Furness Finale: A Tribute After 100 Years

Wednesday, June 27, 2012
Dolobran (Courtesy Lower Merion Historical Society)

Dolobran, 1881 (Courtesy Lower Merion Historical Society)

The Friends of Frank Furness Facebook page is lit with tributes to the Philadelphia architect who died 100 years ago today. Furness diehards made the trek to his grave last Sunday. The remains of the civil war veteran and architect were lost until a group seeking to pay tribute to Medal of Honor recipients got in touch with Laurel Hill Cemetery to find him fifteen years ago. A modest military headstone marks the final resting place, but far more impressive monuments, in the form of his masterworks, dot the streetscape of Center City, Philadelphia. Read More

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