Yesterday, Plan Philly posted a great piece on Frankford and the issue of the preservation of our historical heritage. This includes not only the records, documents and artifacts but also buildings and structures. The article went on to talk about how the Historical Society of Frankford is meeting this challenge during these tough economic times.
The article was very complimentary in terms of what is being done by the Historical Society and talked about our rich historical past. Follow the link and give it a look.
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