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American Philosophical Society
By Rosemarie Fettig, Bryn Mawr College 2019 Curatorial Research Intern The following blog post is adapted from a presentation given as part of the APS...
Tracey deJong
While working in the oversize collection, I came upon a drawing (pictured above) without a call number to connect it to its collection or accession...
Tracey deJong
While working in the oversize collection, I came upon a drawing (pictured above) without a call number to connect it to its collection or accession...
Adrianna Link
Inspired by its 2020 exhibition Dr. Franklin, Citizen Scientist , the American Philosophical Society Library & Museum is organizing a daylong symposium that explores the...
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Charles Greifenstein
The APS has received the papers of physicist Freeman Dyson (APS 1976). In May 2019, Curator of Manuscripts Charles Greifenstein visited Dyson at the Institute...
American Philosophical Society
Photo of Wyck by Robert Buzzard Photography The collection provides invaluable primary source material for American History topics c.1690-1970, including Yellow Fever, Horticulture, Brewing, Meteorology,...
Cynthia Heider
The American Philosophical Society holds many of the papers relating to Elisha Kent Kane , a 19th-century doctor and explorer. In the lead-up to Halloween,...
Estelle Markel-Joyet
Athelstan Spilhaus was not only the owner of a truly unique name, he was also a geologist, oceanographer, inventor, science communicator, and president of The...