- What the Hale is in There? | Hidden City Philadelphia
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- History of the Hale Building at 13th and Chestnut. « .
- The Hale Building Finally To Turn Into Something: Boutique Hotel?
- Two great articles about the Hale building
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In Wissahickon, an historic meeting hall on the eve of demolition gets a helping hand. Michael Bixler reports > more
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