then and now

by Kenny H August. 28, 2014 2532 views

I posted a few examples of these a while back. I hope to be able to show more of them as I find them. I'm a sucker for all things vintage.

Dwight D. Eisenhower headquarters, 1420 Walnut Street, 1952
(Ike won.)

Holts Cigars, and Ashton's upstairs cigar bar.

Rittenhouse Square, 18th and Walnut, early 1900's.

I took this with my phone yesterday…

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Jacki 5 years ago

I love these!! So sad all the great architectural details disappeared from the "Dwight" building!

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Mikkal Noptek 5 years ago

Great report !!

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Dan Ravasio 5 years ago

wow to #3 Ken... what a change....

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Glo B 5 years ago

love the older shots...it's a shame how modernizing can sometimes take away the beauty of an area....

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Kontheroad - 5 years ago

How interesting ! I like the comparison of now and then like this.
I'm looking foward to seeing more :-)

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Mike Meliska 5 years ago

Love these kind of photo sets.

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Tom Symons 5 years ago

Great job...love the then and now shots...love history so it figures...lol

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Gillian Parsons 5 years ago

Yes I enjoy these to.

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Andrea 5 years ago

These are really cool, great idea. I might give this a go here in Chicago once I get some time.

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Marilyn Grimble 5 years ago

Keep 'em coming - I enjoy anything like this...

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Antonio Gil 5 years ago

The big buildings of older eras are now pygmies. Love the idea.

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