Albert Burnley Weaver (American, 1898–1963) was an enterprising artist, publisher, and advertiser in the twentieth century. He founded Gollifox Press in Philadelphia’s Chestnut Hill, where he was inspired to produce The New Philadelphia, a graphic series of the city's most iconic architecture. This print features the Museum's Perelman Building. These prints are digitally reproduced on high-quality textured paper and include a mailing envelope to share with a friend.
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