Category:Old Federal Reserve Bank Building (Philadelphia)
The Old Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia building at 925 Chestnut Street at S. 10th Streets in the Market East neighborhood of Center City, Philadelphia was built in 1931-35 and was designed by Paul Philippe Cret in the Neoclassical style influenced by Beaux-Arts. It features sculptures by Alfred Boitteau. A formal garden, designed by Cret, was added in 1941, and a recessed s7th story was added by Harbeson, Hough, Livingston and Larson, Cret's suscessor firm, in 1952-53. The building is now part of the Jefferson University Hospital's Center City campus. The building was added to the National Register of Historic Places on June 28, 1979.
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Media in category "Old Federal Reserve Bank Building (Philadelphia)"
The following 10 files are in this category, out of 10 total.
- Old Federal Reserve Bank at 19 S. 10th Street.jpg 2,448 × 3,264; 1.67 MB
- Old Federal Reserve Bank Building.jpg 3,052 × 2,448; 1.32 MB
- Old Federal Reserve Building east sculpture.jpg 2,317 × 1,914; 934 KB
- Old Federal Reserve Building west sculpture.jpg 2,409 × 1,857; 710 KB
- Old Philly Fed.JPG 2,834 × 3,779; 3.11 MB