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We're Moving!

  • Ten Penn Center Sign
     

After more than 34 years at 833 Chestnut, Jenkins is moving to a new location. As of Monday, December 17 our new address will be:

Ten Penn Center
1801 Market St.
9th Floor

We'll be closing our doors at 833 Chestnut for the last time at 6:00 pm on Friday, November 30. We'll reopen at Ten Penn Center on Monday, December 17 at 8:30 am. In between, we'll be transporting our print collection, computers and furniture across town. During those 2 weeks we'll do our best to respond to your questions and research requests in a timely manner, but we ask you to be patient.

One thing that isn't moving is our website. As always, you'll be able to use our remote-access databases 24/7/365. (Our telephone numbers and email addresses won't be changing, either.)

Stop by and check out our new space!

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