Philadelphia Architecture: A Guide to the City, Second Edition. Prepared for the Foundation for Architecture, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania by the Group for Environmental Education, Inc., John Andrew Gallery, General Editor, Published by the Foundation for Architecture, 1994.

“By the end of the century, [Green Street’s] row houses were joined by more elaborate houses of well-to-do industrialists….  Notable examples are 2223, designed by Willis Hale, with an unusual façade of brick enlivened by multicolored ceramic tile… and 2301, also designed by Hale.  All were owned by the Fleisher family, wealthy textile manufacturers, who have lived in the area for three generations.”