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Also known as: Girard National Bank; Stephen Girard's Bank (1811-1926)
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  • Illustrated Philadelphia: Its Wealth and Industries. American Publishing & Engraving Co., 1889., p. 82
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    Client/Project Name: Third Street, Above Dock Street

     
  • Teitelman, Edward, and Richard W. Longstreth. Architecture in Philadelphia: A Guide. Cambridge: MIT Press, 1974., p. 35
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    Client/Project Name: (untitled)

     
  • Tatum, George B., Penn's Great Town. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1961., p. 173, plate 59
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    Client/Project Name: (untitled)

     
  • National Register. (National Register Information System)
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    Client/Project Name: First Bank of the United States

     
  • Pennsylvania Cultural Resources Geographic Information System, a cooperative venture of the Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission and the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation.
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    Client/Project Name: First Bank of the United States

     
  • King, Moses. Philadelphia and Notable Philadelphians. New York: Blanchard Press, Isaac H. Blanchard Co., 1901., p. 19
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    Client/Project Name: Girard National Bank

     
  • Gallery, John Andrew, The Planning of Center City Philadelphia from William Penn to the Present, Center for Architecture, Inc., Philadelphia, 2007, p. 72
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    Client/Project Name: First Bank of the United States

    Architects Referenced: Blodget (or Blodgett), Samuel, Jr. (1757-1814); Windrim, James Hamilton (1840-1919)

     
  • Thomas, George E.Buildings of Pennsylvania Philadelphia and Eastern Pennsylvania, Society of Architectural Historians, University of Virginia Press, Charlottesville, 2010, p. 60
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    Client/Project Name: First Bank of the United States

    Architects Referenced: Blodget, Samuel; Windrim, James Hamilton (1840-1919)

     
  • Wermeil, Sara E. The Fireproof Building: Technology and Public Safety in the Nineteenth-Century American City. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2000., p. 23, 33
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    Client/Project Name: First Bank of the United States

     
  • Morrone, Francis. An Architectural Guidebook to Philadelphia. Layton, UT: Gibbs Smith, 1999., p. 70-71
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    Client/Project Name: First Bank of the United States

    Architects Referenced: Blodget, Samuel; Windrim, James Hamilton (1840-1919)

     
  • Historic American Buildings Survey (HABS) Collection at the Library of Congress
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    Client/Project Name: First Bank of the United States (HABS PA-1417)

     
  • Maynard, W. Barksdale, Architecture in the United States, 1800-1850, Yale University Press, New Haven, 2002, p. 230, 233, 253
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    Client/Project Name: First Bank of the United States

     
  • W. Birch & Son. The city of Philadelphia : in the state of Pennsylvania, North America; as it appeared in the year 1800, consisting of twenty eight plates / drawn and engraved by W. Birch & Son. (Springland Cot, near Neshaminy Bridge on the Bristol road, Pa. : W. Birch, 1800). , p. Plate 17
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    Client/Project Name: Bank of the United States in Third Street

     
  • Engelhardt, George Washington, Philadelphia Pennsylvania, The Book of Its Bourse & Co-operating Bodies, Philadelphia, Lippincott Press, 1898-99., p. 168
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    Client/Project Name: Girard National Bank

     
  • Bowen, Daniel. A History of Philadelphia: With a Notice of Villages in the Vicinity. Philadelphia: Daniel Bowen, 1839., p. 65
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    Client/Project Name: The Old Bank of the United States (First Bank)

     
  • Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission Cultural Resources Database
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    Client/Project Name: First Bank of the United States

     
  • Scharf, John Thomas & Thompson Westcott. History of Philadelphia, 1609-1884. Philadelphia: L. H. Everts & Co., 1884., p. 1068
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    Client/Project Name: First Bank of the United States

    Architect Referenced: Blodget (or Blodgett), Samuel, Jr. (1757-1814)

     
  • Philadelphia Real Estate Record and Builders' Guide, v. 16, n. 5, p. 69, 1/30/1901
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    Client/Project Name: Stephen Girard Estate

    Architect Referenced: Windrim, James Hamilton (1840-1919)

     
  • Philadelphia Real Estate Record and Builders' Guide, v. 16, n. 29, p. 465, 7/17/1901
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    Client/Project Name: Girard Bank Bldg.

    Architect Referenced: Windrim, James Hamilton (1840-1919)

     
  • Philadelphia Real Estate Record and Builders' Guide, v. 16, n. 35, p. 563, 8/28/1901
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    Client/Project Name: Girard Bank Bldg. for Stephen Girard Estate

    Architect Referenced: Windrim, James Hamilton (1840-1919)

     
  • Philadelphia Real Estate Record and Builders' Guide, v. 27, n. 27, p. 434, 7/3/1912
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    Client/Project Name: Girard National Bank

    Architect Referenced: Windrim, James Hamilton (1840-1919)

     
  • Philadelphia Register of Historic Places (Imported)
     
  • National Register Information System database (imported May 8, 2001)
     
  • HABS/HAER/HALS list for Philadelphia and surrounding counties (imported November 8, 2001)
     
  • Raley, R. L. "Philadelphia's 'First Bank': A Reflection of Dublin's Royal Exchange." Antigues Show. (1984) 70-74.
     
  • Biddle, Owen, The Young Carpenter's Assistant; or A System of Architecture, Philadelphia, 1805, Plate 43
     
  • Platt, Batcheler, Sweetser First Bank of the United States, Philadelphia Historic Structures Report, 1981
     

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