LCP News

Croquettes, ready to eat

Augustine’s Chicken Croquettes

January 15, 2021/by Tristan Dahn
Wilkinson after John Singleton Copley, [The Wretched State of the Nation] (Philadelphia, January 20, 1766). Etching. Pierre Eugene Du Simitière Collection.

Minding the Gaps

January 14, 2021/by Tristan Dahn

Christmas Blossoms – Mid-Nineteenth Century Juvenile Annuals

December 17, 2020/by Tristan Dahn
Vermicelli and cheese, served

Vermicelli and Cheese

December 10, 2020/by Tristan Dahn
Scorcher Sheet Music Cover Image

Featured Acquisition: The Scorcher (1897)

December 4, 2020/by Tristan Dahn
Photo-Illustrators, [Interior of a medical clinic], ca. 1930. Gelatin silver print.

Exploring Racism in Medicine through LCP Graphics

November 13, 2020/by Tristan Dahn
A slice of Barnard Cake, served

Barnard Cake

November 13, 2020/by Tristan Dahn
Women Get Things Done Banner

Women Get Things Done VIRTUALLY!

October 29, 2020/by Tristan Dahn
Serving a slice of the finished pie

Quarterly Meeting Pie

October 21, 2020/by Tristan Dahn

Benjamin Franklin and Alchemy

October 14, 2020/by Tristan Dahn
Interior of Library Company of Philadelphia, Locust Street Branch, ca. 1885. Platinum print in Library Company of Philadelphia scrapbook, ca. 1865-ca. 1971.

Upstairs, Downstairs at the Library Company of Philadelphia

October 2, 2020/by Tristan Dahn
Marriott Canby Morris, Midway Plaisance-Dahomans, 1893. Lantern slide.

Seeing Double

October 2, 2020/by Tristan Dahn

Remembering Library Company Volunteer Louise Beardwood

September 29, 2020/by Tristan Dahn
Charles Willson Peale and Titian Ramsay Peale, View of Peale’s Museum in the Long Room, Second Floor of the State House (Independence Hall), 1822, Detroit Institute of Arts, Founders Society Purchase, Director’s Discretionary Fund

Philadelphia’s Earliest Museums, 1774-1827: Reconstructing a City’s Visual Culture

September 21, 2020/by Tristan Dahn
Carte-de-visite portrait of Victoria Woodhull.

Victoria Woodhull: A Woman Who Dared to Be Outspoken

September 17, 2020/by Tristan Dahn
“The Irrepressible Conflict” or the Republican Barge in Danger (New York: Currier & Ives, ca. 1860). Lithograph.

One Lithograph, Two “Readings”

August 24, 2020/by Tristan Dahn
Cover of Wheel within a Wheel (1895) by Frances Willard. Purchased with the Davida T. Deutsch Women’s History Fund. Green cover with depicted a bicycle wheel with the text How I Learned to Ride the Bicycle.

“Myself and the World”: Women Empowered by the Bicycle

August 19, 2020/by Tristan Dahn
Stewing all the ingredients as the final step in preparing the pepper hash

Pepper Hash

August 12, 2020/by Tristan Dahn

PAAH Summer Program 2020 Interns: Tiffani Brianna Toombs

August 5, 2020/by Tristan Dahn
Three containers of pickled cabbage left in different environments, the results of a pickling experiment

Pickled Red Cabbage

July 31, 2020/by Tristan Dahn
PAAH Mellon Scholar Guevara Jean-Pierre

PAAH Summer Program 2020 Interns: Guevara Jean-Pierre

July 29, 2020/by Tristan Dahn
Finished cherry pie

Cherry Pie

July 23, 2020/by Tristan Dahn
Miss Barton, Unidentified landscape, early 19th century. Watercolor.

Women Makers and Caretakers

July 22, 2020/by Tristan Dahn
PAAH Summer Program 2020 Intern Abigail Posey

PAAH Summer Program 2020 Interns: Abigail Posey

July 22, 2020/by Tristan Dahn
Photographic portrait of Annie Besant with signature

Annie Besant and the Path to Authorial and Bodily Agency for Women

July 21, 2020/by Tristan Dahn