Below you will find a list of organizations who support our interest in Mark Catesby and are working to share his legacy.
California Academy of Sciences
A renowned scientific and educational institution dedicated to exploring, explaining, and sustaining life on Earth.
Charleston Library Society
The South’s oldest cultural institution and home to a 3rd edition of Catesby’s “Natural History”.
Cincinnati Museum Center
Known for its commitment to understanding the richness of our past, present and future by providing world-class learning experiences for children and adults.
Gainsborough’s House Museum
Gainsborough’s House explores the life and art of Thomas Gainsborough. One of the greatest artists of his age, he is renowned throughout the world for his portrait and landscape paintings.
Georgia Center for the Book
The Center’s mission is the support of libraries, literary programs and literature, particularly Georgia’s rich literary heritage.
The object of the Grolier Club is “to foster the study, collecting, and appreciation of books and works on paper, their art, history, production, and commerce.”
Lloyd Library & Museum
Collects and maintains a library of botanical, medical, pharmaceutical, scientific books and periodicals.
Smithsonian Libraries; Josepth F. Cullman 3rd Library of Natural History
Home to the Smithsonian’s collection of rare books in anthropology and the natural sciences and a 1st edition of Catesby’s “Natural History”.
The Garden Club of America
The Garden Club of America is a national leader in the fields of horticulture, conservation, and civic improvement.
The Historic Wilton House Museum
Home of the National Society of The Colonial Dames of America in the Commonwealth of Virginia and to a collection of Catesby prints.
The Society for the History of Natural History
The Society was founded in 1936 by a small group of librarians, bibliographers and naturalists who mostly worked in the London area either at or near the Natural History Museum. The Museum contains the national collection of natural history specimens representing all disciplines and is of international standing.
The colonial estate of Noble Jones (1702-1775), a humble carpenter who arrived in Georgia in 1733 with James Oglethorpe and the first group of settlers from England.