Delaware Valley Farmers Co-op
Delaware Valley Farmers Co-op is even harder to research than Ralston-Purina Mills, given that there are so few hints as to its appearance, although every snippet, no matter how tiny, adds a piece to the puzzle.
The collapsed structure seen below was one of several pattern storage buildings for the sprawling, long-closed Foran Foundry complex, which would soon be razed to make way for Liberty Village.
This aerial was taken in 1963.
Today the land is occupied by a professional building that evidently pays homage (of sorts) to the co-op with wacky silo-like towers. This fugly beast actually won an award for design.
With so little to go on, this will be a loose adaptation, bashed from any number of kits.
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