The New-York Historical Society blogs support our mission to foster research and public discourse, and showcase meaningful art that reveals the dynamism and influence of history on the world of today. Through these five distinct blogs we illuminate rare finds of our collection, highlight our wide array of exhibitions, discuss upcoming public and family programs, as well as present striking interviews with esteemed scholars, authors, and historians.
From the Stacks
New-York Historical Society librarians reveal fascinating stories from the past through exceptional items in the library's collection.
Librarians and archivists share fascinating items from the collection of the New-York Historical Society's Patricia D. Klingenstein Library.
Behind the Scenes
Through interviews, guest posts, and original research, this blog offers readers an inside look at current and upcoming exhibitions and public programs at the New-York Historical Society.
Explore the stories behind the exceptional family programming offered by the country’s first and only children’s history museum. From toddlers to tweens, we have something for everyone!
Local high school students share their unique experience as New-York Historical’s Teen Historians, tackling centuries of American history through guided research and pop-up exhibitions.