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The front facade of The Library Company of Philadelphia at 1314 Locust Street, Philadelphia, PA.


A photo of the Library Company of Philadelphia first floor Reading Room filled with researchers.


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A researcher using the Library Company of Philadelphia collections in the first floor Reading Room.

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The 2013 Summer Seminar for School Teachers participants with Richard S. Newman.

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Upcoming Events

Kate Field and Her Networks
Mar 29 @ 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm
Kate Field and Her Networks @ Library Company of Philadelphia | Philadelphia | PA | US

Kate Field and Her Networks

5:30 pm: Reception 

6:00 pm: Lecture with Kate Thomas, Associate Professor of English Literature at Bryn Mawr College and one of the contributors to The Cambridge Companion to Lesbian Literature (2016).

Hosted by the Program in Women’s History

Kate Field (1838-1896) was a sensation in her day: a brilliant and savvy journalist, a well-connected woman of letters, and a literary and erotic muse to many. She was also sexually and politically independent. This lecture will connect the breadth of her intellectual and social networks to her understanding of the importance of media

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