The American Revolution Institute of the Society of the Cincinnati is a nonprofit educational organization devoted to the principles and ideals of its founders. In addition to a museum and library at Anderson House, the Society supports scholarship, publications, historic preservation efforts, and other programs to promote increased knowledge and appreciation of the achievements of American independence.
The purpose of the Society of the Cincinnati museum is to promote public interest in the American Revolution, the Society of the Cincinnati, and historic Anderson House through an active program of exhibitions, lectures, seminars, research, publications, and other programs. The museum acts as the steward of the Society’s growing collection of artifacts related to the history of the American Revolution and the Society of the Cincinnati, the outstanding collection of decorative and fine arts assembled by Larz and Isabel Anderson, as well as the historic fabric of Anderson House, a designated National Historic Landmark.
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