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Laurel Hill and some colonial dames who once lived there

by Rawle, William Brooke-

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Published by Printed by J. B. Lippincott company in [Philadelphia] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Randolph mansion, Philadelphia. [from old catalog]

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsF158.8.L37 R2
    The Physical Object
    Pagination30 p.
    Number of Pages30
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22884631M
    LC Control Number12006621

    Percival Hill passed away on Febru The obituary was featured in Legacy on March 2, Among this impressive group stands Lemon Hill. Now administered and cared for by the Colonial Dames of America, Chapter II, the house was built in – by Henry Pratt (–), senior partner in the important Philadelphia mercantile firm of Pratt & Kintzing and son of painter Matthew Pratt (–), a student of Benjamin West.

      At 60th Street, this is the south side of Laurel Hill Boulevard as most people know it, never guessing that it has a history that reaches back to # Laurel Hill Boulevard at 65th Place, the Corner Deli, is one of the few buildings on the south side of the BQE that have survived over the decades; here’s the way it looked in   In the s, the art museum's first director, Fiske Kimball, lived at Lemon Hill. Lemon Hill is run by the Colonial Dames of America Chapter II, .

      While the Philadelphia Museum of Art was erected on Fairmount in the s, the museum director, architectural historian Fiske Kimball, restored the house in and lived there until the s. Indeed, Kimball was a pivotal figure in championing the historical and aesthetic importance of the Fairmount Park houses, which he referred to as the. Burial: West Laurel Hill Cemetery, Phila., PA Record Change: Ma Notes for HANNAH A. THOMAS: Scott & Kathryn (Leedom) Ives Genealogy Pages, / have a family of Rachel Leedom married to Jacob Thomas in with 8 children. 1 .


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Lippincott company. Year: OAI identifier: oai::MIU LAUREL HILL AND SOME COLONIAL DAMES WHO ONCE LIVED THERE. BY WILLIAM BROOKE RAWLE, ESQUIRE. A paper read May 1,before the Society of The Colonial Dames of America, Chapter II, Philadelphia, upon the opening of the Randolph Mansion (as it is now called) in East Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, by.

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Laurel Hill and Some Colonial Dames Who Once Lived There by William Brooke Rawle (Creator) avg rating — 0 ratings — published — 3 editions. DAB; William B. Rawle, “Laurel Hill and Some Colonial Dames Who Once Lived There,” PMHB, XXXV (), –90, –4. Francis Rawle (–) was a prosperous Quaker merchant and generous contributor to the Pennsylvania Hospital.

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The Parent Chapter, which established the Society, is governed directly by the Society’s Board. The Headquarters of The Colonial Dames of America is located in New York City on grounds that include our accredited museum, The Mount Vernon Hotel Museum & Garden.

Each chapter is invited to select a member of the Council of Proprietors of the MVHMG. History is murky on the originator of Laurel Hill, which by some accounts was built by Joseph Shute, or Francis and Rebecca Rawle in the s, or just Rebecca after Francis died in a hunting accident, or by Rebecca and her second husband, loyalist and former mayor of Philadelphia Samuel Shoemaker.Description: The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography (PMHB) is the Historical Society of Pennsylvania’s scholarly magazine, published since PMHB publishes original research or interpretation concerning the social, cultural, political, economic, and ethnic history of Pennsylvania, or work situating Pennsylvania history within comparative regional or international contexts.