Rittenhouse area Note cards

A fashionable residential district, it includes Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia's favorite park, and also Fitler Square.

The original oil on canvas is scanned by the Athenæum of Philadelphia on a sophisticated high-resolution digital scanner with a raking light to capture surface details.  Printed on high quality stock, the front and back are glossy and the inside is matte, which enables smear-free, easy writing.  These vibrant note cards are blank inside and available individually or boxed in sets of 10.  All cards are 4¼” x 5¾”.

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St. Mark's, Locust Street Note card

This outstanding Episcopal Church is one of the finest examples of the Decorated Gothic style in America.

Starting at $3.10

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Sundial on Rittenhouse Square Note card

Rittenhouse Square is Philadelphia's most popular park and was named one of the top public places in North America.

Starting at $3.10


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