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5/20/16

HSP is partnering with The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society (PHS) as part of their summer pop-up beer garden series. 

This year, PHS will sponsor two gardens: the garden at 1438 South St., now in its third year, as well as a brand new garden at Viaduct Rail Park, 10th and Hamilton Streets, part of a creative reuse of the old Reading rail trestle in the Callowhill neighborhood.

5/20/16
Join the Historical Society of Pennsylvania (HSP) for this year’s #SummerBookChats series highlighting authors of local histories. 
 
These programs are FREE but registration is required. Reserve your ticket at: hsp.org/calendar.

Philadelphia boasts one of the oldest, largest and most diverse park systems in the United States. Yet our parks receive scant attention in histories of landscape design and city planning. 

5/20/16

Join the Historical Society of Pennsylvania (HSP) for its FREE #SummerBookChats as local authors Kathryn Wilson and Elizabeth Milroy discuss their recent works on Philadelphia history. The programs are free but registration is required.

 


Ethnic Renewal in Philadelphia’s Chinatown

 

 

5/17/16

Friday, May 13, 2016
In celebration of the Democratic National Convention, join HSP for PoliticalFest, a one-of-a-kind festival celebrating political history, government and the road to the White House.

This non-partisan, six-day festival combines multi-media and interactive displays, historical objects, and special guest appearances designed to entertain and engage Philadelphia residents and convention attendees alike.

4/19/16

PHILADELPHIA, PA - The April 2016 issue of the Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography (PMHB) has now been published.