What do Frank Furness, the Battle of Brandywine and the Baldwin School have in common?
All three have historical markers from the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission. And the PHMC is now taking nomination for new markers.Individuals, public agencies and private organizations have until Dec. 1 to nominate people, places or events that have state or national historical significance. The marker program began in 1914 and is most commonly identified with those blue and hold plaques scene around the state.
Choose your nominations wisely, because applicants take on the cost of the fabrication and installation, which runs between $1,400 and $1,900.