Mary Sachs: A tailored legacy of fashion and philanthropy

Mary Sachs: A tailored legacy of fashion and philanthropy

On any given day, hundreds of people walk past 208 N. Third St. in Harrisburg. With its large red canopy extending from the door, this three-story, gray stone building with the name “Mary Sachs” carved into the façade was once home to one of the city’s premiere shopping experiences. This week’s Pennsylvania Treasure, selected by CAP …

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FAQ: Everything you ever wanted to know about Midcentury Modern architecture but were afraid to ask

FAQ: Everything you ever wanted to know about Midcentury Modern architecture but were afraid to ask

Now through midnight June 30, the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission is seeking submissions of photographs that display examples of mid-20th century modernist-style architecture constructed in Pennsylvania between 1930 and 1980. Entries may depict exteriors, interiors, and/or details of roadside architecture, schools, religious buildings, homes, commercial and recreational structures and other modern elements. Photos may have …

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