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Browse HSP's media library to view photographs from past events and exhibits, audio and video recordings, and documents.

 

Information Commons
Mon, 2015-08-24 13:51
June Cultures of Independence Teacher Workshop
Thu, 2015-07-02 16:52
Founder's Award 2015
Fri, 2015-06-05 13:45

On Thursday, May 7, 2015 HSP honored novelist Sue Monk Kidd with the Founder's Award and HSP board member Alice Lea Tasman with the Heritage Award.

The Scrapbook of Edith Madeira & PHL's Connection to the Red Cross' Commission to Palestine.
Fri, 2015-05-29 12:25

Celebrations of the hard work and sacrifice of emergency medical services personnel have marked this year's National EMS Week.

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Family History Days 2016: Using Find My Past
11/2/16

If your family has origins in the British Isles, Findmypast is a resource you should be utilizing! Learn about our incredible British and Irish collections, the advantages of using global newspapers, and get a glimpse of what is ahead for Findmypast.

Symphony of a Thousand
11/2/16

On March 2, 1916, the Philadelphia Orchestra performed the U.S. premiere of Gustav Mahler's Symphony No. 8, also known as "The Symphony of a Thousand." The Orchestra - and Philadelphia - would never be the same.

An Artist Embedded: The (Musical) Spark in My Life
10/27/16

John Fryer – disguised as Dr. Anonymous – urged doctors not to treat gays and lesbians as "sick."  But there was another man behind that mask: a devoted choir and organ master. In this program, we explore what church music meant to Fryer and how it evolves as society and culture change.  

Swingin At the Society
10/27/16

Get loud in the library this February with Swingin' at the Society as HSP transforms from a shushed library into a raucous dance hall. Dance the night away as the sounds of Jazz Age America fill HSP's halls with tunes from the Philadelphia-based band Bitters & Rye

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