On Friday, the Lou Reed Archive at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts is officially opening, The New York Times reports. The career-spanning personal archive includes thousands of audio and video recordings, writing, photographs, and more. In celebration of its opening to the public, the NYPL has issued 6,000 limited-edition library cards featuring a 1972 photograph of Reed taken by Mick Rock.

The NYPL and Laurie Anderson—Lou Reed’s widow and avant-garde pioneer—announced the archive back in 2017. Last year, a book of Reed’s iconic interviews was published.

Read Pitchfork’s feature, “These Are the Best Lou Reed Books.”