Library of the Philosophical Society of Washington

Chair:
Larry Millstein, President, Philosophical Society of Washington

The Philosophical Society of Washington was founded on March 13, 1871. It was preceded by gatherings at the home of Joseph Henry, the great scientist whose discoveries laid the foundations for advances in magnetism and electromagnetism. Since 1887 it has met at the Cosmos Club, in whose founding the Philosophical members played a large part. In 1878, when the Cosmos was founded, there was fear that the Philosophical would start an alternative club, so all the present members of the Philosophical were invited to join as founding members of the Cosmos.

The Philosophical Society of Washington is now known as PSW Science. More information can be found on their meetings and more at: https://pswscience.org/

Early Bulletins from the Philosophical Society of Washington:

Bulletin of the Philosophical Society of Washington Vol. I

Bulletin of the Philosophical Society of Washington Vol. II

Bulletin of the Philosophical Society of Washington: Vol. III

Bulletin of the Philosophical Society of Washington Vol. IV

Bulletin of the Philosophical Society of Washington Vol. V

Bulletin of the Philosophical Society of Washington Vol. VI

Bulletin of the Philosophical Society of Washington: Vol. VII

Bulletin of the Philosophical Society of Washington Vol. VIII

Bulletin of the Philosophical Society of Washington: Vol. IX

Bulletin of the Philosophical Society of Washington: Vol. X

Bulletin of the Philosophical Society of Washington: Vol. XI

Bulletin of the Philosophical Society of Washington: Vol. 12

Bulletin of the Philosophical Society of Washington: Vol. 13

Bulletin of the Philosophical Society of Washington: Vol. 14

Bulletin of the Philosophical Society of Washington: Vol. 15

PSW Science has retained the copyrights of these Bulletins.