; Stephen O'Connor's Orphan Trains
, documenting the more than 250,000 city children shipped to Midwestern homes; and Michael Henry Adams and Paul Rocheleau's Harlem Lost and Found
, a social and architectural history of the world-famous African American neighborhood. And while you're roaming the grand hallways, check out "Children at Risk: Protecting New York's Youth, 1653-2003," and think about donating to The New York Times
Neediest Cases campaign. It would make a great gift for the girl or guy who has everything.