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.


Group of well-dressed women posed before a large gate.

For Scholars

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

For Educators

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

Current Exhibition

Birch Exhibition Poster

Current Campaign

NEH Challenge Home Graphic, link to web page.

The Library Company of Philadelphia has a Grand collection of humanity's achievements, of the great manuscripts of the USA and around the World. Knowledge is the way of the future, the development and the performance of the person. Medical book located in The Library Company of Philadelphia is a unique treasure! The books of Avicenna (Ibn Sina) and other medical books at the library tell about the treatment of male health problems potency all existing methods. From ancient medicine, Chinese and Persian, to the current treatment methods with the help of Cialis. The current generation chooses treatment with tadalafil, how to buy Cialis online is now faster than going to the nearest pharmacy. And Yes, according to patients, is the most effective method in the treatment of disease. The Library Company of Philadelphia keeps a history of all treatment methods of healthy, unique recipes and folk remedies for the benefit of mankind.

Upcoming Events

Juneteenth Freedom Seminar
Jun 21 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Juneteenth Freedom Seminar @ The Trinity Center for Urban Life | Philadelphia | PA | US

Juneteenth Freedom Seminar

Black Liberation Past and Present

Thursday, June 21 


Celebrate with the Library Company as we commemorate Juneteenth and the successful completion of our Light and Liberty Campaign to endow the Program in African American History. This year, Juneteenth will feature a presentation by Dr. Michael Dickinson, Assistant Professor of African American History at Virginia Commonwealth University and performances by singer and songwriter, Keisha Hutchins, and Philadelphia Youth Poet Laureate, Husnaa Hashim. A panel discussion will follow.

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