Included are manuscript text and two other photographs:
"This house was bought by Dr. Wm. Shippen as a summer home in 1775. Said to have been first 3 story house in G'tn. Dr. Shippen's son-in-law Dr. Blair also lived here. Dr. Blair was Pres. of Princeton College.
"Penna. Manual Labor School was located in this same house under Dr. Geo. Junkin. In 1832 Dr. Junkin went to Easton, became Pres. of Lafayette College. 1857-this house was owned by Charlotee Cushman, who opened East Walnut Lane. The doorway is one that formerly the doorway of a house at School Lane and Gt'n Av. which belonged to Dr. Bensell. Savings Fund now on site of Dr. Bensell's house (1905)."
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