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Joseph DiLullo
Now available to view in the Digital Library, the Samuel George Morton Papers have been digitized in their entirety. Samuel George Morton (1799-1851, APS 1828)...
Valerie-Anne Lutz
Susan Laquer joined the APS last May after 21 years as archivist at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. As we reviewed applicants for the archivist...
Susan Kozel
When I visited the American Philosophical Society (APS) Library in mid-August 2019, I was on a mining expedition for documents that would help me determine...
Bayard Miller
The Center for Digital Scholarship (CDS) is excited to announce the launch of Franklin’s Philadelphia Post Office Ledgers: A Glimpse Into Colonial Correspondence Networks. This...
Susan Laquer
My first collection to process at the American Philosophical Society is the Hampton L. Carson Papers. A pioneering geneticist and evolutionary biologist, Carson worked with...
Brian Carpenter
The APS Library & Museum’s Center for Native American and Indigenous Research (CNAIR) is very glad to announce the completion of a substantial new resource...
American Philosophical Society
By David Dunning, PhD Candidate, Princeton University 2019-2020 Leon and Joanne V.C. Knopoff Fellow During his one-month residential research fellowship held during June 2019, Dunning...
American Philosophical Society
APS offices, the Library reading room, and the Museum gallery will be closed on select dates in November and December 2019. November Holiday Hours APS...