Corner of room looking towards fireplace with seated model in period costume. Room from the second floor of the residence of Samuel Powel (1738-1793), 244 South Third Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Furnished as a parlor with furniture made in Philadelphia in the Rococo Style. Chinese wallpaper is of the period but not original to the room. Townhouse built for Charles Stedman (1713-1784), sold to Samuel Powell (1738-1793) on August 2, 1769.

Room from the Powel House, Philadelphia

Date: 1765–66, remodeled 1769–71
Geography: Mid-Atlantic, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Culture: American
Medium: Wood and plaster
Dimensions: Dimensions unavailable
Classification: Architecture
Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1918
Accession Number: 18.87.1–.4

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