Historical Society Of Pennsylvania
The web site, “Preserving American Freedom,” presents fifty pivitol documents in American history.
Kim Sajet, the president and CEO of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, was named to the post Tuesday. Beginning April 1, she will oversee a collection of 21,000 objects, including famous images of Abraham Lincoln, George Washington and other prominent figures in American history.
The half dozen versions, on display at the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, show the document’s evolution, from a hand-written work-in-progress to the later ones for the delegates and public.
The Historical Society of Pennsylvania, at 13th and Locust in Center City, hosts a special display on a special day Monday.
March is Women’s History Month, and Philadelphia is celebrating the lives of notable ladies of the past and present.
Researching genealogy is a growing hobby and a Philadelphia organization will be right in the thick of things.
The Historical Society of Pennsylvania is out with a cookbook that dates from Civil war times.
Looking for something spooky to do this Halloween? Take a Haunted HSP Ghost Tour with spiritual medium Marisa Liza Pell!
A George Washington one-day exhibit will take place at the Society’s 13th and Locust building on Wednesday, August 3rd.
Could an accused historical document thief have tapped a Philadelphia trove? The Historical Society of Pennsylvania is combing through hundreds of boxes in its collection to make sure nothing is missing.
To mark the anniversary, a treasure trove of artifacts was on display today at the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, in Philadelphia.
The collection of Civil War documents and artwork is one of the largest and most impressive in the country.
The exhibit features many photos and letters of Richardson Dilworth who, among a great number of other things, was mayor of Philadelphia from 1956 to 1962.