American history

Yes, we have a public health crisis and a national emergency, nevertheless, today is Census Day in the United States, a day set aside every decade since 1790 to count every person living in the country. The man on the cover of our spring issue, David M. Rubenstein, a major collector of Americana, has a particular interest in the census

San Marino, CA — The Huntington Library, Art Museum, and Botanical Gardens announced today that it is establishing the Shapiro Center for American History and Culture at The Huntington, thanks to a generous gift from L. Dennis and Susan R. Shapiro. Along with financial support, the Shapiros, who make their home both in Los Angeles and Boston, are

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania—On October 8 and 9, Guernsey’s Auction House will conduct Part II of the Harrisburg Auction on behalf of the City of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Part I of this auction was held from July 15 through July 21 of this year, where thousands of registered bidders from around the world bid on nearly 10,000 artifacts (4,000 lots), the majority of which focused on the Old