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    Barbara K. Altmann and Rosemary G. Feal, representatives of the Modern Language Association

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    Jack Fitzmier and David Harrington Watt, representatives of the American Academy of Religion

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American Antiquarian Society

Founded: 1812     Admitted to ACLS: 1919

The American Antiquarian Society is an independent, non-for-profit institution of national importance that supports a preeminent research library of American history and culture. Our mission is to collect, organize, preserve, and make available for use the printed and manuscript materials that record all aspects of the early history of what is now the United States, from the establishment of its first printing press in 1639 to 1876. We do so in order to foster a widely shared understanding and appreciation of our national past.

CEO Representative and Society Contact

James D. Moran
Vice President for Programs and Outreach
American Antiquarian Society
jmoran@mwa.org

Delegate

Scott E. Casper
University of Maryland, Baltimore County
casper@umbc.edu
term ends 12/31/2017

President

Ellen S. Dunlap
American Antiquarian Society
edunlap@mwa.org

Membership:

Individual: 850

American Antiquarian Society

American Antiquarian Society

185 Salisbury Street
Worcester, MA 01609
Tel: (508) 755-5221
Fax: (508) 753-3311


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