Since March 2017, the human remains from the Arch St Project have languished in storage containers in Philadelphia. Finding a facility in which to process and analyze the material with our limited budget has proved challenging. As the months wore on, the team began to worry about the state of the remains. Without a climate controlled environment, the remains were under threat of deterioration, mainly in the form of mold. The College of New Jersey initially offered some promising space. ... Read More
On January 26, 2017, Anna Dhody, Ani Hatza, and Kimberlee Moran arrived at 218 Arch Street to pick up the box of bones featured in Stephan Salisbury's November 4th article in the Philadelphia Inquirer. What was shown in November was half a banker's box of bones. When the team arrived, the box was full.
The box was a collection of... Read More