Cliveden, 6401 Germantown Avenue, Phialdelphia, PA, circa 1910.
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Credit: Courtesy of The Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Chew Family Papers

Built as a country house by Philadelphia attorney Benjamin Chew, Cliveden was home to seven generations of Chew family members. Ten years after its completion in 1767, it became was at the center of the Battle of Germantown.  Today, Cliveden is a historic house museum open to the public.

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