Chadds Ford, an upscale suburb in southeastern Pennsylvania,
devotes a lot of energy to creating a historical identity. Numerous
institutions participate in this task, including museums, a land
conservancy dedicated to the preservation of its historical
landscape, and the Historical Society, which is responsible for an
annual community celebration. Larger institutions related to
regional tourism and suburban development generate a steady flow of
texts about Chadds Ford in the form of glossy travel magazines,
pamphlets, brochures, and gallery displays.
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