Panel Discussion – A Celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the Library – POSTPONED
November 30, 2023 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Due to circumstances beyond our control, this program has been postponed and will instead be held in early 2024. We will announce updates in the near future when a new date for this program has been finalized.
Founded on November 30, 1973, the library of the American Revolution Institute of the Society of the Cincinnati is one of the most important resources in the United States for advanced study on the Revolution and the art of war in the eighteenth century, housing more than fifty thousand rare books, manuscripts, prints, broadsides, maps and modern reference sources. To kick off a series of events commemorating the fiftieth anniversary of our library, join Executive Director Andy Morse and other scholars, including the 2007 Tyree-Lamb Fellow, John Maass, Ph.D., the first among a long list of our fellows, for a discussion of the significance and collections of our library and the scholarship that has taken place within its walls. Following the discussion, the library will be open with a display of some of its treasures.