A place of rest, healing, and recovery

Union Printers Home historic image

Since its dedication in 1892, the Union Printers Home (originally called the Childs-Drexel Home for Union Printers, in honor of the Philadelphia businessmen who donated the initial funds that led to the creation of the Home) served as a place of rest and respite, healing, and recovery, and, most of all, love and support for the fellow laborer.


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