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Topic: mattis streets

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Stafford's Tavern, Spruce & Mattis Streets, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Stafford's Tavern, Spruce & Mattis Streets, Philadelphia, Philadelphia...

Significance: This 2 1/2 story half gambrel house, with plaster cove cornice, is of a type nearly vanished. It was built in 1759 and owned, among others, by Blaithwaite Jones, Mariner (1767), John Wood Jr., wel... more

Stafford's Tavern, Spruce & Mattis Streets, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Stafford's Tavern, Spruce & Mattis Streets, Philadelphia, Philadelphia...

Significance: This 2 1/2 story half gambrel house, with plaster cove cornice, is of a type nearly vanished. It was built in 1759 and owned, among others, by Blaithwaite Jones, Mariner (1767), John Wood Jr., wel... more

Stafford's Tavern, Spruce & Mattis Streets, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Stafford's Tavern, Spruce & Mattis Streets, Philadelphia, Philadelphia...

Significance: This 2 1/2 story half gambrel house, with plaster cove cornice, is of a type nearly vanished. It was built in 1759 and owned, among others, by Blaithwaite Jones, Mariner (1767), John Wood Jr., wel... more

Stafford's Tavern, Spruce & Mattis Streets, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Stafford's Tavern, Spruce & Mattis Streets, Philadelphia, Philadelphia...

Significance: This 2 1/2 story half gambrel house, with plaster cove cornice, is of a type nearly vanished. It was built in 1759 and owned, among others, by Blaithwaite Jones, Mariner (1767), John Wood Jr., wel... more

Stafford's Tavern, Spruce & Mattis Streets, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Stafford's Tavern, Spruce & Mattis Streets, Philadelphia, Philadelphia...

Significance: This 2 1/2 story half gambrel house, with plaster cove cornice, is of a type nearly vanished. It was built in 1759 and owned, among others, by Blaithwaite Jones, Mariner (1767), John Wood Jr., wel... more

Stafford's Tavern, Spruce & Mattis Streets, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Stafford's Tavern, Spruce & Mattis Streets, Philadelphia, Philadelphia...

Significance: This 2 1/2 story half gambrel house, with plaster cove cornice, is of a type nearly vanished. It was built in 1759 and owned, among others, by Blaithwaite Jones, Mariner (1767), John Wood Jr., wel... more

Stafford's Tavern, Spruce & Mattis Streets, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Stafford's Tavern, Spruce & Mattis Streets, Philadelphia, Philadelphia...

Significance: This 2 1/2 story half gambrel house, with plaster cove cornice, is of a type nearly vanished. It was built in 1759 and owned, among others, by Blaithwaite Jones, Mariner (1767), John Wood Jr., wel... more

Stafford's Tavern, Spruce & Mattis Streets, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Stafford's Tavern, Spruce & Mattis Streets, Philadelphia, Philadelphia...

Significance: This 2 1/2 story half gambrel house, with plaster cove cornice, is of a type nearly vanished. It was built in 1759 and owned, among others, by Blaithwaite Jones, Mariner (1767), John Wood Jr., wel... more

Stafford's Tavern, Spruce & Mattis Streets, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Stafford's Tavern, Spruce & Mattis Streets, Philadelphia, Philadelphia...

Significance: This 2 1/2 story half gambrel house, with plaster cove cornice, is of a type nearly vanished. It was built in 1759 and owned, among others, by Blaithwaite Jones, Mariner (1767), John Wood Jr., wel... more

Stafford's Tavern, Spruce & Mattis Streets, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Stafford's Tavern, Spruce & Mattis Streets, Philadelphia, Philadelphia...

Significance: This 2 1/2 story half gambrel house, with plaster cove cornice, is of a type nearly vanished. It was built in 1759 and owned, among others, by Blaithwaite Jones, Mariner (1767), John Wood Jr., wel... more

Stafford's Tavern, Spruce & Mattis Streets, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Stafford's Tavern, Spruce & Mattis Streets, Philadelphia, Philadelphia...

Significance: This 2 1/2 story half gambrel house, with plaster cove cornice, is of a type nearly vanished. It was built in 1759 and owned, among others, by Blaithwaite Jones, Mariner (1767), John Wood Jr., wel... more

Stafford's Tavern, Spruce & Mattis Streets, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Stafford's Tavern, Spruce & Mattis Streets, Philadelphia, Philadelphia...

Significance: This 2 1/2 story half gambrel house, with plaster cove cornice, is of a type nearly vanished. It was built in 1759 and owned, among others, by Blaithwaite Jones, Mariner (1767), John Wood Jr., wel... more

Stafford's Tavern, Spruce & Mattis Streets, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Stafford's Tavern, Spruce & Mattis Streets, Philadelphia, Philadelphia...

Significance: This 2 1/2 story half gambrel house, with plaster cove cornice, is of a type nearly vanished. It was built in 1759 and owned, among others, by Blaithwaite Jones, Mariner (1767), John Wood Jr., wel... more

Paschall House, Spruce & Mattis Streets, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Paschall House, Spruce & Mattis Streets, Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co...

Significance: This row house-with Stafford's Tavern next door-was built about 1760 and transferred from Michael Sisk, plasterer, to Benjamin Paschall, cordwainer, when new the half gambrel roof, shed dormer and... more

Paschall House, Spruce & Mattis Streets, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Paschall House, Spruce & Mattis Streets, Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co...

Significance: This row house-with Stafford's Tavern next door-was built about 1760 and transferred from Michael Sisk, plasterer, to Benjamin Paschall, cordwainer, when new the half gambrel roof, shed dormer and... more

Paschall House, Spruce & Mattis Streets, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Paschall House, Spruce & Mattis Streets, Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co...

Significance: This row house-with Stafford's Tavern next door-was built about 1760 and transferred from Michael Sisk, plasterer, to Benjamin Paschall, cordwainer, when new the half gambrel roof, shed dormer and... more

Paschall House, Spruce & Mattis Streets, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Paschall House, Spruce & Mattis Streets, Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co...

Significance: This row house-with Stafford's Tavern next door-was built about 1760 and transferred from Michael Sisk, plasterer, to Benjamin Paschall, cordwainer, when new the half gambrel roof, shed dormer and... more

Paschall House, Spruce & Mattis Streets, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Paschall House, Spruce & Mattis Streets, Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co...

Significance: This row house-with Stafford's Tavern next door-was built about 1760 and transferred from Michael Sisk, plasterer, to Benjamin Paschall, cordwainer, when new the half gambrel roof, shed dormer and... more

Paschall House, Spruce & Mattis Streets, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Paschall House, Spruce & Mattis Streets, Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co...

Significance: This row house-with Stafford's Tavern next door-was built about 1760 and transferred from Michael Sisk, plasterer, to Benjamin Paschall, cordwainer, when new the half gambrel roof, shed dormer and... more