Through the work of the Historical Society of Frankford’s Preservation Committee, with the assistance of the Preservation Alliance of Greater Philadelphia funded intern, Kristin Hagar, the nomination of 1548 Adams Avenue for designation on the Philadelphia Register of Historic Places is being presented for a vote by the Philadelphia Historical Commission. The nomination of 1548 Adams Avenue (believed to be the oldest house standing in Frankford) has been deemed “correct and complete”. The Philadelphia Historical Commission will consider this nomination at two public meetings:
</>Regular Meeting Friday, 14 June 2013 – 9:00am Room 18-029, 1515 Arch Street (One Parkway Building)
Both hearings are open to the public; the public is invited to speak (Philadelphia Historical Commission 215-686-7660).
Those interested in more background on this site – which appears in the Society’s latest publication (An Illustrated Walking Tour of Frankford) can purchase a copy of the booklet at the Society’s next program meeting on Tuesday, May 14th at 7:30pm.
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I love this house. I think this is a real treasure for Frankford.
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