The Public Ledger Building

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The Georgian Revival-style building with its gracefully arched ground floor windows and Doric columns was built in 1924 for the Republican-leaning daily newspaper of the same name. Circulation ceased in 1942. Today it's a hodgepodge of office buildings and residential apartments. As it's located in Philadelphia, there are plenty of historical landmarks within walking distance, including the Liberty Bell.

(Submitted by Shirley Beauchemin Thurston)

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Architecture • History