In the spring of 2017, guest lecturer Greg Prichard captivated a Conservancy audience with his lecture “Finding Beauty in the Ordinary: Rarities from the Lower Merion Township Building and Planning Archives.” Back by popular demand, Mr. Prichard, the Township’s Historic Preservation Planner, returns in April to unveil a trove of newly-discovered architectural treasures from the Township’s archive.
Greg Prichard is a graduate of the Industrial Design program at Carnegie Mellon University, and received a Master's Degree in Historic Preservation Planning from Cornell University. In addition to his work as the Lower Merion Township Historic Preservation Planner, Greg is a board member of the Radnor Historical Society and has an independent business designing interpretive signs for historic sites. The subject of his Master’s thesis was the Pennsylvania Railroad stations of the Main Line between Overbrook and Paoli, which he is currently working on turning into a book.
Wine and cheese reception at 6:30 p.m. followed by the lecture at 7 p.m.
Pictured is a photo of Penn Valley from the archives.
Wolfe Society: Free