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The Magazine: Exploring the archives of Philadelphia Episcopal parishes

The Magazine: Exploring the archives of Philadelphia Episcopal parishes

Philadelphia Studies is a website dedicated to highlighting hidden treasures from the archives of Philadelphia are Episcopal Churches.  The site is curated by Michael Krasulski, a librarian and professor at the University of the Sciences and a congregant at Church of St. Luke and The Epiphany.

We’ve picked a couple of our favorite images, including a photo of a memorial service for Winston Churchill.  If you love old photos, bulletins, and newsletter this site will be a real treat for you!

 

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