41 West Harvey Street
Home of Dr. William Warwick
Image of interior available at GHS.
Two-and-a-half story stucco house with wood trim. Mansard roof.
This was the home and office of Dr. William Warrick (1867-1940).
Warrick was a track star at the University of Pennsylvania and
later one of the earliest African-Americans to graduate from its
medical school. His sister, Meta Warrick Fuller, was a well-
known sculptor who studied under Rodin.
- GHS: Baugh, J. Gordon. Souvenir of Germantown..,
p. 34 (photograph of interior and text).
- 1996 National Register of Historic Places Nomination for
the African American Historic Sites of Philadelphia, Continuation
Sheet E, p. 15: footnote 46 states "In Germantown, Dr. William
Henry Warrick, whose office and home were located at 41 W. Harvey
Street...provided medical care to Blacks."
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