Merion Tribute House


Elridge Johnson, founder of the Victor Talking Machine Company in Camden, built Merion Tribute House shortly after World War I, in recognition of the 81 men from Merion who served in the War. He requested that the building be "the most beautiful structure of its kind in this locality" and chose Karcher and Smith, Architects, to design the building. The external and interior beauty is a reflection of the early 20th century style and tradition. Located on the Main Line, the lovely facility is host to many social gatherings and corporate events.

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