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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Happy Birthday to American Impressionist painter Mary Cassatt, born #OTD in 1844.

In the news: two new acquisitions have joined The Huntington's American art collections: George Tooker's "Bathers (Bath Houses)" from 1950, and Albert Herter's "Woman with a Fan", ca. 1895.
SAN MARINO, Calif.—At its annual meeting this spring, the Art Collectors’ Council of The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens voted to acquire a major painting by George Tooker (1920-2011), exemplar of the American “Magic Realist” group who was best known for capturing the angs...

Major painting by George Tooker, exemplar of the American “Magic Realist” group, has been acquire…

RT @snowdenbecker: .@TheHuntington conservator shows one of the miniature books from their collection to @UCLAiS #IS432 students...OMG IT'S…

RT @DrFrond: On #FernFriday I'm looking at a lovely plate of world's most common fern, in Daniel Cady Eaton's Ferns of North America, at @T…

Join us for An Evening Among the Roses on Fri, June 9, in celebration of #LGBTQ #PrideMonth. Details & tickets:…

The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens added 4 new photos.
Learn all about the centuries-old crafts of spinning, weaving, and dyeing with natural plant pigments at our annual Fiber Arts Day. It's tomorrow (Saturday, May 20) from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. in our Herb Garden and adjacent Rose Garden.

In a unique partnership with a local school, The Huntington's Education staff created a "deep learning" curriculum that uses material in the #OctaviaEButler collection to help students find their own creative voices.
As acting president of The Huntington, I am having the great pleasure of immersing myself in the wide-ranging activities that take place in this extraordinary institution. Our exhibitions program i…

The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens shared Huntington Dining's post.
L.A. food lovers, you don't want to miss this! We're hosting a screening on May 19 of the new American Masters documentary film "James Beard: America's First Foodie," followed by a panel discussion with celebrity chefs (including Chef Mary Sue Milliken and Chef Jim Dodge) and a reception featuring a delicious menu of Beard-inspired appetizers. Only a few tickets left! Details below.
Just a few tickets left ( for this May 19 special screening The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens! Tickets include a panel discussion with the filmmakers, chefs Chef Mary Sue Milliken and Chef Jim Dodge, and Beard's new biographer, and an amazing reception featuring some classic James Beard hors d'oeuvres and Oregon beers and wines!
The renowned "James Beard Award" honors all aspects of the food industry but less is known about the man whose face graces the medal, James Beard. A new documentary by PBS' "American Masters" explores the life of America's first foodie. Producer Kathleen Squires and famed French chef Daniel Boulud,…

The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens shared Los Angeles Times's post.
Have you ever written affirmation notes to yourself, to stay motivated and avoid negative thoughts? If so, you're in good company. Author #OctaviaEButler's handwritten notes to herself are among the rare documents and photos on view in "Octavia E. Butler: Telling My Stories," continuing through Aug. 7.
How did Octavia Butler fight years of rejection? She wrote inspirational notes to herself. "I shall be a bestselling writer."
Before her first novel sold in 1975, before she won her MacArthur grant, sci-fi writer Octavia Butler fought years of rejection by writing inspirational notes to herself.