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Kneedler, Mirick & Zantzinger.
Extent: 0.7 linear feet (3 boxes)
Kneedler, Mirick & Zantzinger was a Philadelphia architectural firm that designed and oversaw the construction of a property, owned by Albert C. Barnes, that was originally known as the Cornman Farm near Rapps Corner in Chester County, Pennsylvania. This collection includes correspondence (with the addition of some associated clippings and business records), which concerns the contracting and execution of the project, as well as architectural drawings from the project.