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Nubarian Library

Established in 1928 in Paris, France, by AGBU founder Boghos Nubar, the AGBU Nubarian Library (La Bibliothèque Nubarian) is a premier center for scholarly research and an invaluable resource for the public education of Armenian history.

The library houses an impressive collection of archives, including over 10,000 photographs, and 1,000 periodicals dating back to the 19th century, in addition to 40,000 books on Armenian history. These important items offer critical insight into the history of the Armenian people and document the vital role that AGBU has played in the development of Armenia and diaspora communities.

Rare photos include those taken of AGBU’s relief efforts before, during and after the Armenian Genocide, as well as of our recent programs around the world that preserve and promote the Armenian heritage.

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