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Inquirer: Panels for President's House memorial on display

Inquirer: Panels for President's House memorial on display Proposed exhibition panels for the President's House memorial have been placed on display for public comment at the Independence Visitor Center, Sixth…

Make a Call for America’s Treasures and Voice Your Support for Preservation Funding

A message from the National Trust for Historic Preservation: All grassroots advocacy campaigns have critical moments – here’s ours. Your lawmakers are back home right now while Congress is closed for…

Weekly Press: Frank Loyd Wright In Elkins Park

Weekly Press: Frank Loyd Wright In Elkins Park When Rabbi Mortimer J. Cohen wrote to architect Frank Lloyd Wright in the early 1950s, he said that envisioned a wholly modern…

Inquirer: USS Olympia seeks a new caretaker

Inquirer: USS Olympia seeks a new caretaker During the Spanish-American War, Navy Commodore George Dewey stood on the bridge of the ship and uttered the words that became famous: "You…

Examining Ed Bacon’s Visions for Philadelphia

UC Review: Examining Ed Bacon’s Visions for Philadelphia It’s hard to imagine how the "things that might have been" would impact the present. If for instance, a World’s Fair had…

Inquirer: Tradition and revitalization along E. Passyunk Avenue

Inquirer: Tradition and revitalization along E. Passyunk Avenue Staring out the window of his cheese shop one slow afternoon, Philip Mancuso declares himself "the last of the Mohicans." After almost…

Hidden City Philadelphia Report Now Available

A message from Hidden City Philadelphia: Earlier this winter, we held an event at an amazing private estate in Chestnut Hill.  We were thrilled to see so many familiar faces -…

Chestnut Hill is a 2010 Dozen Distinctive Destination

A message from the National Trust for Historic Preservation: Pennsylvania’s own Chestnut Hill has been named one of the 2010 America’s Dozen Distinctive Destinations by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. …

West Philadelphia Spotlight: The Gables Bed & Breakfast

To step into The Gables Bed and Breakfast is to step back in time. The meticulously restored Victorian is on the edge of Clark Park and a just a stone’s throw…

Historic Baltimore Avenue Churches Promote Community Use

Historic Baltimore Avenue Churches Promote Community Use The sacred places in our neighborhood stand out as landmarks on our blocks and along our avenues but too often we value them from…

UPDATED: Publications and Newsletters, January 2010

Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission Newsletter: Winter 2010 The Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission is dedicated to uniting the region's elected officials, planning professionals and the public with a common vision…

Explore Philadelphia's African-American Historic Sites on Your Computer

Explore African American Historic Sites on Your Computer The Preservation Alliance has launched a new web resource to help build awareness of African American historic sites in the city. The searchable…

A Message from Hidden City Philadelphia

Dear Adventurers,It was only this past June that we came together to put on hard hats and explore many of the unknown wonders of Philadelphia. We journeyed into forgotten realms…

Weekly Press: South Street West pays tribute to past while looking ahead

Weekly Press: South Street West pays tribute to past while looking ahead In this article, Nicole Contosta tells the history of the ten-block stretch from 13th through 23rd on the…

Hidden City Philadelphia Launches this Saturday!

Click here to view in web browser Dear Treasure Hunters, The time has come to put on your hard hat and venture into the unknown wonders of Philadelphia. Starting this Saturday,…

Center for Architecture Announces "Building Philadelphia Lecture Series"

Philadelphia Center for Architecture Announces "Building Philadelphia Lecture Series" First Lecture is Tuesday, April 14! Building Philadelphia is a 10-part lecture series covering a broad range of topics relating to Philadelphia's…

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