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Library Co. of Phila.
This exhibition attempts to represent a "collective individuality" of women by tracing their stages of life: birth, growth, maturity, and old age. In what kinds of environments did they grow up? How did they amuse themselves? What were their aims in life and how did they fulfill them? How did their roles change? We have sought to ask some questions a biographer would raise, and to illustrate a few of the possible answers. (Philadelphia: The Library Company of Philadelphia, 1974.)
“By A Lady”: American Women Poets of the 18th and 19th Centuries: Exhibition Catalogue
Rittenhouse Mill and the Beginnings of Papermaking in America
Poor Richard’s Books: An Exhibition of Books Owned by Benjamin Franklin Now on the Shelves of the Library Company of Philadelphia
Made in America: Printmaking, 1760-1860
China On Our Shelves: An Exhibition of Books about China acquired by the Library Company of Philadelphia mostly before and during the Heyday of the American China Trade, 1784-1840
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