Amateur Dramatic Association, Converted into a Feed Store, 1885
Seventeenth above Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
The "American Dramatic Association" is a very imposing red brick building with a magnificent center door, painted green, and smaller side doors to either side of it. A sign "A.D.A." is above the main entrance. To the side of the building the sign "St. Joseph Ave." is affixed. Across that avenue (alley) is a handsom four-storey townhouse which has a lattice work of wrought iron railing up the entrance steps and along the front. To the right of the A. D. A. is #32 which houses "Seitz Upholster." The horsecar which comes into view travels on 17th & 19th Streets.
Location: Library Company Philadelphia
call number: P.2298.123