Author Archives: Jennifer Goldman


Posted on Dec. 19, 2014 by Jennifer Goldman
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Today is my last day as institutional archivist and curator of manuscripts at The Huntington. Just over eight years ago, I came here to be the first person to hold the official title of “institutional...
Posted on Oct. 8, 2013 by Jennifer Goldman
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Don’t forget to look up next month when you visit the new permanent exhibition “Remarkable...

Posted on Aug. 23, 2013 by Jennifer Goldman
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A few months back a volunteer in our manuscripts department came across a rather unusual item in the uncataloged papers of Edwin Carpenter Ph.D. who was a bibliographer librarian and editor at UCLA...
Posted on May. 3, 2013 by Jennifer Goldman
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Deciding what goes into a library exhibition is far more difficult than you might expect. After months of research in books and archival collections, you’re expected to concentrate all of that knowledge...
Posted on Apr. 26, 2013 by Jennifer Goldman
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I came across quite a few interesting pieces when I was researching my current exhibition, “Cultivating...
Posted on Oct. 26, 2010 by Jennifer Goldman
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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 ...
Oct. 30, 2019 by Emily Bell
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I was lucky enough to spend June 2019 as a Michael J. Connell Foundation Fellow at The Huntington, working with the James Thomas Fields Papers ...
Oct. 23, 2019 by Carribean Fragoza
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Carribean Fragoza, a freelance journalist who writes about art in Southern California, focuses in this post on Dana Johnson, writer and associate professor of English ...

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