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This brick home was constructed for John Harned in 1889, an attorney in Camden. It was a three story structure with a mansard roof of square and hexagonal slate and hip-roofed dormers. There were two chimneys on the east elevation with paneled stacks and corbeled caps. The interior was severely vandalized and had fire damage to the third floor.More...
This building is a fine example of. the Jacobean Revival style. It was designed by Charles Brigham, F.A.I.A., and constructed between 1905 and 1908. Built through donated funds, this building served as the second home for The Messiah Home for Children, which provided place for young children who were orphans or dependent on working mothers.More...
Notable example of Jacobean Revival style and one of the affluent townhouses in Philadelphia, Center City section. From 1894 to 1922 the house was the home of John Wanamaker, the founder of the John Wanamaker Department Store.
Dimensions are 50' x 100'; three-and-a-half stories with a basement. Interior is a center hall plan with large open staircase and an elaborately carved and paneled interior.More...