Posts Tagged ‘Library Company of Philadelphia’

Until Death Do Us Part: An Ode To Philadelphia Book Collecting

Until Death Do Us Part: An Ode To Philadelphia Book Collecting

September 6, 2019  |  History

In celebration of National Read A Book Day, Mickey Herr dives deep into the stacks at some of Philadelphia's most historic and obscure libraries > more

Everyday Livin' At The Library Company

Everyday Livin’ At The Library Company

May 20, 2013  |  History

With an ephemera exhibition opening tomorrow, the Library Company of Philadelphia brings us a collectible slice of life. Remnants of Everyday Life: Historical Ephemera in the Workplace, Street, and Home accentuates design in items ranging from souvenirs to trade cards to paper dolls from the late 18th to mid-20th centuries > more

Furness Week? It Endures, At Least In One Exhibit Room

Furness Week? It Endures, At Least In One Exhibit Room

March 12, 2013  |  Architecture

The Library Company of Philadelphia extends our Furness lovefest through next month--and follows it with another insightful exhibition into 19th century local life > more