Thirty-Second and Race Streets, 1884

Residence of Hare Powell; Afterwards Residence of Spencer Miller

Thirty-Second and Race Streets, Philadelphia, Pa.

A very grand edifice with four Greek columns reaching to the third floor is the only structure in this scene. This is a corner property. The home sits in a park-like setting which is surrounded on both streets by a high stone wall. Twelve trees in leaf are curbside. There is a break in the wall and carriage tracks are visible entering the property. There are four adults and one juvenile pedestrian. Two men are riding on horseback. A wooden fence is visible in the lower right corner of the scene.

Location: Library Company Philadelphia
call number: P.2298.134 /evans/plc134.html
updated by BMC august 03, 2000