Archives of American

Archives of American
Archives of American is listed in the Museums category in San Marino, California. Displayed below are the social networks for Archives of American which include a Facebook page, a Instagram account, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Archives of American on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 99.

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1151 Oxford Rd
San Marino, CA 91108
(626) 583-7847

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RT @huntingtoneats: Our spicy Schezuan chicken wings were a hit at Freshwater yesterday. Get them now through Sunday while they last! https…

ICYMI: Landscape historian Nancy Carol Carter on the legacy of pioneering horticulturist Kate Sessions.…

Go behind the scenes with #ProjectBlueBoy, as senior paintings conservator Christina O'Connell and associate curator of British art Melinda McCurdy begin a 3-month preliminary analysis of Gainsborough's iconic portrait, in preparation for conservation treatment next year. The portrait will return to public view in the gallery on Nov. 1.
SAN MARINO >> At first glance, there still is much vibrancy to “Blue Boy.”But take a closer look and one can see he’s starting to show his age. After all, he’s 247 years old.As part of a

RT @PasStarNews: Exclusive look: Here's what curators hope to find out about 'Blue Boy'

Got your eclipse glasses ready? As millions of people prepare to experience a total solar eclipse on Aug. 21, we asked distinguished astronomer Jay Pasachoff to take a look back at eclipses of the past and the fascination with which they were observed by scientists and the public alike. What did astronomers such as Johannes Kepler, Edmund Halley, Étienne Trouvelot, and Edwin Hubble learn from the eclipses of their times? Pasachoff shares some rare items from The Huntington's history of science holdings to answer that question.
On August 21, 2017, millions of people across North America will experience a total solar eclipse as the moon passes between the sun and Earth, completely covering the face of the sun for as long a…

Astronomer Jay Pasachoff looks back at solar eclipses of the past as seen in our #histsci collections. #eclipse2017…

Check out Dan Lewis, Dibner Senior Curator of the History of Science and Technology, talking about our Audubon collection and Audubon-inspired merch at the Huntington Store. GO:

A happy crowd tonight, enjoying picnics and music by L.A. Harptette at the final Summer Evening event for…

Summer's almost over! This is the final weekend for our popular after-hours programs for #HuntingtonMembers: Evening Garden Strolls (Saturday, Aug. 12; open to all Members) and Members' Summer Evenings (Sunday, Aug. 13, with live music and picnicking; open to Members at the Contributor level and above). Not a Member yet, or want to upgrade? Our Membership staff will be happy to assist you at check-in. Details:

ICYMI: The most famous painting in The Huntington's collection, Thomas Gainsborough's iconic portrait of "The Blue Boy," has embarked on a 3-month vacation from public view. The handsome lad will return to his spot in the gallery on Nov.1. While off display, the painting will be undergoing preliminary analysis in preparation for an extensive conservation treatment that will begin in the fall of 2018. Read more about #ProjectBlueBoy at