Please join the King of Prussia Historical Society on Saturday, April 8th at 2:00 pm when we take a look at the changing demographics of Upper Merion. “Upper Merion’s Ethnic Heritage,” presented by Marianne Hooper Furman, will examine how we grew from 32 families in 1732 to a bustling “edge city” of almost 30,000 today. We all grew up hearing
The following is a reprint of a special article to The Courier by Ed Dybicz. Henderson Station is now a busy area of Upper Merion KING OF PRUSSIA- Only a few houses remain in the old village of Henderson Station, around Church and Henderson Roads, but today, this area is a thriving commercial center. When the Pennsylvania Railroad constructed its
From a Staff Correspondent of the Philadelphia Inquirer, Sunday, March 17, 1907 HUNTERS’ FINAL MEET OF SEASON – Gave Breakfast to Farmers at King of Prussia Before Chasing Reynard Over Spring Ground KING OF PRUSSIA, PA, March 16 – Superb weather and fresh, springy ground contrived to make the final fox hunt of the season at King of Prussia today
The King of Prussia Historical Society looks forward to partnering with the township’s new Historical Commission in addressing the important and time sensitive issue to recognize and preserve the historic homes and sites that we still have. This letter was mailed to the UM Township board of supervisors.