Philadelphia, Pennsylvania : a photographic portrait / photography by Paul Scharff ; narrative by Christine McLaughlin.
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|Knoxville Public Library||974.811 MCL (Text)||30543003732263||Adult Nonfiction||Available||-|
- ISBN: 9781934907351
- ISBN: 1934907359
- Physical Description: 128 pages : color illustrations ; 29 cm
- Publisher: Rockport, Massachusetts : Twin Lights Publishing, 
Take a trip through the birthplace of America, and learn fascinating facts that bring the history and splendor of Philadelphia to life. Whether it's world-class museums, public sculptures, or historic buildings along its cobblestoned streets, you'll find surprises in every page. Philadelphia has it all, making it a best kept secret. The fifth largest city in the nation, it's a centrally located, vibrant metropolis steeped in history, world-class culture, and spectacular beauty. Throughout these pages, photographer Paul Scharff splendidly captures the unforgettable history and modern magnificence that is Philadelphia.
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