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Also known as: Farmers & Mechanics Bank; Philadelphia Maritime Museum (1965-1974); American Philosophical Society, Benjamin Franklin Hall (1981)
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  • Historic American Buildings Survey (HABS) Collection at the Library of Congress
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    Client/Project Name: Farmers' & Mechanics' Bank (HABS PA-1415)

     
  • Historic American Buildings Survey (HABS) Collection at the Library of Congress
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    Client/Project Name: Bank Row (HABS PA-1667)

     
  • Engelhardt, George Washington, Philadelphia Pennsylvania, The Book of Its Bourse & Co-operating Bodies, Philadelphia, Lippincott Press, 1898-99., p. 171
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    Client/Project Name: The Farmers' and Mechanics' National Bank of Phila.

     
  • Webster, Richard J., Philadelphia Preserved. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1976., p. 71
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    Client/Project Name: Farmers and Mechanics Bank / Farmers and Mechanics Bank

     
  • King, Moses. Philadelphia and Notable Philadelphians. New York: Blanchard Press, Isaac H. Blanchard Co., 1901., p. 18
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    Client/Project Name: Farmers' and Mechanics' National Bank

     
  • Teitelman, Edward, and Richard W. Longstreth. Architecture in Philadelphia: A Guide. Cambridge: MIT Press, 1974., p. 33
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  • Tatum, George B., Penn's Great Town. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1961., p. 195, plate 119
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  • Philadelphia Register of Historic Places (Imported)
     
  • HABS/HAER/HALS list for Philadelphia and surrounding counties (imported November 8, 2001)
     
  • Sara E. Wermiel, “An unusual application of wire cables from the 1850s: Benjamin Severson’s wire-tied girders,” Construction History 17 (2001): 43-54; similar version published in Rope Terminations and Fittings OIPEEC Round Table Conference Proceedings (August 2001).
     

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