NARM Quarterly Spring 2019 - Page 12

New Members

Philadelphia Society for the Preservation of Landmarks

Historic Waynesborough

Paoli, Pennsylvania

610-647-1779

philalandmarks.org/historic-waynesborough-

The Philadelphia Society for the Preservation of Landmarks is an 87 year old non-profit that is dedicated to maintaining and preserving its four historic house museums.

Built in 1724, Historic Waynesborough was home to “Mad” Anthony Wayne, famous general of the Revolutionary War.

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

215-627-0364

philalandmarks.org/powel-house

The Philadelphia Society for the Preservation of Landmarks is an 87 year old non-profit that is dedicated to maintaining and preserving its four historic house museums.

The Powel House, built in 1765, was home to Samuel Powel who was the last mayor of colonial Philadelphia and first mayor of the city after the revolutionary war and his wife, Elizabeth Powel, confidant of General Washington.

Philadelphia Society for the Preservation of Landmarks

Powel House

Cuero Heritage Museum

Cuero, Texas

361-485-8090

cueroheritagemuseum.org

The Cuero Heritage Museum, located in the Cuero Federal Building, was the former Post Office built in 1915. The Museum offers many wonders and is dedicated to celebrating the people of Cuero and their unique heritage. Visit the permanent and rotating exhibits to visually explore the history of this quaint, yet fascinating town. Permanent exhibits include

the Turkey Trot, Gobbler Football, WWII in Cuero, Coca Cola, world-renowned artist Martha Sawyers, and nearly 2,600 juice reamers!