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European and American 15th to 20th Century paintings, drawings, watercolors, prints.
17th to 20th century artifacts relating to the area; decorative arts, costumes, textiles, dolls, toys, household items, photographs.
Mineralogy, paleontology, entomology, botany, shells, mammals, fish, reptiles, birds, 19th Century scientific instruments.
Furniture, glass, ceramics, metals, textiles, archives with nine generations of family manuscripts.
Wyck-grown products and Lancaster Co. fresh produce, baked goods and meats. The market is open Fridays from June through mid November.
Colonial American furnishings, decorative arts, pewter, silver, English Delftware.
International textiles dating from the 4th Century AD to present; 200,000 indexed swatches, clothing accessories, textile tools, quilts, collections in fashion, costumes.
Civil War items, uniforms, guns, drums, swords, letters, pictures and books.
Philadelphia Chippendale furniture, Chew family memorabilia and papers, 18th and 19th Century decorative arts.
Personal artifacts of Stephen Girard including furniture, silver, China trade items, paintings, maps, drawings, broadsides, porcelain, 1780 to 1831 correspondence, including US...
Come and enjoy fresh fruits and vegetables all brought in from local area farms. In addition to the farm fresh produce the market also offers flowers, baked goods, dairy products,...
Raising the Stakes for MS: Philadelphia Area Young Professionals Celebrate with Fashion, Horseracing, Charity and the Party of the Spring PHILADELPHIA, PA (May 1, 2013) - The...
One of the most famous old prisons in the country. Some of the inmates were Al Capone and Willie Sutton.