Posts Tagged ‘Mutter Museum’

A History Of Leadership During Philadelphia's Epidemics

A History Of Leadership During Philadelphia’s Epidemics

July 21, 2017  |  Vantage

Contributor Sam Dunnington examines disease outbreaks in Philadelphia and the individuals that helped the city navigate its most deadly epidemics > more

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A “Last SOS” For The S.S. United States

October 8, 2015  |  Morning Blend

A strong funding deadline for ship rusting in Pennsport, Toll Bros looks to demolish Society Hill Playhouse, Penn marks high in global ranking, neuroscience and art combine at the Mütter, and describing Philly through the years > more

Philadelphia During The Civil War: A Medical Perspective, Opening At The Mütter

Philadelphia During The Civil War: A Medical Perspective, Opening At The Mütter

September 11, 2013  |  Walk the Walk

One hundred fifty years have passed since the Battle of Gettysburg turned the tide of the American Civil War. Now, the Mütter Museum -- which opened that same year -- opens a permanent exhibit commemorating Philadelphia's medical contribution during that awful war. Joe Brin previews > more