||Taylor, Frank H. (Frank Hamilton), 1846-1927
||The Parkway Fountain
||Sketch of the fountain in Logan Square. Automobiles drive around while a caretaker and child walk along a path. City Hall
can be seen in the background.
||Of the several public spaces provided in the survey of the original city of Philadelphia, Logan Square, has been subject to
the most change. As a feature of the broad plan for linking up the centre of the city with Fairmount Park, it is an impressive
and beautiful forecast of an avenue of great splendor. Where these waters now arise and flowers adorn the borders the great
fair of the Sanitary Commisson was held in the early Summer of 1863.
||Taylor Catalog Number: 288
|Is part of
||Frank H. Taylor Collection
||Taylor - Case 10-7 [2717.F]