America’s first successful lending library, the Library Company of Philadelphia was established by Benjamin Franklin in 1731 to provide greater access to expensive and hard to find books.
Currently, the main focus of the Library Company of Philadelphia is American society and culture from the 17th century to the 19th century. Its collections are made up of rare books, pamphlets, manuscripts, and graphics documenting multiple aspects of American history.
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