1422 Chestnut StreetHistorical Images of Philadelphia Parker & Mullikin Negatives
Historic Street Address: 1420-22 Chestnut Street
Media Type: Photographic Negatives
Source: Print and Picture Collection
This 1949 image was created by Parker and Mullikin, for R. J. Seltzer.
Interior view of 1420-22 Chestnut Street. A hallway is shown with a stairwell on the right. Two potted plants stand near the stairs.
1420-22 Chestnut Street built 1896-1899. Building designed by Frank Miles Day & Bro. (fl. 1893 - 1911). Placed on the Philadelphia Register of Historic Places on 11/6/1980 and on the National Register on 6/27/1980.
Philadelphia atlases from 1875 & 1895 list 1420-24 Chestnut as inhabited by the American Baptist Publication Society. Same address is referred to as the Crozer Building on a 1910 atlas. Land use maps from 1942 and 1962 list 1422 Chestnut as the Crozier Building Arcade.
Geocode Latitude: Geocode Longitude:-75.165110
Creator Name: Parker and Mullikin - Photographer
Frank Miles Day & Bro. (fl. 1893 - 1911). - Architect