Multiple Views of Independence Hall - Postcard

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Multiple Views of Independence Hall - Postcard

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Item No: pdcp00561
Title: Multiple Views of Independence Hall - Postcard
Additional Title: Philadelphia Independence Hall
Historic Street Address: 553 Chestnut Street
Media Type: Photographic Prints
Source: Print and Picture Collection
Notes:

Located: Postcard Collection  Under: Philadelphia - Independence Hall - Interior

[ON REVERSE] NATIONAL MUSEUM  Independence Hall Group  Independence Hall.  In this beautiful building, the most historic spot in the U. S. of America, the Declaration of Independence was signed on July 4th, 1776.     Here is housed the famous old Liberty Bell which first proclaimed the Nation's freedom, and a general collection of objects associated with the history of America. The museum is maintained wholly by public funds appropriated by the Council of the City of Philadelphia.   It is open to the public free everyday in the year from 9 A.M. to 4 P.M.

Copyrighted 1936 & Publ. by K. F. Lutz, 441 N. 32nd St., Phila., Pa.  No. 118.


Creation Year: ca. 1936
Geocode Latitude: Geocode Latitude:39.948832
Geocode Longitude:-75.150025

Creator Name: Lutz, K. F. (Karl F.), 1896- - Photographer
Woolley, Edmund, 1695-1771 - Architect
Hamilton, Andrew, approximately 1676-1741 - Architect