An Architectural Guidebook to Philadelphia

An Architectural Guidebook to Philadelphia

Book - 1999
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Celebrated architectural writer Francis Morrone returns with a guide to one of the nation's most historical cities--Philadelphia. In addition to including architectural, artistic, and historical insight on its characterizing landmarks, the guide embraces the reader in a quest to realize the city's mysterious legacy--the dichotomous character indicative of its two most famous sons, William Penn and Benjamin Franklin. Meander through Washington Square, Chestnut Hill, Rittenhouse Square, Germantown, and even the infamous Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Publisher: Layton, UT : Gibbs Smith, c1999
ISBN: 9780879058906
Branch Call Number: 720.974811 M883
Characteristics: vi, 288 p. : ill., maps ; 22 cm
Additional Contributors: Iska, James
Alternative Title: Philadelphia


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