4 edition of Historic sacred places of Philadelphia found in the catalog.
Historic sacred places of Philadelphia
Moss, Roger W.
|Statement||Roger W. Moss ; photography by Tom Crane.|
|LC Classifications||BL2527.P45 M67 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 314 p. :|
|Number of Pages||314|
|LC Control Number||2004052639|
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PHILADELPHIA — Lilly Endowment Inc. has furthered its commitment to supporting congregations and preserving significant portions of America’s religious and cultural landscape by awarding nearly $15 million in grants to Partners for Sacred Places and the National Trust for Historic Preservation, to extend the National Fund for Sacred Places (The National Author: Presbyterian News Service. Acclaimed photographer of historic sites Joseph E. B. Elliott and Partners for Sacred Places will cast an intimate light on Fishtown and Kensington’s ever-shrinking stock of 19th century churches with Friday night’s opening exhibition of Preserving the Story: An Event to Celebrate Kensington’s Sacred Places at Circle of Hope Gallery on Frankford Avenue.
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The rich diversity of Philadelphia's sacred places owes its existence to William Penn's guarantee of religious toleration to the many religious denominations attracted to his "holy experiment." They are a metaphor for the modern American pluralistic society that is itself a legacy from Penn.
Philadelphia's historic sacred places also reflect /5(9). Philadelphia has a bad habit of ripping down its historic buildings. Preservation of history is never on our council's mind. Some of the most interesting historic places in Philadelphia are the cemeteries and the churches.
This book highlights the churches, and, by extension, many of the burial grounds. All religions are represented/5.
"Moss proves a knowledgeable guide to Philadelphia's famous and lesser-known sacred places, and Tom Crane's photographs are stunning."—Sacred Places. Praise for Historic Houses of Philadelphia, also by author Roger W.
Moss and photographer Tom Crane: "This book is a must for anyone interested in the early architecture of the Philadelphia area. They began with Historic Houses of Philadelphia, bringing the region's most impressive museum homes to life.
Historic Sacred Places of Philadelphia followed, an exclusive tour of fifty hallowed sites. In Historic Landmarks of Philadelphia, Moss and Crane feature prominent, memorable structures that reflect stages in Philadelphia's growth.
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Partners for Sacred Places is the only nonsectarian, nonprofit organization dedicated to sound stewardship and active community use of older sacred places across America. We provide capital campaign training and fundraising strategies, along with technical assistance, and grants to congregations and other local organizations across the United States via our National Fund.
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“Historic Sacred Places of Philadelphia” (Roger Moss) Roger Moss’ book was a foundational text for the research of several of the city’s well-established, extant religious properties, including investigation of their original construction as well as subsequentFile Size: 4MB.
BOOK REVIEWS Roger W. Moss. Historic Sacred Places of Philadelphia. (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, Pp. ix,glossary, bibliography, index. Cloth $).
Religious tolerance was the hallmark of William Penn's concept for Pennsylvania. The success of his idea is evident today in Philadelphia's astonAuthor: Donald U Smith. Philadelphia's Historic Sacred Places: Their past, present, and future. This research, led by PennPraxis at the University of Pennsylvania with assistance from Partners for Sacred Places, seeks to document Philadelphia’s historic sacred places, to examine the role these buildings play in the city’s public life, and to analyze what factors are likely to determine whether those Location: Arch St, First Floor Philadelphia United States.
The National Fund for Sacred Places is a Philadelphia-based grant-making program of Partners for Sacred Places in collaboration with the National Trust for Historic Preservation. www. Visit Philadelphia is the official visitor website for Philly travel and tourism information including hotels and overnight options, restaurants, events, things to.
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Book Detail. Sale. Historic Sacred Places Of Philadelphia $ $ in stock. Historic Sacred Places Of Philadelphia quantity. Add to cart. Continue Shopping Minimum Qty: 3. ISBN: Category: Travel Tag: Moss, Roger W. All of the places listed in the Green Books were either black-owned or known to be non-discriminatory, and the books, which are available for free online, list the names and addresses of places that represent 20th-century African American stories.A few notable places, including National Treasure of the National Trust A.G.
Gaston Motel in Birmingham, Alabama, have. Roger W. Moss, Historic Sacred Places of elphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, xiii+ pp. $ (cloth). The birthplace of the nation is rich in history — lots and lots of history.
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Free shipping for many products!Tom Crane is a freelance photographer. His work has been featured in such publications as Architectural Digest, House Beautiful, and the New York Times.
Together they collaborated on the book Historic Sacred Places of Philadelphia, also available from .