George E. Thomas is a partner in CivicVisions and a Lecturer in Urban Studies at the University of Pennsylvania; he authored William L. Price, Arts and Crafts to Modern Design and coauthored Frank Furness: The Complete Works. Patricia Likos Ricci is Associate Professor of Art History and coordinator of the Fine Arts Program at Elizabethtown College. She was the guest editor of a special edition of The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, "The State as a Work of Art: Design, Technology, and Social Reform, 1876-1917." Richard J. Webster is Professor Emeritus of History and American Studies at West Chester University. He is the author of Philadelphia Preserved and coauthor of Pennsylvania Architecture. Lawrence M. Newman is the Vice President of Planning and Policy at the Greater Wilkes-Barre Chamber of Business and Industry. Trained as a planner and urban designer, he has written and lectured extensively about the architecture of the region. Robert Janosov was a Professor of History at Luzerne County Community College and a specialist in the industrial history of northeastern Pennsylvania. He coauthored The Great Strike: Perspectives on the 1902 Anthracite Coal Strike. Bruce Thomas is Associate Professor of Architecture at Lehigh University. Trained as an architect, he writes about American architecture in the twentieth century, particularly the time between the World Wars. His most recent publication is "Pragmatism and Modern Architecture in 1920s America," in Studies in American Culture.