Posts Tagged ‘Mount Moriah Cemetery’

A Fine And Public Space: Preservationists Revive Philadelphia's Historic Cemeteries As Vibrant Spaces For The Living

A Fine And Public Space: Preservationists Revive Philadelphia’s Historic Cemeteries As Vibrant Spaces For The Living

May 21, 2019  |  Preservation

New life is blooming at Philadelphia's historic cemeteries. Starr Herr-Cardillo has the story > more

Arson & Archway Raise Awareness Of A 19th Century Architect

Arson & Archway Raise Awareness Of A 19th Century Architect

May 14, 2019  |  Preservation

Pauline Miller takes us on a journey from Old City to Mount Moriah Cemetery where the work of architect Stephen Decatur Button struggles for longevity > more

Prefab Future For Former African-American Cemetery In West Philly

Prefab Future For Former African-American Cemetery In West Philly

January 29, 2018  |  Preservation

Harry K. unearths an old African-American cemetery in West Philadelphia that was owned by a church connected to the Underground Railroad. The land is currently being redeveloped for residential construction > more

Mount Moriah Now Under New Management

Mount Moriah Now Under New Management

September 22, 2014  |  Preservation

Mount Moriah Cemetery Preservation Corporation takes over stewardship of the long-neglected cemetery > more

Stones And Stories At Mount Moriah Cemetery

Stones And Stories At Mount Moriah Cemetery

July 16, 2013  |  Preservation

At Southwest Philly's historic Mount Moriah Cemetery, Mother Nature is reclaiming much of her land, and ownership of the cemetery is complicated and unclear. Dan Papa catches up with the Friends of Mount Moriah, an organization dedicated to preserving and caring for the cemetery, and brings us this photo essay > more