American Antiquarian Society

American Antiquarian Society
American Antiquarian Society is listed in the Organizations & Associations category in Worcester, Massachusetts. Displayed below are the social networks for American Antiquarian Society which include a Facebook page, a Instagram account and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of American Antiquarian Society on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 96.

Contact information for American Antiquarian Society is:
185 Salisbury St
Worcester, MA 01609
(508) 755-5221

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American Antiquarian Society has an overall ZapScore of 96. This means that American Antiquarian Society has a higher ZapScore than 96% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Worcester, Massachusetts is 33 and in the Organizations & Associations category is 62. Learn more about ZapScore.

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RT @UkNatArchives: Banishing the bulk! Find out how our conservation team made a badly-damaged 17th century volume accessible: https://t.c…

#tinyTuesday, on a Wednesday! This design for a tobacco revenue stamp was made around 1865 by the Continental Bank Note company. That's Lady Liberty in her cap at the center and she is surrounded by precise, difficult to execute, engraved decorative designs typical of stamps of this era. The completed stamps would have been used to show that taxes had been paid on tobacco products like cigars. #beforeSpirograph #engraving #closework #stamps

RT @HistorioBLOG: "Deconflicting Iroquoia" by Karim M. Tiro #VastEarlyNativeAmerica…

It's #Halloween time! 🎃💀Celebrate by looking at some historic gravestones with our online Farber collect…

Who knew putti could be so intense? This laser-focused winged head appears atop a slate headstone carved in 1770. It marks the burial place of Mrs. Elisabeth (Hunt) Adams of Grafton, Massachusetts, who died at age 52 in August of that year. You can see more photographs of early gravestones in the Society’s digital Farber Gravestone Collection: Now, stop staring back at this post and get started with your Wednesday! #pagefrights #photography_aas #danielandjessiefarber #gravestones #eyecontactfrombeyond

RT @lizcovart: New Episode!! Discover the Power of the Press in the American Revolution with guest host @jmadelman #History…

RT @AMIAnet: "Although the recordings are limited, each only a few minutes long, and were captured at a subjective start and... https://t.c…

This recently acquired broadside struck our fancy for #typeTuesday. Is it our ironic side that likes the use of that decorative wood type for a broadside selling lumber? Perhaps. Regardless, this c. 1855 sheet printed at the "Republican and Patriot" newspaper office in Quincy, Illinois, certainly is a reminder of the variety of types available across the U.S. by mid century. #aasbroadside #lumber #advertising #type #woodtype

Check out the new issue of Common-place, featuring articles on public history, Frances Ellen Watkins Harper, the Jamaica maroons, and more! Read it all here:
Curating the Past That’s Alive in Our Minds Richard Rabinowitz My generation of historians and curators has worked hard to claim a space for critical history in our museums and historic sites and, at the same time, to make our storytelling emotionally compelling.

Well, that's it. We had our first frost here in Central Massachusetts last night. Summer is well behind us now and winter is on its way. This chromolithograph of a child and their dog at the local swimming hole appears in a printer's scrapbook in our collection and shall serve as our final farewell to the skinny dipping season -- until next year! #chromolithograph #spines #dogs #memories #polarbearplungeisnext