American poet, abolitionist, suffragist, and social activist Julia Ward Howe is best known for the lyrics of the “Battle Hymn of the Republic.” Learn about the BPL’s volume of her personal sheet music.
The Associates has issued an RFP seeking a partner to help us promote awareness of the BPL’s remarkable digital collection of anti-slavery and abolitionist materials among cultural, civic, and educational institutions around the country.
The Boston Public Library recently digitized its copies of the Declaration of Independence.
The Boston Public Library just launched an exciting new crowdsourcing project. Help us transcribe abolitionists’ correspondence and learn more about this important era in our country’s history.
Join the Associates on Tuesday, May 8th to learn more about M.C. Escher and his works, with Museum of Fine Arts curator, Ronni Baer.
The Boston Public Library just discovered an unknown play!