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Greg Prichard

Greg Prichard is Lower Merion Township’s staff historic preservation planner. He is a graduate of the Historic Preservation Planning master’s program at Cornell University and a board member of both the Philadelphia Chapter of the Society of Architectural Historians and the Radnor Historical Society. He operates Prichard Design & History Studio, an independent business specializing in interpretive signs for historic sites. Prichard has lectured about various topics including the train stations of the Main Line, discoveries from the Lower Merion Township Building & Planning Department archives, and the story of the 19th century Philadelphia photography studio operated by his ancestors.

Exhuming A Pyramid Of Petrol Along The

Exhuming A Pyramid Of Petrol Along The “Golden Mile”

February 15, 2019  |  Architecture

Greg Prichard takes us on a suburban expedition to find Vincent Kling's lost, modernist gas station on City Avenue > more

Architecture Trips The Light Fantastic in <em>Philly After Dark</em>

Architecture Trips The Light Fantastic in Philly After Dark

December 4, 2018  |  Photography

The Athenaeum of Philadelphia shines a light on local architecture at night with their illuminating exhibition, "Philly After Dark." Greg Prichard has this review > more