The last time we ran across one of these, we thought we had stumbled across a historic street name that had been changed in the great 19th-century rationalization of Philadelphia street names. We were wrong, it turned out: “Lutton Place” was the somewhat grandiose name the owner gave to the early 19th-century Philadelphia row house he built for himself. So we’re not completely sure that this stone inscription refers to a historic street or a historic home. Maybe you can clarify things for us – and while you’re at it, tell us where this is located.
Answer next week.
Photo by the author
Last week’s Hidden Treasure Hunt answer: The bird lithograph we showed you last week can be spotted along with two of its siblings in the second-floor window of the W. Graham Arader III Gallery in the 1300 block of Walnut Street in the Midtown Village-Gayborhood section of Washington Square West.