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Communication Technology in History

Communication technology has come a long way in the last century-and-a-half.  One hundred and fifty years ago, on April 4, 1889, President Benjamin Harrison sent out his first typewritten letter to Charles F. Heller.  This letter today can be found … Continue reading

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Shapell Manuscript Foundation Looks at History Between the Lines

A new project of the Shapell Manuscript Foundation Collection will take a look at primary source documents corresponding to a particular day on the calendar in order to get a new insight into a large variety of events in history. … Continue reading

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Celebrating Ronald Reagan

The Shapell Manuscript Foundation is an association which collects researches original manuscripts and historical documents. With an emphasis on the histories of the U.S. and the Holy Land, the Shapell Manuscript Foundation’s collection includes manuscripts of prominent political and renowned … Continue reading

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