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Posted on Nov. 6, 2019 by Earle Havens and Mark Rankin
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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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Jul. 10, 2019 by Linda Chiavaroli
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An art installation unlike any The Huntington has displayed before is now on view in the Chinese Garden ...
Jun. 26, 2019 by Lily Allen
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They sit on a rectangular piece of plywood that rises mere inches off the ground—more like a dancefloor than a platform ...
Jun. 12, 2019 by Usha Lee McFarling
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Have you ever wondered what happens to the ripe, luscious oranges you see growing in The Huntington's orchards? They help feed people in need ...
Jun. 5, 2019 by Deborah Miller
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This is the season when students start scribbling words like "Have a great summer!" ...
May. 22, 2019 by Natalie Russell
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"Books are weapons in the war of ideas." This was the motto of the Council on Books in Wartime, a consortium of ...
On March 27, 1802, Britain and France signed the Treaty of Amiens, ending a decade of warfare ...
May. 8, 2019 by Peter Blodgett
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It has been 150 years since eastbound and westbound railroad tracks first met at Utah's Promontory Summit, the culmination of many years of planning ...
May. 1, 2019 by Usha Lee McFarling
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Kelly Fernandez, head gardener of the Herb and Shakespeare gardens at The Huntington, and her team of docent volunteers are always on the lookout for plant materials ...
Apr. 24, 2019 by Justin Underhill
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I am a digital art historian at the University of California, Berkeley, who studies American and early modern European art ...
Apr. 24, 2019 by Melinda McCurdy
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A placid river lazily flows past verdant hills, a high mountain retreat rests beneath towering pines, and delicate arches glow in the warmth of the setting sun ...
Apr. 17, 2019 by Peter Lake and Koji Yamamoto
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Stereotyping in early modern England and its colonies deserves scrutiny in our time because stereotypes were pervasive ...
Apr. 10, 2019 by Usha Lee McFarling
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The eye-catching new rose that is helping The Huntington celebrate its centennial year was unveiled just a few months ago ...
Apr. 2, 2019 by Katherine Evans
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It's midmorning at The Huntington, and the kitchen of the Rose Garden Tea Room is abuzz with activity ...
Mar. 27, 2019 by Olga Tsapina
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In the spring of 1838, Henry Meigs (1782–1861)—a veteran of the War of 1812, former U.S. Representative, and a successful lawyer—discovered that he was sharing his house ...
Mar. 20, 2019 by Lisa Blackburn
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Ask any bonsai aficionado to name the most famous bonsai in North America, and the answer will almost certainly be "Goshin." ...
Mar. 13, 2019 by Linda Chiavaroli
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In February, The Huntington announced that it had acquired a 320-year-old Magistrate's House from Marugame in Japan's Kagawa Prefecture ...