CLIVEDEN OF THE NATIONAL TRUST
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Cliveden is one of the most outstanding examples of Georgian domestic architecture of the colonial period. Built in 1763-1767 for Benjamin Chew, Chief Justice of the Province of Pennsylvania, Cliveden was the site of the Battle of Germantown. C. Stanley Runyan was a member of the team charged with surveying and producing measured drawings of the site and house for the Historic American Buildings Survey (HABS).

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RUNYAN & ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS
8511 GERMANTOWN AVENUE PHILADELPHIA PENNSYLVANIA 19118
T 215.242.5722