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Joseph Fox Bookshop
1724 Sansom St
"I must say this bookshop is one of the best I ever been to! Unique, rare selection of books!"
709 S 4th St
"Simply lovely little store. A bit on the pricey side but they have books you don't see anywhere else. Clean, well-kept, and free of the used bookstore syndrome (wandering cats and NPR)."
Garland of Letters Book Store
527 South St (btwn 5th & 6th)
"Cute bookstore jam-packed with spiritual books, crystals and more. Could spend hours there."
on Walnut St (btwn 18th & 19th St)
"Absolutely stunning area with little gardens, fountains, and often several street musicians as well. great place to walk around, bring kids, or take a lunch break!"
1801 Walnut St (at 18th St)
"Though Anthropologie can be found in cities across the country, this particular location is a gem! 3 floors of curated clothing, sailor striped shirts with sass, gorgeous wool coats - we love."
Apple Walnut Street
1607 Walnut Street (btwn 16th & 17th St)
"If you're buying an iPhone as a gift, be aware to use the upgrade price it WILL deactivate the persons line immediately."
Dead Sea Scrolls: Life and Faith in Ancient Times
Created by The Franklin Institute14 items • 15 followers
AT&T Wi-Fi Hot Spots - Barnes and Noble #3
Created by AT&T156 items • 135 followers
Created by Alex Spencer126 items • 5 followers
Barnes & Noble 1700 N Broad St (at Cecil B Moore Ave)
University of the Sciences Bookstore 4140 Woodland Ave (The Penn Bookstore)
Barnes & Noble (McAllister Building)
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