Posts Tagged ‘photo essay’

A Century Of Public Events On The Benjamin Franklin Parkway

A Century Of Public Events On The Benjamin Franklin Parkway

October 23, 2018  |  Photography

The Historical Society of Pennsylvania takes a look at big public shindigs and the making of the Benjamin Franklin Parkway through rarely seen photographs from the Historical Society of Pennsylvania > more

From <em>Click</em> To Clink: A History Of Mug Shots In The Quaker City

From Click To Clink: A History Of Mug Shots In The Quaker City

September 20, 2018  |  History

Harry K. gives us the backstory of Philadelphia's Rogues' Gallery, which has been tracking criminals in photographic form since the 1860s > more

From Gas Masks to Bricklaying Class: Life & Lessons at Bok Technical High School

From Gas Masks to Bricklaying Class: Life & Lessons at Bok Technical High School

August 27, 2018  |  Photography

With the reinvention of the Bok Building well underway, the Historical Society of Pennsylvania give us an exclusive glimpse of school life there in the 1940s > more

A Buzzy New Beginning For Poth Brewing Company

A Buzzy New Beginning For Poth Brewing Company

June 4, 2018  |  Photography

Before renovations begin, Michael Bixler takes us inside the remains of Poth Brewing Company with this photo essay > more

Kensington Workshop Keeps Neighborhood Clocking In

Kensington Workshop Keeps Neighborhood Clocking In

May 16, 2018  |  Photography

Inside a 124-year-old mill in Kensington, World Manufacturing Inc. is buzzing with work orders. Theresa Stigale puts us on the production line with this photo essay > more