Tour group at Antiquarian HallPublic tours, normally offered every Wednesday, have been temporarily suspended. They will be resumed at a later date as construction permits.

The American Antiquarian Society's library contains 25 miles of shelves that hold over four million items, including books, pamphlets, broadsides, newspapers, periodicals, sheet music, and graphic materials. The library contains more than two-thirds of all known imprints created in America before 1821, making it the single greatest repository of such materials in the world. Additionally, the Society’s holdings of American printed materials dating from 1821 through 1876 are among the strongest anywhere.

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