Historical Images of Philadelphia
Dundas-Lippincott Mansion, Broad and Walnut Streets
Dundas-Lippincott Mansion, northeast corner of Broad and Walnut Streets
Historic Street Address:
- Broad and Walnut Streets
- Washington Square West
- Reprinted in: Old Philadelphia in early photographs, 1839-1914/edited by Robert F. Looney. New York: Dover Publications, c1976.
- "Once a spacious residential property, the northeast corner of Broad and Walnut Streets is now one of the busiest intersections in the city and the site of Fidelity Bank. The Dundas-Lippincott, or 'Yellow,' Mansion was built in 1839 by James Dundas, a banker. It was bequeathed to Mrs. Joshua Lippincott in 1865, and remained standing until 1903."--OPEP, p. 175.
- The intersection with man standing next to a street lamp. Mansion with columned entrance and fence surrounding property. To its right and in background are large trees. One man is crossing the street; horse-drawn carriages and streetcar tracks on Walnut Street.
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