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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Beautiful view from the terrace of the Huntington Art Gallery today!

RT @USAinScotland: Acclaimed U.S. scholar Catherine Allgor @TheHuntington will deliver @natlibscot #IWD2017 lecture March 8! Register: http…

#FrederickDouglass, orator, statesman, & former slave, was a major celebrity when he died #OTD in 1895. (Still is!)…

When he died on Feb. 20, 1895, Frederick Douglass--orator, statesman, advisor to presidents, and former slave--was one of the biggest celebrities in the United States. Through his eloquent speeches and writings, he had became a powerful voice against slavery and social injustice. Douglass's fame can be measured, in part, by how many photographs and signed autographs survive. The Huntington's collections include several of these historic images and manuscripts, which are highlighted in this anniversary tribute on Verso, The Huntington's blog.
By the time of his death on Feb. 20, 1895, Frederick Douglass had become one of the most celebrated personalities in the United States. Born a slave in Maryland around 1818, he escaped to New York …

We're open today for #PresidentsDay. Be sure to stop by the American art galleries to say hello to George and Abe.…

Barbed wire & guard towers: not your typical American high school memories. #neveragain #DayOfRemembrance #Manzanar…

Violence in frontier Los Angeles... Fine-press printmaking inspired by desert plants... The practice of medicine during the American Civil War... A French botanist's work in Senegal in the 1750s. These are just a few of the recent Huntington lectures that are available as free audio recordings on SoundCloud. Pick a topic and learn something new!
Home to gorgeous gardens, spectacular art, and stunning rare books and manuscripts, The Huntington also offers an impressive slate of lectures and conferences on topics and themes related to its co…

The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens shared Los Angeles Times Best Coast Living's post.
Is that big tree in your yard at risk of toppling due to heavy rains? In this timely article in the Los Angeles Times, our principal arborist Daniel Goyette and several other local experts offer advice for homeowners and some warning signs to look for.
Just because California is getting rain, it doesn't mean the trees have recovered from the drought. They are falling down. We asked three arborists how to spot a tree in danger. #StormWatch
At Elysian Park near Dodger Stadium last weekend, hikers walked their dogs along the popular hiking trail, unconcerned by a recently toppled tree.

The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens with LACMA Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
In the news: The Huntington and LACMA Los Angeles County Museum of Art have teamed up on a collaborative acquisition of furniture by Donald Judd.
, 1979–80, jointly owned by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens; purchased for the Los Angeles County Museum of Art with funds provided by Kelvin Davis in honor of his brother, Paul Davis, through the 2011 Collectors Committee; purc...

Yesterday's rain clouds have moved out, leaving blue skies and sunshine -- a gift from Mother Nature for #ValentinesDayWeekend. Enjoy this beautiful day! (Thanks to our Membership colleague, Pamela Garrison, for this gorgeous photo of the Chinese Garden, taken after an earlier storm this month. The gardens sure are loving it!)