Saving South Street Through the Lens of Denise Scott Brown – Hidden City Philadelphia

Architect and photographer Denise Scott Brown in 1965. She conducted a photographic study of South Street in the late 1960s amid the Philadelphia Planning Commission’s controversial plans for the Crosstown Expressway. | Image courtesy of Denise Scott Brown
Architect and photographer Denise Scott Brown in 1965. She conducted a photographic study of South Street in the late 1960s amid the Philadelphia Planning Commission’s controversial plans for the Crosstown Expressway. | Image courtesy of Denise Scott Brown

Celebrated architect Denise Scott Brown and writer Jeremy Eric Tenenbaum take us back to the 1960s when an army of neighbors fought city government to save South Street from the Crosstown Expressway

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