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The Historical Society of Washington, D.C. tells the diverse stories of our nation’s capital to a broad community of learners. We serve students and teachers. We welcome and educate newcomers and engage old-timers. We celebrate, preserve, and present everyday life in D.C. in the context of the nation’s history. The Historical Society’s educational programs, exhibits, and publications are designed to bring people together to satisfy their curiosity, learn each other’s stories, and develop respect for the larger community in which we live.
Today’s Historical Society collects educational materials that document D.C. history. It presents public programs, produces exhibits, and publishes historical information across all media, from print to social. Historical Society programs introduce the thrill of discovery to schoolchildren and adults alike. The Historical Society collaborates with its fellow historical, cultural, and civic institutions to strengthen this diverse and dynamic region.
As a favorite media resource, the Historical Society has provided images and research to WETA-TV, the Smithsonian, Amblin Entertainment, restaurants, filmmakers, authors, masons, architects, and construction companies.
Strong history museums and libraries underpin healthy cities. Individual donors, foundations, corporations, and governmental organizations from the metropolitan area all support the work of the Historical Society of Washington, D.C.
The Historical Society of Washington D.C. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, community-supported educational and research organization.
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This needs to brand the Kiplinger Research Library with esteem and help us put the "shine" back on the organization's most important asset, the library and it's collections.
In December 2018, the Historical Society will reopen in the historic Carnegie Library on Mt. Vernon Square in downtown Washington, D.C. The building will open with a new Flagship Apple store on the first floor, and the new DC History Center on the second floor. The DC History Center includes two new exhibit spaces and the Kiplinger Research Library. This brand will be for the library space within the DC History Center, all presented by the Historical Society of Washington, D.C.