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What happens to a religious culture once it is no longer allowed to exist? Where might we look to find the material remnants of a religious community that was gradually suppressed ...

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Oct. 26, 2012 by Matt Stevens
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If you missed David Hall’s standing-room-only lecture last month about witches, you can now
Oct. 23, 2012 by Mario Einaudi
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The Huntington Digital Library just launched a new collection—the...
Oct. 18, 2012 by Galia Bar-Sever
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Halloween is but one of the many holidays that triggers childhood memories. For college student Galia Bar-Sever, a Halloween memory marks the beginning of a long and fruitful relationship with a place...
Oct. 17, 2012 by Brandon Tam
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The Southland Orchid Show is coming! In an attempt to educate the public on the strange and mysterious side of orchids, the Southland Orchid Show...
Oct. 16, 2012 by Matt Stevens
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Oct. 12, 2012 by Kate Lain
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The Huntington is abuzz with the Civil War this fall. Manuscript exhibition “A Just Cause: Voices...
Oct. 10, 2012 by Matt Stevens
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Last weekend, Huntington President Steve Koblik was
Oct. 5, 2012 by Daniel Lewis
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When I was working on my recent...

Oct. 3, 2012 by Matt Stevens
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John Trager and Karen Zimmerman labor quietly throughout the year propagating plants for The Huntington’s International Succulents Introductions (ISI) program. Described...

Oct. 2, 2012 by Matt Stevens
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Lost in sesquicentennial commemorations of various Civil War anniversaries is the fact that we are in the thick of the bicentennial year of one of America’s other Civil Wars—the War of 1812. Or at...
Sep. 28, 2012 by Matt Stevens
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The Huntington’s Botanical Gardens have long been a spectacular locale for strolling among diverse arrays of trees and plants. Less known to everyday visitors is the fact that the gardens also have...
Sep. 26, 2012 by Bert Rinderle
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Eight million manuscripts Seven miles of shelving A third of a million items used by scholars in a 12-month period A snapshot of the scale of the task faced every day by stacks staff of the manuscripts...
Sep. 20, 2012 by Matt Stevens
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Check out what’s coming up in the way of conferences and lectures this fall at The Huntington. Many visitors might not know about the array of offerings, but every year, as the academic year gets under...
Sep. 17, 2012 by Matt Stevens
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Tuesday night, PBS will premiere “Death and the Civil War,” an installment of “American Experience” produced...
Sep. 12, 2012 by Matt Stevens
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Sep. 7, 2012 by Louise Guerin
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With fall fast approaching, work is under way to get the 2012 Fall Plant Sale ready to go, so be sure to put us on your calendar. The sale takes place Friday, Oct. 12, through Sunday, Oct. 14. Friday’s...