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Library Co. of Phila.
Legacies of Genius: A Celebration of Philadelphia Libraries
by Edwin Wolf 2nd (au).
1988 was the year of "Legacies of Genius." After three years of intensive planning, the show finally opened in April and enthralled the city until the end of September. The exhibition was a collaborative venture undertaken by sixteen Philadelphia special collections libraries, with the Library Company playing a major role in the planning and execution and providing a home for a portion of the exhibition. Edwin Wolf 2nd served as guest curator of the exhibition. More than 17,000 people came to see the show, a response that was very gratifying to all those who had a hand in the project. (Philadelphia: 1988.)
Poor Richardís Books: An Exhibition of Books Owned by Benjamin Franklin Now on the Shelves of the Library Company of Philadelphia
Germantown and The Germans: Exhibition Catalogue
View of the Philadelphia Volunteer Refreshment Saloons.
Traveling the Pennsylvania Railroad: The Photographs of William H. Rau
Every Man His Own Doctor: Popular Medicine in Early America
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