APS Library

Jessica Frankenfield
The Fall 2018 public lecture season was packed with events celebrating the Society's 275th anniversary. Many events were inspired by the Society's history or presented...
Julie Fisher
Whenever I have the opportunity, I take a moment to look through the book pictured above, even though I cannot understand a single word on...
Tracey deJong
One of the pleasures of re-arranging the oversize collection has been the discovery of drawings given to the APS in the 18th century. One of...
Ann Reinhardt
Bentley Glass (1906-2005, APS 1963), an American geneticist, took on many roles throughout his career: researcher, historian, editor, educator, and social advocate. As a researcher,...
American Philosophical Society
Each year, the Library at the American Philosophical Society hosts a rich intellectual community of scholars working on a wide-range of projects in fields including...
Estelle Markel-Joyet
There is much that has already been written about “A map of the British Empire in America with the French and Spanish settlements adjacent thereto”;...
American Philosophical Society
Each year, the Library at the American Philosophical Society hosts a rich intellectual community of scholars working on a wide-range of projects in fields including...
Cynthia Heider
November 11, 2018, will mark the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day, the historic day when the First World War was declared officially over. As this...