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by James ed. Green

eBook Poor Richard's Books. An exhibition of books owned by Benjamin Franklin now on the shelves of the Library Company of Philadelphia. epub
  • ISBN: 0914076752
  • Author: James ed. Green
  • Genre: Reference
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Library Company of Philadelphia; First Edition edition (1990)
  • ePUB size: 1414 kb
  • FB2 size 1754 kb
  • Formats rtf mobi azw lrf


Poor Richard's Books book. Published December 28th 1990 by Library Company of Philadelphia (first published December 1990).

Poor Richard's Books book. 0914076752 (ISBN13: 9780914076759).

费. The Charter, Laws, and Catalogue of Books, of the Library Company of Philadelphia. Library Company of Philadelphia. 费. Bulletin of the Library Company of Philadelphia: Issues 52-79.

Green was a distinguished curator at the Library Company, and his notes on exhibitions of Franklin’s books are useful.

The two books that most influenced Franklin to form associations for the public good were Daniel Defoe’s An Essay upon Projects (1697) and Cotton Mather’s Bonifacius: Essays to do Good (1710). 2. Autobiography 90–91, 82; Faÿ 149; The Library Company of Philadelphia, ww. ibrarycompany. Green was a distinguished curator at the Library Company, and his notes on exhibitions of Franklin’s books are useful.

Originally, the books were kept in the homes of the first librarians, but in 1739 the collection was .

Originally, the books were kept in the homes of the first librarians, but in 1739 the collection was moved to the second floor of the State House of Pennsylvania, now known as Independence Hall. In 1791, a new building was built specifically for the library. The Library Company flourished with no competition and gained many priceless collections from bibliophiles such as James Logan and his physician brother William.

Richard Bell is Associate Professor of History at the University of Maryland and author of the new book Stolen: Five Free Boys Kidnapped into Slavery and their Astonishing Odyssey Home (2019). He has won more than a dozen teaching awards, including the University System of Maryland Board of Regents Faculty Award for Excellence in Teaching, the highest honor for teaching faculty in the Maryland state system. Open to the public free of charge, the Library Company houses an extensive collection of rare books, manuscripts, broadsides, ephemera, prints, photographs, and works of art.

A fascinating compilation of weather forecasts, recipes, jokes, and aphorisms, Poor Richard's Almanack debuted in. .

A fascinating compilation of weather forecasts, recipes, jokes, and aphorisms, Poor Richard's Almanack debuted in 1732. An ideal resource for writers, public speakers, and students, this practical, charming little book will delight all readers with its folk wisdom.

All his books offer a tremendous wealth of knowledge. He called it Poor Richard's Almanack. I’ll give you an idea of what I've learned from them. They have now all been combined into this book, where I discovered that he had a poetic and humorous side to himself. In case you're wondering, Almanac was spelled ending with a k in those days.

Many sayings of Poor Richard, praising prudence, common sense, and .

Many sayings of Poor Richard, praising prudence, common sense, and honesty, became standard American proverbs. Franklin also interested himself in selling books, established a circulating library, organized a debating club that developed into the American Philosophical Society, helped to establish (1751) an academy that eventually became the Univ. of Pennsylvania, and brought about civic reforms. Franklin was a leader of the popular party in Pennsylvania against the Penn family, who were the proprietors, and in 1757 he was sent to England to present the case against the Penns.

Benjamin Franklin is best known as one of the Founding Fathers who .

Benjamin Franklin is best known as one of the Founding Fathers who never served as president but was a respected inventor, publisher, scientist and diplomat. Although James mistreated and frequently beat his younger brother, Franklin learned a great deal about newspaper publishing and adopted a similar brand of subversive politics under the printer’s tutelage.

Exhibition at the Library Company of Philadelphia. Describes efforts to reconstruct Franklin's personal library by Edwin Wolf 2nd after years of dispersal. 32 pages. stiff paper wrappers. small 4to..
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