Palazzos of Power: Generating Stations of the Philadelphia Electric Company 1902-1926

Thursday, January 31st, 6pm, Athenaeum, 219 South 6th Street. RSVP to Bruce Laverty at or 215-925-2688. Free lecture followed by light refreshments.  For more info, visit:
On the banks of the Schuylkill and Delaware Rivers stand some of the most remarkable industrial structures ever built in the United States. This two-part lecture by Aaron V. Wunsch and Joseph E. Elliott will examine the generating stations, once the pride of the Philadelphia Electric Company, which supplied electricity to Philadelphia's main streets, factories, and suburbs in the era of its most rapid expansion.
Issues: Preservation
Categories: Event
Tags: Preservation

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