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ISO 400 Metering Mode Pattern
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Subject Distance 1.89 Keywords Henry Chapman Mercer historic marker scholar sign signage attraction destination display education information landmark marker tourist history Pennsylvania attractive Bucks County Doylestown educating historic markers historical marker Historical Site Historical Sites info Moravian Potter & Tile Works Place of Interest Places of Interest road side Roadside Roadsign tour tourism tourist attraction Tourist Destination Tourist Destinations travel Travel Destination Travel Destinations historic United States appealing no people scholars sightseeing signs historical United States of America attract nobody sightsee daytime destinations displays landmarks markers Jason O. Watson / tourists appeal color image educate outdoor vertical day historical markers PA road sides tourist attractions tours colour image outside day time US day-time USA color images daylight outdoors U.S. verticals colour images natural light outsides U.S.A. historic site sign with text
Caption HENRY CHAPMAN MERCER (1856-1930) Archaeologist, scholar, collector, tile maker. Mercer was born and worked in Doylestown. Between 1908 & 1916, he designed and built three unique concrete structures: Fonthill, his castle-like home; the Moravian Pottery & Tile Works, where he made his distinctive handcrafted products; and the Mercer Museum, site of his vast collection of early Americana. His patented tile mosaics decorate the Pennsylvania State Capitol. Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, 1998