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South Wall from Arena Floor
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Stage View, from Receiving Area
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Public Entry Foyer
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Access Hallway, Southwest Fire Tower
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Third Floor Ballroom Detail
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Pulley Room
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Upper Level Corridor South Side Looking West
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Public Stairwell, Southwest Corner
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Entry Detail, Western Elevation
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Dome Detail, Grand Hall
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Grand Hall and Entry
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Foyer Detail
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Grand Hall from North Wing
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Light Court, from Second Floor
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Murphy bed, 7th floor North Side
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Cafeteria, 10th Floor, South Side
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Arched Doorway
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Chapel Doorway, North Side, 10th floor
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Benjamin Franklin Parkway
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Cafeteria, Tenth Floor
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First Floor Central Corridor, East Wing
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Stamped Plaster Ceilings
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Board Room East Wing, First Floor
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Service Penthouse Arched Window looking South
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Auditorium Detail, Northeast Corner
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Auditorium Detail, Entry from Lobby Area
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Second Floor and Projection Room Staircase
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Lobby and Concession Area
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Auditorium Detail, South East Corner Balcony
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West End Detail from Stage
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Susquehanna River
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Rockville Bridge
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Terminal Area, View from Mulberry Street
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Feed Mill and Rail Spur
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Bank, North Market Street
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Mainline Looking West
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Mainline Crossing, Juniata River
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Juniata River, Looking West
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Mainline Looking West Toward Altoona
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Eight Street Bridge, Looking East
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View Looking West on Mainline
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Eastbound Distant Signals
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South Fork Branch
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View, South Fork from Abandoned Portage
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Carwash, from Jasper Alley
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View of Franklin from Mainline
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Mainline Crossing, Conemaugh River
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Conemaugh and Black Lick Railroad Yard
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View West from Singer Street
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View East from Greensburg Pike
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Union Railroad Interchange, and Monongahela River
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Rankin Bridge from Talbot Ave
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West Bound Freight and Carrie Furnace Number 7
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Ohio River Connecting Bridge
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View of Franklin and Former Woodvale Yard   (retail value $500)

Michael Froio

Mike Froio (Williamstown, NJ) is a highly-skilled large format photographer, who produces crystalline carbon pigment prints. Froio’s interest lies in documenting our regional social and economic histories through the documentation of the remnants of objects of former significance fallen into disrepair. These including blighted pieces of once glorious urban architecture and the tracks and small towns along Pennsylvania's Main Line Railroad, once a central artery of commerce and population magnet.

Froio received a BFA from Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA where he currently teaches. Selected exhibitions include Perkins Center for the Arts, Moorestown, NJ and the Woodmere Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA where his work is part of the museum’s permanent collection. 





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