George Howe, architect of the Pennsylvania Savings Fund Society tower, (which now houses the Loews Hotel), wasn't always interested in skyscrapers and clean lines. In fact, though he later grew to hate what he called the "Jumbo, Anti-Economy, Romantic Country-House Package, complete with sheep folds, duck ponds, dovecotes and immemorial elms, transplanted at great expense", he also designed quintessential example of the style.
· 101 West Hampton [Trulia]
· A Philadelphia Classic Architect George Howe's High Hollow In Chestnut Hill Helped Change The Form And Design Of Suburban Living In 1914. Adapting It To Today's Lifestyle Is Another Story. [The Inquirer]