate her book collection, it’s not rare when browsing a few books of the Library to stumble upon some interesting or casual marginalia.
The Anneberg Foundation‘s support helps the Youth Librarian position to be developed, helmed by Helen Stathopulos until 2010 and by Celeste Rhoads since then.
2008 – The library’s print newletter Ex Libris is rejuvenated after 85 years in the form of E-Libris, a digital newsletter.
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