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Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, University of Pennsylvania (built 1893-1899, Cope & Stewardson, Wilson Eyre Jr., Frank Miles Day & Bro., architects), exterior, courtyard and main entrance
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Title
Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, University of Pennsylvania (built 1893-1899, Cope & Stewardson, Wilson Eyre Jr., Frank Miles Day & Bro., architects), exterior, courtyard and main entrance
Date
ca. 1956
Material
photograph
Measurements
19 x 23 cm (7.5 x 9 in)
Description
Located at 3260 Spruce Street, near 33rd and Spruce streets. Also known as the Free Museum of the University of Pennsylvania, Museum of Science and Art, and the University Museum
ID Number
UARC20020909001
Repository
UPX 12, University Photograph Collection, Box 33
Rights
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20020909001.tif
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