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    Allentown Art Museum Allentown Art Museum Allentown, Pennsylvania
    The Allentown Art Museum in Allentown, Pennsylvania began in 1934 by a group that had been organized by the well known state impressionist painter, Walter Emerson Baum, with an outstanding collection of more than 13,000 artworks. It has grown into a prominent regional art facility with an excellent library and archives of over 16,000 titles and 40 current periodicals. The museum would open in 1934 at the city's Hunsicker School with 70 paintings showcasing the works of local state impressionists and get some major attention from the regional and local art communities. In the depression years, Baum would continue to enlarge and improve the collections with the help of the Public Works of Art Project, as well as gifts and acquisitions. The city would donate a permanent home for the museum in a Federal style house located in the Rose Garden area of Cedar Park in the city in 1936, and local artist John E. Berninger would become its first curator; with John and his wife living on the second floor of the structure. The museum would get a boost in 1959 when it would receive a gift of 53 renaissance and baroque paintings and sculptures from Samuel H. Kress, that would stimulate visionaries and friends to buy and remodel another building that had been the home of the First Presbyterian Church which had been constructed in 1902. An Edgar Tafel designed addition would be added to the building, in 1975, so that the museum's programs and collecting plans would be enhanced. During the year, the museum would add a room designed by Frank Lloyd Wright that would increase its permanent collection spaces; which would be a library from the second Francis Little House, while another room from that house would be donated to the Met Museum of Art in New York City. The current collection contains a majority of European paintings, with a big collection of textiles and works on paper that were donated during the 1970s, and in 1978, the museum would acquire the Gilbert Stuart portrait of Ann Penn Allen, the granddaughter of William Allen, the founder of the city, and set a standard for the qualitive elements of their collections. Some of the more significant works includes those of the following artists and their locations; in European art are the Game Stall at Market created by the studio of Frans Snyders in the mid 17th century; Saint Jerom Penitent by Lorenzo Lotto painted in 1515; Portrait of Henrica Ploost van Amstel by Paulus Moreelse from 1625 and the Central panel on an Altarpiece, Mystic Marriage of Saint Catherine by Giovanni del Biondo from 1379. American works come from Ann Penn Allen by Gilbert Stuart from 1795, Floriform Vase from Tiffany Studios in 1905 and Niagara Falls by Gustav Johann Grunewald created in 1834. Textiles include a bed curtain from Palampore, India made on the Coromandel Coast in 1775 and a table cover made by Margaret Oothout in 1764, and prints and drawings that includes Diogenes after Parmigiano by Ugo da Carpi made after 1525, an untitled work by Keith Haring from 1982 and Il Perdono (Visions of Saint Francis of Assisi) by Frederico Barocci in 1581.

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    Da Vinci Science CenterDa Vinci Science Center Allentown, Pennsylvania
    The Da Vinci Science Center would start out as a collaboration, in 1989, between the Junior League of the Lehigh Valley, Lehigh University and the Bethlehem Junior Woman's Club that had concentrated on the hosting of a joint venture called the Jason Project, which included NASA, the National Geographics Society and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association (NOAA) which makes inquiry-based science programs that is based on underwater explorations. In 1992, the Science Model Area Resource Team Center, SMART, is started and run by the Lehigh University College of Education, and in 1995, the SMART Discovery Center would incorporated as a member of Lehigh University, and besides hosting the Jason Project, would begin offering hands-on science activities for young people and their families on the southern edge of Bethlehem, Pa. In 1997, the center would be called the Discovery Center of Science & Technology, opening a pubic exhibit floor in a former Bethlehem Steel office building. In 1999, the center would become its own entity and a nonprofit, with the university donating the building that they were located in. Current exhibits include; What's Alive, What Hurts, What on Earth, Bug-in Out Experience, What's the Matter, Let's Get Down to Nano, What Works, Watts Up, Gyrosphere, the Little Learners Lab, Wind Turbine, the Fossil Wall and the Curiosity Shop.

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    Pistachio Bar & Grill
    Entrees; Portuguese style oven baked fresh Atlantic cod w/ chorizo sausage, anchovy, onion, tomatoes, capers, kalamata olives, green & red bell pepper, garlic, white wine, bread crumbs, roasted herb potatoes; sautéed fillet of salmon with black sesame seed coat is w/ wasabi cream, horseradish mashed potatoes, wilted spinach; simple fire grilled salmon w/ grilled radicchio, roasted new potatoes, wilted spinach, wild mushroom fricassee; tilapia Milanese w/ veggie risotto; sesame seared rare ahi tuna w/ stir fry veggies, pickled ginger, ponzu sauce, wasabi mashed potatoes; sautéed lump crabcake dinner w/ 1 or 2 lump crabcakes, red beets & horseradish remoulade, FF; PEI mussels w/ white wine, herbs, bacon, tomatoes, shallots, garlic, grilled peasant bread, aioli; shrimp scampi pistachio style w/ roasted garlic, tomatoes, white wine lemon garlic sauce, spinach or angel hair pasta; fisherman's wharf cioppino w/ clams, mussels, shrimp, calamari, scallops, capellini, tomato saffron seafood sauce, balsamic vinegar; jumbo shrimp, sea scallops & pork scaloppini w/ brandy cream sauce, mushroom ragout, artichokes; filet mignon is center cut 8oz. filet mignon, creamy mashed potatoes, steamed asparagus; Portuguese pork & clams is stew of garlic, onion, bell pepper, bay leaf, tomato, tomato puree, chorizo, pancetta, pork cubes, roasted potato, white wine, chicken stock, clams, fire roasted served w/ side salad; fire roasted Amish herbed chicken is roasted half chicken, mashed potatoes, green beans, natural gravy; boneless chicken breasts w/ capers & lemon, white wine reduction, mushroom polenta, sautéed green beans; chicken breast Oscar is panko chicken breast, asparagus, lump crab, hollandaise, mushroom polenta; brick oven roasted Amish chicken & FF with natural chicken gravy & FF.

    Grill 3501
    Entrees; filet mignon w/ herbed mashed potatoes, red onion-portobello confit, asparagus, merlot sauce; boneless beef short rib w/ scallion potato cake, spinach, pomegranate jus; Maine lobster tails w/ cannellini beans, fingerling potatoes, endive, truffles, brown butter sauce; diver sea scallops w/ wild mushroom risotto, leeks, parsnips, celery, chive emulsion; Asian rack of lamb w/ sweet onion-potato puree, spinach, dijon-hoisin sauce; veal rib chop w/ roasted Yukon potatoes, fennel & onions, herb butter, red wine reduction; roasted local free range chicken w/ roasted parsnips & carrots, Yukon potatoes, chicken jus; salmon filet w/ soba noodles, baby bok choy, ginger-garlic-soy vinaigrette; pork tenderloin w/ applewood bacon, barley, asparagus, balsamic onions, red wine reduction; sesame rare tuna w/ lentil fried rice, baby bok choy, miso-yuzu syrup; Chilean sea bass w/ black rice, chorizo, tempura green beans, lobster emulsion; duck breast w/ maple sweet potato puree, braised bok choy, duck spring roll, duck glace.


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    Museum of Indian Culture Museum of Indian Culture Allentown, Pennsylvania
    The Museum of Indian Culture began in 1980, dedicated to the history of the Lenape and other northeastern woodland Indian cultures and is situated in Allentown, Pennsylvania. It was started by Dorothy Schiavone and her daughter, Carla Messinger, since Dorothy was of Welsh and Lenni Lenape descent, while Carla's father was of Lenni Lenape and German descent. Dorothy would be awarded a Community Spirit award from the Morning Call for her outstanding work, and in 1990, she would become a winner of the Governor's Pennsylvania Heritage Award in the Conservation of Cultural Heritage Resources category. The museum is housed in a historic Pennsylvania German stone farm house and two story stone spring house that was constructed by the Bieber family in 1750. The museum has grown into an outstanding educational resource center for folks of all ages and interests that want to learn about the Lenape or Delaware tribes and other northeastern woodland Indian cultures. The museum houses a magnificent inter-tribal room that showcases a number of Indian artistic works that include basketry, beadwork and leatherwork. The Lenni Lenape of Pennsylvania would have excellent dealing with William Penn when he arrived in the region, but like many of the American tribes, when the white man became more prevalent than the animals, the Indians would migrate to other parts of the nation, living in all parts of the United States and Canada. The museum offers many exciting and interesting programs about the Indian cultures, along with programs that include, gardening, family life, clothing, hunting and much more that is sure to bring you back for more knowledge about their ways and traditions that have remained the same regardless of what has happened in this nation that had been theirs and now they have learned to share, as we must all do, since this precious earth is not ours, but ours to share and enjoy, for all.

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    Lehigh County Historical SocietyLehigh County Historical Society Allentown, Pennsylvania
    The Lehigh County Historical Society began in 1904, and is dedicated to the preservation, collection and presentation of the history of the county in Allentown, Pennsylvania. The society is located in the Lehigh Valley Heritage Museum that is a state-of-the-art 30,000 square foot facility that houses four galleries and over 10,000 square feet of exhibition space, with recent exhibits focusing on the Civil War and the Pennsylvania Germans. It also contains a large collection of local and regional historical materials with over 35,000 relics in this excellent collection. Their library, the Scott Andrew Trexerl II Research library and archive contains over 70,000 vintage photos and almost three million historical documents. There are over 800 volumes of church and cemetery records for Lehigh and their neighboring counties, census records, published histories, early county records that include tax rolls, land deeds and wills; indexed marriage records and announcements, city directories from 1860 and onward, maps and 800 volumes of family genealogical histories. The society administers numerous historical sites in the area and these include; the Troxell-Steckel farm, Claussville one-room schoolhouse, Trout Hall, Haines Mill Museum, the Saylor Cement Industry Museum and the Lockridge Furnace Museum. The school house is the last one room in Lehigh county, while the Haines Mill Museum is located in a working grist mill, and the Lockridge museum is situated in a 19th century ironworks mill that is now dedicated to the anthracite iron industry. The Saylor museum contains cement kilns that were constructed by David O. Saylor, the father of the American Portland cement industry. Trout Hall is a colonial stone mansion that had been the home of James Allen, the son of Allentown's founder, William Allen, and the Troxell-Steckel farm is a Pennsylvania German stone farmhouse that is one of the county's oldest buildings.

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    Haines Mill MuseumHaines Mill Museum Allentown, Pennsylvania
    The Haines Mill Museum sits beside Cedar Creek, in Allentown, Pennsylvania, and was originally bought by John George Knauss in 1759 from his father-in-law, Joseph Bishop, who had acquired the land from William Penn's sons, Thomas and Richard in 1738. The original mill would be constructed in 1760, with the Knauss family running it until 1853, when Solomon Lichenwalner would take it over, and then sell it to Jacob Haines in 1906. A fire would destroy everything but the walls in 1909, and it would be rebuilt, until 1952, when the Haines family sold it, although it would only operate until 1956 and then close. The county commissioners would purchase it in 1972, and restore it as a working grist mill museum. Visitors are able to enjoy watching the water turbine and rolling equipment operated by water power that is supplied from a mill race in exactly the same way that it had been doing since the mid 18th century. The museum hosts concerts, festivals, outstanding educational programs for folks of all ages and permanent exhibits.

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    Liberty Bell Shrine of AllentownLiberty Bell Shrine of Allentown, Pennsylvania
    The Liberty Bell Museum is also known as the Liberty Bell Shrine Museum and is situated in Allentown, Pennsylvania, in the former Zion's United Church of Christ that had also been known as the Zion's Reformed Church. The museum is located in the church where the Liberty Bell would be hidden during the American Revolutionary War, and today contains exhibits that pertain to the bell and subjects that include local history, liberty, patriotism and freedom. The shrine would be founded in 1962, by Dr. Morgan D. Person. After the defeat of the American army at the Battle of Brandywine on September 1, 1777, the revolutionary capital of Philadelphia would be left defenseless, and the city started getting ready for the inevitable British attack. One of the most important decisions that the city could do would be to take their bells out of the city, which the Supreme Executive Council of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania ordered, because the British might melt them down and make cannons from them; so eleven bells, in the state house bell and the bells from Christ Church and St. Peter's Church were taken from the city so the British couldn't get to them. A train of more than 700 wagons, guarded by 200 cavalry from Virginia and North Carolina under the command of Colonel Thomas Polk of the 4th Regiment North Carolina Continental Line, would leave the city for Bethlehem in the Lehigh Valley. The bells would be hidden in the hay and manure, and in the wagon of Northampton County militia private John Jacob Mickley would be the state house bell. The wagons would arrive in the Richland township on September 18, and on the 23rd, the bishop of the Moravian Church in Bethlehem said the wagons had arrived and all the bells but the state house bell had been moved to Northampton Towne, which is Allentown, today. The next day, a wagon that was driven by Frederick Leaser would take the bell to the historical Zion's Reformed Church in Allentown's center, where it would be stored, with the other bells that had arrived as well, under the floorboards of the church. The British would march, unopposed, into Philadelphia on September 26, but the bell would stay there until the British were beaten in June of 1778.

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