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This is one of a series of photographs of pairs of doors in the Fairmount neighborhood of Philadelphia.

The name "Fairmount" itself derives from the prominent hill on which the Philadelphia Museum of Art now sits, and where William Penn originally intended to build his own manor house. Later, the name was applied to the street originally called Hickory Lane that runs from the foot of Fairmount hill through the heart of the neighborhood.

A great gift for fans of photography, architecture, Philadelphia, or urban street art.

The photograph is professionally and locally printed, glossy and with a white border so no part of the image is cropped out. It will be signed and dated by me on the back!

Shipping costs are estimated and I will refund any overcharge after the item ships. Any item shipping outside of the Philadelphia area will be sent Priority Mail with a tracking number. Philadelphia packages will be sent First Class Mail or hand delivered to some neighborhood addresses when requests are made in advance. International items are sent First Class Mail.

Door Pair Photograph Odd Couple Philadelphia Print Architecture Street Brick Doorways Blue Red Wood

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  • Handmade item
  • Material: color photograph
  • Made to order
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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