Matz’s successful campaigns include the 1978 landmark designation of the interior of Town Hall in New York’s theatre district and St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church.
A group of workers at the Municipal Archives in Manhattan have set about the urgent task of preserving the city’s oldest treasures.
The Columbia University Institute for Research in African-American Studies (IRAAS) is now accepting applications for its 2017 Summer Teachers and Scholars Institute.
The archive includes letters written by Susan B. Anthony, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Lucy Stone and Isabella Beecher Hooker.
The 7th Annual Public History Community Forum was held Wednesday, March 8, 2017, in Franklin Hall of the American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia.
‘1917: How One Year Changed the World’ is a collaboration between the National Museum of American Jewish History in Philadelphia and the American Jewish Historical Society in New York.
Q&A with author, artist, and agitator Ruth Sergel about her arts, humanities, public history, and social activism practice, writing ‘See You in the Streets,’ and more.
Saving Washington, the inaugural exhibition in the Joyce B. Cowin Women’s History Gallery at the New-York Historical Society, opens March 8, 2017.
Chinese material culture and the first world’s fair held in the U.S. will be exhibited.
The Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Visitor Center, Cambridge, Md, opens March 11, as Delaware celebrates Harriet Tubman Day.