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Addison Hutton - Architectural Works (Partial Listing) - Colleges, Libraries and Cultural Institutions
... Hall, Swarthmore College's first building, Swarthmore, PA 1870–78 Ridgway Library (Library Company of Philadelphia), Broad Christian Sts ... Philadelphia, PA (now Philadelphia High School for the Creative and Performing Arts) 1874 President's House, Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, PA 1874 ... Broadway, Jim Thorpe, PA 1882 Coppee Hall Gymnasium, Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA 1884–85 Chandler Chemistry Laboratory, Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA 1885 Pa ...
Addison Hutton - Architectural Works (Partial Listing) - Residences
... Lockwood, Lancaster Pike, Frazer, PA 1866-1867 Barclay House, West Chester, Pennsylvania 1869 “The Chestnuts”, residence of David Scull, 5820 City Ave ... Overbrook, PA (now home of the Sisters of the Visitation) 1869 “Elm Villa”, residence of D ... Wheeler, 310 Fishers Rd, Bryn Mawr, PA 1870 “St ...
Wayne Oates - Bibliography
... of the Church, (Nashville TN Broadman, 1940) The Christian Pastor, (Philadelphia PA Westminster, 1951) Grace Sufficient, (Nashville TN Broadman, 1951. 1956) Where to go for Help, (Philadelphia PA Westminster, 1957) The Religious Dimensions of Personality, (New York NYAssociation, 1957) What Psychology ...
Benevolent And Protective Order Of Elks - National Convention Sites & Presiding Grand Exalted Rulers
... Melvin 1907 Philadelphia PA, John K ... Buch 1941 Philadelphia PA, John S ... Lewis 1948 Philadelphia PA, George I ...
Addison Hutton - Gallery
... Germantown Friends Meeting House, Philadelphia, PA (1868) Arch Street United Methodist Church, SE corner Broad Arch Sts ... Philadelphia, PA (1869–70) Ridgway Library, Philadelphia, PA (1870–78) ... Now Philadelphia High School for the Creative and Performing Arts Bucks County Intelligencer Building, Doylestown, PA (1876) Linderman Library, Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA (1876) Linderman Library ...

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    It used to be said that, socially speaking, Philadelphia asked who a person is, New York how much is he worth, and Boston what does he know. Nationally it has now become generally recognized that Boston Society has long cared even more than Philadelphia about the first point and has refined the asking of who a person is to the point of demanding to know who he was. Philadelphia asks about a man’s parents; Boston wants to know about his grandparents.
    Cleveland Amory (b. 1917)