Holocaust Memorial at the Mandell JCC in West Hartford and plaster model of same sculpture. Elbert Weinberg collection, Hartford History Center, Hartford Public Library.
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Explore the digital collections of Hartford Public Library! Today, the Hartford Collection, housed in the library’s downtown Hartford History Center, is a growing multi-media compilation of hundreds of thousands of items that convey more than 300 y..Read More..
"Hartford Through Time" On Sale Now!
Hartford Public Library is pleased to announce the publication of Hartford Through Time, a new release from its Hartford History Center..Read More..
Hartford Heroes: John B. Stewart, Jr. Talks about His Book, "Hard Climb Up the Ladder"
In July 2015, John B. Stewart Jr. was at the Hartford Public Library discussing his memoir. View a video of his conversation with Stan Simpson...Read More..
Portrait of a Hartford Artist
Hartford Public Library is now home to four Elbert Weinberg original sculptures - and by no mere coincidence...Read More..
Meet the HHC Advisory Committee!
Meet the staff at the Hartford Public Library keeping Hartford’s history alive.
Video of "Does History Matter" Program
On May 20, 2015, the Hartford Public Library hosted a panel discussion in conjunction with the Connecticut Forum on the topic "Does History Matter."..Read More..
Beyond the Podium Science Conversation Series - December 7, 2015 at noon
“Pay Attention: Growing Up with a Diagnosis of ADHD and other Childhood Neuropsychiatric Disorders.” is the topic of the conversation with r. Jessica Lennington...Read More..
Venture Smith Exhibit at Hartford History Center -- October 24, 2015 — January 15, 2016
Hartford History Center, in partnership with the Documenting Venture Smith Project, is proud to present Making Freedom—The Life of Venture Smith: In His Own Voice, an exhibit that tells the story of a unique American, originally an African prince w..Read More..
Visiting the Hartford History Center, Part IV
This is the final installment in our special series for American Archives Month. We welcome any further questions you may have. Please email or call us (860.695.6297) anytime. We will respond during our open hours, Tuesday – Saturday, 1-5PM...Read More..