Posts Tagged ‘house museum’

Thunderbird Lodge Museum Connects Arts & Crafts Movement With Utopian Community

Thunderbird Lodge Museum Connects Arts & Crafts Movement With Utopian Community

July 29, 2019  |  Art & Design

Joe Brin takes use out to Rose Valley, Pennsylvania where a new house museum puts the Arts and Crafts movement front and center > more

Archaic Expectations: Freeing Female Roles From A Dollhouse In Society Hill

Archaic Expectations: Freeing Female Roles From A Dollhouse In Society Hill

February 1, 2019  |  History

In this essay Mickey Herr examines women's roles and social norms through the history of a dollhouse spanning seven generations > more

House Museum In North Philly Plans Monument For Former Slave

House Museum In North Philly Plans Monument For Former Slave

January 3, 2019  |  History

Stenton, the former plantation house in Logan, prepares to honor Dinah with their new project, Inequality in Bronze. Keshler Thibert has the details > more

Inside Northeast Philly's Temple Of Ryerss

Inside Northeast Philly’s Temple Of Ryerss

September 19, 2017  |  History

Harry K. takes us on a fall field trip to the Ryerss Mansion, an eccentric, little-known house museum in the Great Northeast > more

West Philly Home Still Sings The Praises Of Paul Robeson

West Philly Home Still Sings The Praises Of Paul Robeson

March 25, 2016  |  History

The spirit of actor, scholar, and human rights activist Paul Robeson is kept alive at a modest house museum at 49th and Walnut. Contributor Joe Brin checks in at this hidden gem of a national treasure > more