Fairmount Park, and other poems with historical notes

by Albert J. Edmunds

Publisher: M. Brix and A. J. Edmunds in Philadelphia

Written in English
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  • Fairmount Park (Philadelphia, Pa.)
  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPS1568.E6 F3 1906
    The Physical Object
    Pagination51, [1] p.
    Number of Pages51
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24239773M
    LC Control Number06028256

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The cafe was newly opened and the electricity had been turned on. An electric fountain had been built in the lake. Fairmount Park featured the finest boats and the best band in town. The last weekend of the season featured Alphonse King, "who could walk on water". So ended the first year of Fairmount Park.

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Edmunds. hundreds of poems and publishing a book of poetry in Fairmount Park and Other Poems. Edmunds died in This collection contains the papers and published works Edmunds collected throughout his life.

The papers include correspondence, invitations, Fairmount Park greeting cards. There is a series of his religious and general writings, as well as his. The Fairmount Park Historic Resource Archives documents the historic resources of Fairmount Park, a division of the Philadelphia Parks and Recreation (PPR) Department.

The Parks and Recreation Department was established in through the merger of two city agencies: the Fairmount Park Commission, which was created in to oversee the city's parks, and the Department of.

Take a tour of the historic houses in Fairmount Park in Philadelphia, PA. These eighteenth and early nineteenth century houses represent the best of living for their times.

Get details. Attend an intriguing historical event. Or book your own event such as a wedding, reception, party, meeting or seminar. The Online Books Page. Online Books by. Albert J. Edmunds. (Edmunds, Albert J. (Albert Joseph), ) Books from the extended shelves: Edmunds, Albert J.

(Albert Joseph), The Armenian version of Mark: a sonnet. Together with Fairmount park and other poems. HISTORICAL MARKERS. The Texas marker program is one of the most visible programs of the Texas Historical Commission (THC). Markers commemorate many topics in Texas history including the architecture of houses, commercial and public buildings, religious congregations, military sites and individuals who have made lasting contributions to the state, community organizations and businesses.

Within the grounds of Fairmount Park, six historic homes act as time capsules from the 18th and 19th century: Cedar Grove, Laurel Hill, Lemon Hill, Historic Strawberry Mansion, Mount Pleasant, and Woodford.

Affectionately known as the "Charms of Fairmount Park," or "Park Charms," the Historic Houses served as summer villas for prominent Philadelphians around the time of the American. Fairmount Park Historic Resource Archive One Parkway Arch Street, 10th Floor Philadelphia, PA (fax) [email protected] Hours: Mon-Fri., Specific Contacts Theresa Stuhlman, Historic Preservation Officer.

Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, vol, issue 4, October Articles. Simon Gratz. Book Review: English Notes: A Rare and Unknown Work, Being a Reply to Charles Dickens's "American Notes. ", by Lewis Thompson. Together with Fairmount Park and Other Poems, by Albert J.

Edmunds. PDF There are also files about special exhibitions and many of the sculptures, historic sites, and artists represented in Fairmount Park, and other items. The collection’s arrangement was established either before or shortly after it was deposited with the Historical Society of Pennsylvania in   Fairmount Park acquired 45 acres of Rittenhouse Town land in the s so the mill and other industrial buildings could be demolished, in an attempt to keep Schuylkill River water clean for.

Fairmount Park is the largest municipal park in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and the historic name for a group of parks located throughout the city. Fairmount Park consists of two park sections named East Park and West Park, divided by the Schuylkill River, with the two sections together totalling 2, acres ( ha).

Management of Fairmount Park and the entire citywide park system is overseen. Search result for edmunds-albert-joseph Buddhist Texts Quoted as Scripture by the Gospel of John(), Studies in the Christian Religion(), Hymns of the Faith (Dhammapada) Being an Ancient Anthology Preserved in the Short Collection of the Sacred Scriptures of the Buddhists(), Hymns of the Faith (Dhammapada)(), Buddhist Texts.

Title Papers, Fairmount Park Property (ca. ) Park Solicitor, Files () Fairmount Park, Wissahickon Valley, Plans and Descriptions () Fort Washington Extension of Fairmount Park () Ordinances and Acts of Assembly Relating to Fairmount Park (, ).

The "Mount" for which the park was named is the rise on which the museum stands. Fairmount Park was the site of the Centennial Exposition ofand several buildings from that earlier fair still stand, notably Memorial Hall. In addition to these scholarly pursuits, he was also a prolific poet, writing hundreds of poems and publishing a book of poetry in Fairmount Park and Other Poems.

Edmunds died in From the description of Albert J. Edmunds papers,bulk The Fairmount Park Conservancy works as a collaborative partner to lead and support efforts which preserve and improve the Fairmount Park System.

Find the perfect fairmount park stock photo. Huge collection, amazing choice, + million high quality, affordable RF and RM images. No need to register, buy now. RittenhouseTown. Visit Philadelphia. Within Fairmount Park, less-elaborate houses connected with the region’s early manufacturing also existed.

Historic RittenhouseTown, established as a paper mill in the s, included a number of vernacular structures, representing both the industrial and domestic history in the park. Overturning as many corners of the park as she could, she carried with her a circas map of the park, a Bicentennial era interpretation with insets of CAD-generated Fairmount Park historic houses and other park features.

When she left to return home to Charleston, South Carolina, she purged a number of things, including this map. Similar Items. David J. Kennedy watercolors collection - Author: Kennedy, David Johnson ; Magee's illustrated guide of Philadelphia and the Centennial Exhibition: a guide and description to all places of interest in or about Philadelphia, to the Centennial grounds and buildings, and Fairmount Park Published: ().

This list contains all of the extant historic houses located in Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, of the houses are referred to as mansions due to their size and use as the summer country estates of Philadelphia's affluent citizens in the 18th and 19th that period, the city's only developed areas were located several miles away to the southeast along the Delaware.

Philadelphia police are searching for three young vandals accused of damaging the historic Ormiston Mansion in Fairmount Park. Philly family keeps Memorial Day tradition going after 45 years.

Thomas guided us through the “hidden” Belmont Plateau Trails and landmarks like the Belmont Plateau Cross Country Trail, the historic Fairmount Park trolley bed, and historic mansions including Chamounix and Lilacs House. We walked away (pun intended) with the little-known history of Philadelphia.

For example, Philadelphia had an agreement.The Fairmount Park System is made up of 62 different areas throughout the City of Brotherly Love. The largest concentration of parkland is located on both sides of the Schuylkill River - from the Philadelphia Art Museum in the south, beyond the boat houses on the east side and Kelly Drive, over to the Philadelphia Zoo in West Fairmount Park and extending as far as City Line Avenue in the north.