The workshop on "Photovoltaic Conversion of Solar Energy for Terrestrial Applications" was held in Cherry Hill, New Jersey, on October 23-25, 1973, under the sponsorship of the Research Applied to National Needs (RANN) program of the National Science Foundation (NSF). The workshop was organized in recognition of several pressing needs. These included (1) promoting dialog and exchange of information among participants in the field: (2) setting and documenting of consensus photovoltaic technology goals, plans, and budget resources for potential use in NSF/RANN program development: and, (3) coordinating the research, manufacturing, and commercialization communities. There were about 135 participants in the workshop, which was organized by NSF/RANN staff with major assistance from Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) staff. Cherry Hill Revisited is presented in two parts: Part 1 by Dr. Lloyd O. Herwig, former Director of Advanced Solar Energy Research and Development Division in the NSF's Research Applied to National Needs Directorate; and, Part 2 by Dr. H. Richard Blieden, former Chief of the Photovoltaic Branch within the Advanced Solar Energy Research and Development Division. Part 1 is an overview of prior technology development and the background events surrounding the start-up and early years of the terrestrial solar technologies initiative leading up to the Cherry Hill Photovoltaic Workshop. Part 2 summarizes the conclusions and general outcome of the workshop.