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A Glimpse into the AHA's Past

These pictures offer a glimpse into the long and rich history of the American Historical Association. They provide a visual history of the AHA’s founding documents, annual meeting, National History Center, famous members, publications, and pictures displayed in the AHA’s headquarters’ office.
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1990 Troyer Steel Anderson winner, Willie Lee Rose at the 1994 Annual Meeting in San Francisco.

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James McPherson, president of the American Historical Association in 2003.

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John Hope Franklin being awarded a medal from President Bill Clinton, September 29, 1995. Official White House Photograph.

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Unknown office of the American Historical Association.

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Former AHA President Guy Stanton Ford, 1937. Text reads, "A PRESIDENTIAL RETURN Professor Guy Stanton Ford of the University of Minnesota came to Brown as a member of the famous Survey Committee. When he was here last month ,it was as president-elect of the American Historical Association, convened at Brown."

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Stefan Tanaka with 2 unknown individuals at the 1996 AHA annual meeting in Atlanta.

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Gabrielle Spiegel, president of the American Historical Association in 2008.

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Jonathan Spence awarding a prize at the 2005 Annual Meeting in Seattle, WA.

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Roy Rosenzweig.

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Former AHA President Nellie Neilson, 1943. You can read her presidential address, elivered before the American Historical Association at New York on December 29, 1943 here: (http://bit.ly/1x82Svl).

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