Previous annual meetings

 2016 - Santa Fe, NM
 2015 - New Orleans, LA
 2014 - York Beach, MA
 2013 - Cincinnati, OH
 2012 - Yellowstone National Park, WY
 2011 - Worcester, MA
 2010 - Pittsburgh, PA
 2009 - Portland, OR
 2008 - St. Louis, MO
 2007 - Baltimore, MD
 2006 - Ottawa, ON
 2005 - Springfield, MA
 2004 - Chicago, IL
 2003 - Washington, DC
 2002 - Omaha, NB
 2001 - Nashville, TN
 2000 - Burlington, VT
 1999 - Pasadena, CA
 1998 - New York, NY
 1997 - Boston, MA
 1996 - Fort Worth, TX
 1995 - Cleveland, OH
 1994 - Richmond, VA
 1993 - Rochester, NY
 1992 - Denver, CO
 1991 - Providence, RI
 1990 - Milwaukee, WI
 1989 - Baltimore, MD
 1988 - St. Louis, MO
 1987 - Hartford, CT
 1986 - San Francisco, CA
 1985 - Philadelphia, PA
 1984 - Chicago, IL
 1983 - Birmingham, AL
 1982 - Washington, DC
 1981 - Salem, MA
 1980 - Dearborn, MI
 1979 - Wilmington, DE
 1978 - Tarrytown, NY
 1977 - Philadelphia, PA
 1976 - New Haven, CT

 

 

 

The 42nd Annual AHPCS Meeting to be held
May 3rd - May 7th, 2017 in Ann Arbor, Michigan

SAVE THE DATE -- THE 2017 ANNUAL MEETING

Dates: Thursday May 4-Sunday May 7, 2017

Airport: Detroit Metropolitan

Host: Clayton Lewis  clayclem@umich.edu

May 3-7 in Ann Arbor, Michigan, home of the William L. Clements Library at the University of Michigan

In 2017, is the bicentennial year for University of Michigan. Ranking among the top tier of public universities, Michigan host a broad range of first-rate cultural attractions. Of particular interest to the members of the AHPCS will be the William L. Clements Library, one of the nation’s greatest Americana collections.

The Clements collection features prints from the 16th to the 20th century including Audubon, portraits, bird's-eye views, Civil War soldier's sketchbooks, color plate books, Revolutionary War maps and manuscripts, chromolithographs, Currier & Ives, political and propaganda prints, and more.

On view will be spectacular prints, maps, illustrated books, photographs, manuscripts, and original artwork, from the Clements collection. Sessions will also feature the treasures of the University’s  Special Collections Library, Papyri Collection, Stephen Clark Map Library, and more. A visit to Henry Ford’s historic Greenfield Village and Henry Ford Museum are planned as a side trip.

Ann Arbor is the quintessential college town, with all the cultural activity that comes with a major university. Long known as a musical center, the town has also become a food capital with hundreds of top-notch restaurants, food carts, and catering services. 

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