Heritage tourism in the 1950s

Heritage tourism in the 1950s. Tour of the U.S. Supreme Court Building (used 1791-1800) at the Independence National Historical park in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Heritage tourism, travel to cultural, historical, or natural sites to experience and learn about American history, was a popular choice for American family vacations after World War II.
Photo by Paul J. Schumacher, 1955, Catalog Number: HPC-001024. (Courtesy of National Park Service History Collection.)

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