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Richard G Smith '71

Fascinating article. Have wandered around Chinatown trying to find any vestige of the old building without success. Found location on one of the Philageohistory maps. Also searched for MedicoChi; little available with google search. Article would have been enhanced with some bibliography. Thank you for the info.

Dan Flanagan

Medico-Chi stood on the north side of Cherry Street and took up the entire block between 17th & 18th Streets. The Parkway made a diagonal corner-to-corner cut through that block. So, if you ever find yourself on the Parkway between 17th & 18th that's where Medico-Chi used to be. PCP has, of course, vanished from Tenth Street, but the Troc is still there on Arch.

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