The Springfield Township Historical Society was established in 1980, in large part as a result of the township and its interested residents losing a battle to save one of its most remembered landmarks, Edward Stotesbury's Whitemarsh Hall. The society's mission is based on the precepts of research, education, and preservation, and it has been instrumental in preventing similar losses of history in the ensuing twenty-plus years. Charles and Edward Zwicker actively research Springfield Township history and conduct presentations on various topics, including Whitemarsh Hall and White City Amusement Park, which are covered in this fine volume.
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