Cary Hutto

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One of my all time favorite TV series is Connections, created by science historian James Burke.  In each show, he delved into the history of science, invention, and culture to present connections between seemingly unrelated people, places, and objects.   Though not quite in the same vein as Burke's connections, in the archives, we regularly come across connections among our collections.  Now relationships between collections of family papers may seem ob

2/17/11
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Over the course of 2010, you saw several of the society’s Civil War-related collections come to light through our Digital Center for Americana project.  2011 marks the beginning of a four-year event organized by the Civil War History Consortium (CWHC) to mark the 150th anniversary of the Civil War.  The Historical Society of Pennsylvania is a member of the CWHC, which serves as a meeting ground for organizations and researchers.

1/13/11

Yesterday, HSP received its historical marker!  This commemorative blue and gold sign sits just a few yards up from the southwest corner of 13th and Locust streets.  This year, HSP is celebrating our building's 100th anniversary.  You can learn more about the history of our building in our online exhibit and past blog post; and be sure to check out Fondly, Pennsylvania

10/26/10