4 edition of Philadelphia Merchants" Exchange conservation strategy found in the catalog.
Philadelphia Merchants" Exchange conservation strategy
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey in Reston, VA
Written in English
|Statement||by Elaine S. McGee|
|Series||Open-file report -- 96-519, U.S. Geological Survey open-file report -- 96-519|
|Contributions||Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||28|
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The American Institute for Conservation Book Repair and Conservation: Conservation Center for Art and Historic Artifacts Glen Ruzicka, Chief Conservator Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It has been an often stated goal of the Conservation Center for Art and Historic Artifacts (CCAHA) to introduce book repair as a service for our clients. Biographies of successful Philadelphia merchants by Winslow, Stephen N. (Stephen Noyes), b. Publication date Topics Merchants Publisher Philadelphia: J.K. Simon Collection lincolncollection; americana Digitizing sponsor The Institute of Museum and Library Services through an Indiana State Library LSTA Grant.
The Philadelphia Museum of Art’s founders envisioned it as an indispensable civic resource for the community, and this remains at the very heart of our mission. The Museum is an essential part of our city and central to how Philadelphia defines itself and its place in the world. Strengthening our educational services to the communityFile Size: 2MB. PP - Merchants' Exchange (Customs House) in process of demolition, n.d. and There are two photoprints and one negative for image PP Negatives: PP - ZN; duplicate/copy neg Z Box 1, Folder 5 PP - Merchants' Exchange in process of demolition, n.d. Duplicate/copy negative: Z Box 1, Folder 6.
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The Merchants' Exchange Building is a historic building located on the triangular site bounded by Dock Street, Third Street, and Walnut Street in the Old City neighborhood of Philadelphia, was designed by architect William Strickland, in the Greek Revival style, the first national American architectural style and built between and Architect: William Strickland.
Get this from a library. Philadelphia Merchants' Exchange conservation strategy: marble characteristics and deterioration. [E S McGee; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. Built between andthe Merchants' Exchange Building, also known as the Philadelphia Exchange, is located on the triangular site bounded by Dock Street, Third Street, and Walnut Streets.
This monumental office building was designed by William Strickland and is an exquisite expression of the Greek Revival style, the first national. Merchants' Exchange Building, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 32 likes. The Merchants' Exchange Building is a historic building located on the triangular /5(17).
The Merchants' Exchange remained active for about forty years. It was dissolved in when the financial district of the city moved further west towards busy Broad Street. Though it was periodically used as the city's Stock Exchange then as a produce exchange after World War I, it eventually fell into disrepair.
Merchants' Exchange Building. Visit Philadelphia. Inwealthy entrepreneur Stephen Girard () created the Philadelphia Merchants' Exchange Company with the intention of building a new financial center. Constructed between andthe Merchants' Exchange Building is now a preserved Philadelphia landmark.
Series II documents two early efforts to investigate the decline of the Merchants’ Exchange Building’s historic masonry and to plan a conservation strategy.
The first of these efforts is a photogrammetry project in which readings were taken to document the effects of acidic precipitation on the outer stonework. Philadelphia Stock Exchange, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. likes.
Philadelphia Stock Exchange, now known as NASDAQ OMX PHLX, is the oldest stock Jump to. Sections of this page. Founded in as the "Board of Brokers," it was located at the Merchants Coffee House, now known as the City Tavern, at the corner of Second and Walnut /5(27).
Philadelphia Exchange ; Documented Architects, Engineers, and Others There are no architects, engineers, or others linked to this record. Location Philadelphia, PA Image Gallery [Merchants' Exchange] Stock Exchange Building, Merchants Exchange (Lutz, K.
F., Photographer, ) Karl Lutz Collection, Athenaeum of Philadelphia. Merchants Exchange, Philadelphia. William Langenheim, American (born Germany), -and Frederick Langenheim, American (born Germany), - Philadelphia Merchant: The Diaries of Thomas P.
Cope [; ] is an extraordinary book, most fascinating for the personality and character of the diarist. Thomas Cope was a wealthy merchant and ship owner, a force in city and state government, a philanthropist and—by no means least—a by: 8. Page - A", as described in the report of the Philadelphia National Shrines Park Commission, dated Decem (b) A memorial thoroughfare, or mall, extending generally from the south side of Walnut Street to the north side of Manning Street, identified as part of "project B" in the report of the Commission.
The Philadelphia Stock Exchange dates its founding tomaking it the country’s oldest stock exchange.3 Although the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) was founded two years later, it soon surpassed all other stock exchanges in trading vol-ume. By the late s, for example, the reported share volume on the PHLX was about 14 percent of that on.
The Merchants' Exchange building currently plays host only to an excellent collection of dust and silent construction equipment. And the last thing that was traded here was a bag of bananas.
Located at the triangular intersection of Dock Street and Walnut Street, The Exchange's singular feature is its semicircular font, flanked on either side %(2). Merchants' Exchange, Philadelphia (Building info) The building was in use as an exchange until the civil war.
Purchased by the National Park Service in World Heritage Way. Walnut Street between 5th and 6th streets has been officially renamed ‘World Heritage Way’ by Mayor Michael A.
Nutter and Councilman Mark Squilla on September 8thin recognition of the presence of Independence Hall, a World Heritage Site, and in celebration of the Organization of World Heritage Cities’ Solidarity Day of the World Heritage.
1 drawing on cream paper mounted on brown paper: ink, graphite, and crayon ; 10 x cm (drawing) ; 24 x cm (mount) | Drawing showing exchange building with surrounding streets and buildings; streets are filled with pedestrians, horse. Below we publish a list of the wholesale merchants doing business in Philadelphia, who are enemies to the institutions of the South.
We were furnished. An exquisite stranger's guide book from an early date. The fifty eight pages give a great amount of information about services and locations in this large and growing city.
This edition is not listed in Phillips' List of Maps and Views of Philadelphia, although that source lists editions for,and Considerations on Complex Sequential Treatments of Gypsum Crusts: The Carrara Marble Capitals of the Philadelphia Merchants’ Exchange Journal of the American Institute for Conservation October 1 Title: Conservator at the U.S.
Merchant Exchange Building in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Contributor Names Highsmith, Carol M.,photographer this building housed the nation's first stock exchange.
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Coll. The symposium was held in conjunction with The Philadelphia Museum of Art's Octo January 2, exhibition, "Worldly Goods, the Arts of Early Pennsylvania, ".