Posts Tagged ‘University of Pennsylvania’

The Making & Breaking Of The Philadelphia Commercial Museum

The Making & Breaking Of The Philadelphia Commercial Museum

November 14, 2018  |  Vantage

Edward Duffy takes us back when industry, commerce, and foreign trade flooded the halls of the Philadelphia Commercial Museum, the first institution of its kind in the United States > more

Fisher Fine Arts Library Gives <em>Hidden City Daily</em> Eternal Life

Fisher Fine Arts Library Gives Hidden City Daily Eternal Life

August 21, 2018  |  News

Long live Hidden City Daily! We are honored and thrilled to announce that our website was chosen for inclusion in the Fisher Fine Arts Library Web Archive at Penn. Michael Bixler has the details > more

King of The Rats: How One Female Scientist Colonized The Modern Lab

King of The Rats: How One Female Scientist Colonized The Modern Lab

July 16, 2018  |  Vantage

Mickey Herr takes a look at the Wistar Rat, a true Philly original, and the groundbreaking female biologist that helped standardize science > more

The Origins of Morris Arboretum & The Mansion From Which It Bloomed

The Origins of Morris Arboretum & The Mansion From Which It Bloomed

June 26, 2018  |  Vantage

Joyce Munro walks us through the gardens of Lydia Morris in Chestnut Hill where her Victorian summer home, Compton, once turned critics cold with its flamboyant style > more

The Rise & Ruckus Over Bio Pond, Penn's Hidden Urban Oasis

The Rise & Ruckus Over Bio Pond, Penn’s Hidden Urban Oasis

April 2, 2018  |  Harry K's Encyclopedia

Harry K. has the backstory on the beginnings of the Bio Pond research garden at Penn and the brouhaha in the 1990s over saving the little slice of tranquility. > more