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Three windows, two heads and a lamppost along an Old City Philadelphia (Pennsylvania) street
At the corner of 6th and Walnut Streets, stands the office building belonging to the Penn Mutual Insurance Company. In 1913, Edgar Seeler, architect of the Curtis Center, also designed this structure. The facade of John Haviland’s 1838 Egyptian Revival design for the Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Co. was retained intact and serves as a faux facade for the skyscraper.
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