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California Historical Society Introduces New “In the Library” Program Series

The California Historical Society is a significant repository for wide-ranging collections and artifacts available for research. A new series of public events – “In the Library” – in which researchers and staff share knowledge of their unique collections at the North Baker Research Library while inviting you to experience the collections up close.

In the Library: Hidden Histories of African Americans in the Bay Area
Tuesday, February 18, 6 pm
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In the Library: Resisting Reform, San Francisco Women and Vice in the Progressive Era
Tuesday, March 24, 6 pm
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In the Library: Chinatown Through the Lens of Genthe and His Contemporaries
Tuesday, April 28, 6 pm
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In the Library: Wherever There’s a Fight, How Runaway Slaves, Suffragists, Immigrants, Strikers, and Poets Shaped Civil Liberties in California
Tuesday, May 19, 6 pm
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Cost:
$15 General
$20 California Historical Society Members
Location:
California Historical Society Headquarters
678 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA 94105
 
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