Craftsmanship

Slide Show Image 1: Walking tour of Elfreth’s Alley, 2010.

Slide Show Image 2: Posing in Elfreth’s Alley, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Slide Show Image 3: Learning about the early icehouse at Wyck, Germantown, Pennsylvania (c. 1700 and later, remodeled by architect William Strickland in 1824).

Slide Show Image 4: Leah Giles examines the slip seat of James Logan’s chair with Laura Keim (Courtesy of The National Society of the Colonial Dames of America in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania at STENTON; the easy chair visible in the background is on long-term loan to Stenton from the Dietrich American Foundation).

Slide Show Image 5: Studying the Head House and shambles of New Market, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Slide Show Image 6: Alley townhouses, ca 1750-70, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Slide Show Image 7: Studying the restoration of the back porch of Stenton, with curator Laura Keim (’99) (Courtesy of The National Society of the Colonial Dames of America in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania at STENTON).

Slide Show Image 8: The exterior of Stenton.

Slide Show Image 9: Studying Wyck, Germantown.

Slide Show Image 10: Wyck's historic 1820s rose gardens.

 

 

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