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Volunteer to help on Dyngus Day

Interested in volunteering to help out on Dyngus Day?

Contact us at amldclibrarian@gmail.com.


Album Pamiatkowe is now digitized!

The University at Buffalo has digitized a valuable resource. Album pamiatkowe i przewodnik handlowy : osady polskiej w miescie Buffalo, z dolaczeniem okolicznych miejscowósci ze stanu New York is now available to download as a PDF. Go to the University at Buffalo to download. The Album Pamiatkowe was published in 1906 and lists the Polish businessmen of Buffalo.

Hat tip to Louise T.


Club Member Photo Shoot


969007_10201673339693396_1003518585_nAttention all current members of the Adam Mickiewicz Library & Dramatic Circle. A group photo shoot will take place on July 27 at 6:00 PM. Come dressed in your Sunday best. Men should wear suits and ladies should wear dresses.

Go to Facebook to learn more or to RSVP.

A Visit From the Pope

And now a look at historical item from our collection. This is the Adam Mickiewicz Library and Dramatic Circle’s guest book. The earliest signature dates from 1896.

kdiam amldc book cover

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This reads, “Ksiazka Pamiatkowa KDIAM”.

One of the most famous people to sign our guest book is Cardinal Karol Wojtyła in 1969 who later became Pope John Paul II.


In the note, Cardinal Wojtyła asks God to bless AMLDC and Our Lady of Ostrabrama to protect it.

We have quite a few books on Pope John Paul II. Here is a selection.

In the footsteps of Pope John Paul II : an intimate personal portrait by John M. Szostak
BX1378.5 .S95 1980

The people’s Pope : the story of Karol Wojtyla of Poland by James Oram
BX1378.5 .O7

Man From a Far Country by Mary Craig
BX1378.5 .C72 1979

John Paul II, the Pope from Poland by Tadeusz Karolak
BX1378.5 .K37 1979

Come to the Library and check these out!