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Library Co. of Phila.
“Liberty Displaying the Arts and Sciences” (1792)
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by Samuel Jennings (c.1755-after 1834), oil painting, 1792.
Painted specifically for The Library Company of Philadelphia, this detailed scene shows Liberty supporting books useful to practical and intellectual pursuits. More important is the broken chain at her feet, a symbol of the abolition of slavery.
‘A Clock for the Rooms’: The Horological Legacy of the Library Company of Philadelphia
Mah-has-kah, Chief of the Ioways—(White Cloud)
Musical Works of William Henry Fry in the Collections of The Library Company of Philadelphia
Autobiographical Sketch Written in 1987 and A Bibliography of the Published Writings of Edwin Wolf 2nd
Successor to the late Andrew McCalla, No. 252 Market St., First Hat & Cap Store Below 8th St. South Side, Philadelphia.
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