Drinker's Court

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Drinker's Court
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Drinker's Court in 1972
Drinker's Court is located in Philadelphia
Drinker's Court
Drinker's Court is located in Pennsylvania
Drinker's Court
Drinker's Court is located in the US
Drinker's Court
Location 236-238 Delancey Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Coordinates 39°56′36″N 75°8′49″W / 39.94333°N 75.14694°W / 39.94333; -75.14694Coordinates: 39°56′36″N 75°8′49″W / 39.94333°N 75.14694°W / 39.94333; -75.14694
Area less than one acre
Built 1765
Architect John Drinker
Architectural style Bandbox Court Houses
NRHP Reference # 71000723[1]
Added to NRHP May 27, 1971

The Drinker's Court, also known as Bandbox Court Houses, are located in the Society Hill section of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The houses were built in 1764 by John Drinker (1716–1787), father of noted American portrait artist John Drinker (1760-1826).[2]

They were added to the National Register of Historic Places on May 27, 1971.[1]

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