Archives

Conducting Research in the ANS Archives
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Conducting Research in the ANS Archives

The ANS Archives serves two distinct audiences: ANS staff and external researchers. There are three levels of access to archival records: restricted, business confidential, and open. These are described as follows:

Restricted records are ones which are particularly sensitive. Examples of “restricted” records include personnel files and educational records. They are accessible only to the creating department, unless otherwise approved by the Executive Director.

Business confidential records are records created within the past 25 years which are not considered “restricted” but which the ANS might not want individuals other than staff or consultants to view because they pertain to ongoing activities or current staff…

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Published Works of Edward T. Newell
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Published Works of Edward T. Newell

Books

The Dated Alexander Coinage of Sidon and Ake. Yale Oriental Series, Researches 2. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1916.
Octobols of…

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Published Works of J. Sanford Saltus
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Published Works of J. Sanford Saltus

Books

Journeyings and jottings. New York: Knickerbocker Press, 1893.
Mystery of a royal house. New York: Knickerbocker Press, 1900.
Some of Shakespeare’s animals….

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Stephen K. Scher Lecture on the Art and History of...
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Stephen K. Scher Lecture on the Art and History of the Medal

1997
“Coming Full Circle: A Century of American Women in Medallic Art”
Robin Salmon, Vice President and Curator of Sculpture, Brookgreen Gardens,…

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The Saltus Medal Award
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The Saltus Medal Award

The Saltus Medal Award was initiated in 1913 by J. Sanford Saltus to reward sculptors “for distinguished achievement in the field of…

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The Huntington Medal Award
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The Huntington Medal Award

Edward Newell’s Huntington Award Medal—the first ever recieved in 1918 ANS 1968.44.1

The Huntington Medal Award is conferred annually in honor…

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Treasurers of the American Numismatic Society
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Treasurers of the American Numismatic Society

Treasurers

Theophilus W. Lawrence, 1858William S. F. Mayers, 1858-59Frank H. Joudon, 1859-64John Hanna, 1864-67Elisha Y. Ten Eyck, 1867Joseph N. T. Levick,…

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Secretaries of the American Numismatic Society
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Secretaries of the American Numismatic Society

Recording Secretary

James Oliver, 1858-69James M. Bailey, 1869-70Abraham Redlich, 1870-73William Poillon, 1873-86Henry Russell Drowne, 1886-96Bauman L. Belden, 1896-1903John Kensett Olyphant, 1903Alfred…

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Vice-Presidents of the American Numismatic Society
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Vice-Presidents of the American Numismatic Society

First Vice-Presidents

Henry Whitmore, 1858Henry Bogert, 1858-59Mortimer S. Brown, 1859-64George H. Perine, M.D., 1864-69Benjamin Betts, 1869-70Daniel Parish, Jr., 1879-73Benjamin Betts, 1873-74Daniel…

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Presidents and Chairmen of the American Numismatic Society
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Presidents and Chairmen of the American Numismatic Society

Chairmen of the Board

Donald G. Partrick, 2007-2008Kenneth L. Edlow, 2010-

Honorary Presidents

Benjamin Betts, 1908Daniel Parish, Jr., 1908-14Andrew C. Zabriskie, 1908-16Archer M….

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Former Officers of the American Numismatic Society
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Former Officers of the American Numismatic Society

Since the founding of the American Numismatic Society in 1858, the Society’s officers have consistently displayed exemplary leadership skills—skills which…

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ANS Moment
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ANS Moment

February 1902: The ANS commissions its Prince Henry Medal
In February of 1902, Victor D. Brenner contacted ANS President Andrew Zabriskie to offer…

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