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Free Quakers meeting house. On the southwest corner of Fifth Street. Benjm. Tucker's schools, for many years, were kept in upper portion of this building. Photograph by Richards. Shows the former meeting house built 1783 after the designs of Free Quakers Timothy Matlack and Samuel Price Wetherill at 500 Arch Street. Building tenanted by the Apprentice's Library 1841-1897. View includes a vendor's stand in front of the library and slabs of stone laying in the street. Building served as the Free Quakers' meetinghouse until circa 1838. Second floor added 1788. Free Quakers were excommunicated from the Society of Friends because of their violent resistance during the American Revolution.