Library Company of Philadelphia
Founded in 1731, the Library Company of Philadelphia was the largest public library in America until the 1850s and contains printed materials on aspects of American culture and society in that period. It is a research library with a collection of 500,000 books, pamphlets, newspapers and periodicals, 75,000 prints, maps and photographs and 150,000 manuscripts.
- 215 546 3181
- 215 546 5167
- 1314 Locust Street
United States of America
Library Company of Philadelphia Dissertation FellowshipsUS$10,000Closes: March 1st. Fellows may take up residence for either the following Fall or the Spring semester
The Library Company of Philadelphia And The Historical Society of Pennsylvania Visiting Research Fellowships in Colonial and U.S. History and CultureUS$2,000Closes: March 1st. Fellows may take up residence at any time from the following June to May of the next year