Past Fellows: 1987

The Library Company of Philadelphia & Historical Society of Pennsylvania Summer Research Fellows

Dr. Elizabeth Rauh Bethel, Research Associate, W.E.B. DuBois Institute for Afro-American Research, Harvard University, Afro-American Responses to the First Emancipation, 1780-1865

Dr. Hywel M. Davies, University Administrator, University College of Wales, Aberystwyth. The Transatlantic World of Samuel Jones, Baptist Minister of Pennepek, Pennsylvania

Gail E. Farr, Ph.D. candidate, University of Pennsylvania, Department of History. The Politics of Public Health Care: Philadelphia General Hospital, 1854-1930

Dr. Michael Hackenberg, Assistant Professor, University of Chicago Graduate Library School. Early Philadelphia Subscription Publishing, 1820-1875

Judith A. Hunter, Ph.D. candidate, Yale University, Department of History. Nativism in Antebellum Philadelphia 

Nancy G. Isenberg, Ph.D. candidate, University of Wisconsin, Department of History. The Feminist and Religious Discourse of the Woman’s Rights Movement in America, 1848-1860.

Judith K. Major, Ph.D. candidate, University of Pennsylvania, Graduate Group in Architecture. The Role of “Imitation” in Andrew Jackson Downing’s Theory of Landscape Gardening

Dr. Sonya Michel, Lecturer on History and Literature, Harvard University. A History of Public Child Care in America, 1815-1945

Mary Panzer, Ph.D. candidate, Boston University, American and New England Studies Program, and Fellow, National Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Institution. John Moran (1831-1902), Philadelphia Photographer

Dr. Janice G. Schimmelman, Associate Professor, Oakland University, Department of Art and Art History. Bibliography of American Imprints on Art through 1865

Dr. Thomas P. Slaughter, Associate Professor, Rutgers University, Department of History. Race Relations in Southeastern Pennsylvania from the Mid-18th Century through the Civil War

Dr. Dell Upton, Assistant Professor of Architectural History, University of California, Berkeley. The Commercialization of Anglo-American Architecture, 1750-1850