Rittenhouse Society Newsletter
The Rittenhouse Society is a group of numismatic researchers and authors, informally established c. 1957 when a group of numismatists interested in numismatic research banded together to discuss shared interests. The Society is named for David Rittenhouse, first director of the Philadelphia Mint. Membership is invitational by nomination of the current members. New inductees are announced annually at the American Numismatic Association (ANA) summer convention.
Included here are newsletters (irregularly issued, typically in conjunction with the ANA meeting) and related correspondence.
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Rittenhouse Society Correspondence
Rittenhouse Society correspondence for 1976, including Ken Bressett, D. Wayne Johnson, and Ken Rendell. Scan from photocopies contributed by Ken Bressett.
The Rittenhouse Society
Rittenhouse Society newsletter for 1976, issued in conjunction with the American Numismatic Association annual convention, held in New York City.