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Funeral for a house

Wednesday 19 October 2016

Each year in the city of Philadelphia almost 600 houses are de­mol­ished​—​houses imbued with meaning for the people who lived in them or were otherwise connected to them. Here are two doc­u­ment­ary videos about an attempt to properly mark the de­moli­tion of one of those houses.

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