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The Archer M. Huntington Society

The Archer M. Huntington Society was formed to enable the Hispanic Division to preserve and promote scholarship, sponsor Luso-Hispanic-related educational, literary and other cultural programs, foster the development of the Division's Internet offerings and publications, and contribute widely to the support of the Division's overall goals and mission.

For more information about the benefits of membership, please write to "Hispanic Division, Library of Congress, 101 Independence Avenue, SE, Washington, DC 20540-4850", email us , or call 202/707-5400.


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Contributions to the Archer M. Huntington Society can be made online, or by cash or check. They are tax-deductable to the full extent of the law.

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