Back to top

Pages


30th Street Station and the Main Post Office, 30th and Market Streets, West Philadelphia, Philadelphia.
Aerial views of the area of West Philadelphia at 30th and Market Streets. 30th Street Station (designed architects Graham, Anderson, Probst & White) and the Main Post Office (designed by architects Rankin & Kellog) are visible, as are several bridges crossing the Schuylkill river. Other areas of West and South Philadelphia are visible in the distance., Negative numbers: 19829s, 19859s, 15895n, 19863n.

30th Street Station under construction, 2901-2951 Market Street, Philadelphia.
Aerial views of the 30th Street Station (also known as Pennsylvania Station - 30th Street) under construction, which began in 1929 and was completed in 1934. Designed by Chicago-based architecture firm Graham, Anderson, Probst & White. Areas of Philadelphia to the north and east of 30th and Market Streets are visible in the distance, including the Schuylkill River, Chestnut and Walnut Streets, and the Philadelphia Museum of Art., Negative numbers: 14831n, 15252n, P278.

A. Wilhelm Company
Aerial view of the A. Wilhelm Company paint manufacturing plant located on Bern Street between Center Avenue and the Fifth Street Highway. View is southwest to northeast. George Field and Hiesters Lane tunnel are visible as are other factories and residential row homes. Berks Knitting Company visible at bottom of image. Paint factory plant was closed in late 2007 and the complex has been demolished. Image probably taken November 1928., Negative number: 9108., Record created with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

Abrasive Company, James and Fraley Streets, Wissinoming, Philadelphia.
Aerial views of the Abrasive Company industrial site in the Wissinoming neighborhood of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Founded as the Abrasive Material Company in 1893, the company was purchased by Simonds and the name changed in 1927. The name changed again to the Simonds Abrasive Company in 1946. The Abrasive Company was known as an innovator in the grinding wheel market and abrasives industry. The factory was designed by the Philadelphia architecture firm Stearns & Castor. The images show the factory as well as the surrounding residential area and row homes., Negative numbers: 5604, 11500, 11501, 11502.

Absecon Inlet, Atlantic City, New Jersey.
Aerial views showing residential development, a recreational area and boats docked at and sailing on the Absecon Inlet in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Views show relatively small portions of the area along the inlet, as if taken from a lower vantage point., Negative numbers: 6213, 7683.

Adam Scheidt Brewing Company, Norristown, Pennsylvania.
Aerial views of the Adam Scheidt Brewing Company (now the Stony Creek Office Center) on the banks of Stony Creek in Norristown, Pennsylvania. The brewery operated from 1870-1975. The view from a vantage point south of the brewery shows the area of Norristown east of the brewery buildings at Elm and Markley Streets (U.S. Route 202)., Negative numbers: 7957, 7960, 8428.

[Aerial view from high altitude.]
Negative numbers: 80 & 81, Photographs taken for the Aero Service Corporation.

[Aerial view of Haverford College, Haverford Pennsylvania.]
[Aerial view of Haverford College, Haverford Pennsylvania.]
Negative number: 37a, Inscribed in negative: Aero Service Corporation, Phila., P.9480.37a (n) not digitized; negative is damaged and cannot be scanned.

[Aerial view of Marshall Farm, Abington Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.]
Built circa 1820., Negative number: 71, Inscribed in negative: Aero Service Corp.

Aerial view of Mount Joy
Aerial view of Mount Joy, Pennsylvania from the east along Main Street. George Brown's Sons Cotton and Woolen Mill (now known as the Sassafras Alley Apartments) is visible., Negative numbers: 1647.

[Aerial view of Percival Roberts' estate, Narberth, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.]
Aerial view of 539 acre estate built circa 1903., Negative number: 57a, Inscribed in negative: Aero Service Corp, Phila.

Aerial view of 69th Street
Aerial views (some from extremely high altitude) of Upper Darby, Pa. Views looking south/southeast from West Chester Pike towards West Philadelphia. The 69th Street Transportation Center, Cobbs Creek, row houses and some industrial buildings are visible. Probably taken May 1926 [5875, 5876]; 1925 [5190, 5195] and 1930 [12276]., Negative numbers: 5875; 5876; 5190; 5195; 12276., Record created with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

[Aerial view of the Schuylkill River looking southeast from Manayunk, Philadelphia.]
Aerial view of the Schuylkill River looking southeast from the vicinity of Fountain Street in Manayunk. Relatively high vantage point shows the river and adjacent areas for some distance. Several bridges crossing the river are visible, as are industrial buildings in Manayunk and portions of Fairmount Park., Negative numbers: 1624., Manuscript note on negative sleeve: Girard Ave. Bridge., Record revised with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

[Aerial view of Wilmington, Delaware]
Negative number: 211114, Inscribed in negative: Aero Service Corporation, Phila.

Aerial view of Darby, Pennsylvania [graphic].
Aerial views from very high altitude showing Darby, Pennsylvania. Views are from northwest to southeast, with the Elmwood section of Philadelphia visible [5587]; from southwest to northeast with the B & O and Pennsylvania Railroads, Chester Pike, and MacDade Boulevard visible [5593]; and from west to east showing Darby Creek, Cobbs Creek, and the Fels & Company plant formerly at Woodland and Island Avenues [5615]. The General Electric plant formerly at 69th and Elmwood Avenues is visible in all three views. Probably taken April 1926., Negative numbers: 5587; 5593; 5615., Record created with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

Aerial views of downtown Norristown, Pennsylvania.
Aerial views of Norristown, Pennsylvania taken from a high altitude show the downtown area from a vantage point above the Schuylkill River. The Montgomery County Courthouse and bridges over the Schuylkill River are visible., Negative numbers: 6809, 6810, 6812.

Aerial views of Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania.
Aerial views of Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania show a distant view of the city and surrounding farmlands as well as a closer view of residential development in the vicinity of Lansdowne Avenue and Garrett Road., Negative numbers: 5588, 6739.

Aerial views of Gloucester City, New Jersey.
Aerial views of Gloucester City from several angles. Views show industrial buildings lining the waterfront along the Delaware River as well as large portions of residential and other areas of the city., Negative numbers: 1265, 1266, 1267, 1315, 1317, 2848., Record revised with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

Aerial views of housing developments and residential areas in Audubon, New Jersey.
Aerial views of Audubon, New Jersey show the building and construction of new housing developments along with views of adjacent completed residential areas and undeveloped farmlands., Negative numbers: 6128, 6129, 6131, 6132, 6133, 6134, 6136.

Aerial views of Media, Pennsylvania.
Aerial views of the city of Media, Pennsylvania. Perspectives from a high altitude show residential areas of row homes adjacent to a business district which is visible in the distance., Negative numbers: 1433, 1868a., Record revised with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

Aerial views of Norristown, Pennsylvania.
Aerial views of Norristown, Pennsylvania. Views show the downtown area from a vantage point above the Schuylkill River and look southeast of the city center towards residential areas along Ridge Pike/Main Street. The Montgomery County Courthouse and bridges over the river are also visible., Negative numbers: 1629, 1784, 1794, 1796.

[Aerial views of Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey.]
Aerial views of Princeton University's campus., Negative numbers: 36, 89, 96 (assigned), 100a, Inscribed in negative: Aero Service Corp, Phila.

Aerial views of real estate and farmlands on the outskirts of Norristown, Pennsylvania.
Aerial views of Norristown, Pennsylvania show areas outside the city center, including areas thick with housing developments alongside sparsely populated farmlands. Schools, farmhouses, streets and portions of the Schuylkill River and Stony Creek are also visible. Manuscript notes on some negative sleeves indicate the areas shown may be adjacent to the Norristown State Hospital, but the hospital is not visible in any of the images., Negative numbers: 6816, 6817, 6818, 6820, 6822, 6823, 6824, 6826, 6827, 6828, 6829, 6833aa., 6828 not digitized; zoom-in view of 6827.

Aerial Views of Reading, Pennsylvania
Aerial views of Reading, Pennsylvania show views of the central area of the city, with view 11189 from northwest to southeast and 11190 from southwest to northeast. V.K. was the photographer. Probably taken August 21, 1929., Negative numbers: 11189, 11190., Record created with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

Aerial views of the city of Reading, Pennsylvania.
Aerial views of Reading, Pennsylvania show views of the greater downtown area, Mount Penn and bridges spanning the Schuylkill River. View (2711) from west to east along Penn St. with the Luden Mansion visible in the distance. View (2762) from souteast to northwest with Penn St. and the Schuylkill River visible. View (2784) shows downtown Reading from west to east. Probably taken September 12-16, 1922., Negative numbers: 2711, 2761, 2762, 2784., Record revised with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

Aerial views of the construction of the Hollywood housing development, Abington Township, Pennsylvania.
Aerial views of the housing development in the unincorporated area of Hollywood in Abington Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. Conceived by developer Gustav Weber after a trip to the West Coast, the community consists of mission-style homes and Mediterranean landscaping, much of which had to be modified because it could not withstand the Northern climate. The project began in 1928 but was abandoned by Weber when he went into bankruptcy during the Great Depression. It was eventually completed in the 1940's by Montgomery County developer Sidney Robin. Surrounding residential areas and farmlands are also visible., Negative numbers: 5244, 5264, 5793., Record revised with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

Aerial views of the Somerton section of Northeast Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. [graphic].
Aerial views of the Somerton neighborhood in Northeast Philadelphia. Two views show residential development along Bustleton Avenue with adjacent farmlands. The William Penn Cemetery on Trevose Road is also visible., Negative numbers: 1446, 1469., Record created with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

[Agasote Millboard Company, West Trenton, New Jersey.]
Aerial views of the the Agasote Millboard Company in West Trenton, New Jersey, located on the main line of the Reading Railroad. The company was founded in 1909 by Eugenius Harvey Outerbridge who brought what was then a secred process of creating fiberboard out of newspapers from England to the U.S.. The company's products included: agasote, used in the manufacture of passenger railroad car roofs; vehisote, used in the making of truck panels; and homasote, still used as a versatile building material today. The company changed its name to Homasote Company in the late 1930s., Negative numbers: P65., Manuscript note on negative sleeve: Agasote Millboard, Trenton, N.J.

Alan Wood Iron and Steel Company, Conshohocken, Pennsylvania.
Aerial views of the Alan Wood Iron and Steel Company in Conshohocken, Pennsylvania. Views from higher and lower altitudes show the factory complex from several angles as it sits on the bank of the Schuylkill River and straddles Conshohocken Road. The mainfacility was designed by the architecture firm of Savory, Scheetz, & Savory and built in 1910. Railroad tracks and bridges over the river are visible as are portions of the city of Conshohocken in the distance., Negative numbers: 1573, 1575, 2860, 2861., Record revised with information provided by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

Alirene Mills textile plant at Frankford Creek, 1200-1300 Adams Avenue, Frankford, Philadelphia.
Aerial views of Alirene Mills (formerly Bromley Mills) textile plant at Frankford Creek and Adams Avenue. The mill was owned by James Bromley and was built in 1903, designed by the architecture firm Stearns and Castor. Row homes can be seen adjacent to the factory complex., Negative numbers: 13002n, P98, P99, P103, P104., Manuscript note on negative sleeve of 13002n: Buckman and Buckman, Fkd. Creek, N. Phila, Pa, August 27, 1930.

Allied Chemical & Dye Corporation, General Chemical Division plant, Camden, New Jersey.
Aerial views of the Allied Chemical & Dye Corporation, General Chemical Division plant on the banks of the Cooper and Delaware Rivers in Camden, New Jersey. The corporation (later known as Allied Chemical Corporation and then as the Allied Corporation) was formed in 1921 as an amalgamation of five of the largest U.S. chemical companies established in the 1800s. These views show what was originally the General Chemical sulfuric acid plant. The facility is shown from several angles, including vertical views from high altitude. A variety of factory buildings are visible, as are ships on the river, railroad tracks servicing the area and row homes in adjacent residential areas., Negative numbers: AC440, AC441, AC442, AC444, AC445, AC446, AC447, AC448, AC449, AC450, AC451, AC452, AC453, AC455.

Allied Chemical & Dye Corporation plant, Grays Ferry Avenue and the Schuylkill River, Grays Ferry, Philadelphia.
Aerial view of the Allied Chemical & Dye Corporation plant on the Schuylkill River in the Gray's Ferry neighborhood in Philadelphia. The corporation (later known as Allied Chemical Corporation and then as the Allied Corporation) was formed in 1921 as an amalgamation of five of the largest U.S. chemical companies established in the 1800s. View of the chemical plant looks north from a vantage point just south of the Grays Ferry Avenue bridge at around Reed Street and spans north to include portions of Center City and West Philadelphia along the river. Residential neighborhoods in the vicinity are also visible., Negative numbers: 20898n., Manuscript note on negative sleeve: Allied Chemical Co., Grey's Ferry, Pa, May 12, 1940.

American Bridge Company factory plant, Trenton, New Jersey.
Aerial views of the the American Bridge Company industrial facility on the Delaware River in Trenton, New Jersey. The company was formed In 1900 when the JP Morgan & Company undertook a consolidation of the bridge construction industry in the United States. This merger of 27 companies commanded 90 percent of the bridge building market in the U.S. Eventually, the American Bridge Company became a subsidiary of the U.S. Steel Corporation. The views show the facility from several angles. Railroad tracks and ships servicing the facility can be seen, as can adjacent residential areas., Negative numbers: 1233, 6433., Record revised with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

American Can Company plant, Bridgeton, New Jersey.
Aerial views of the American Can Company factory in Bridgeton, New Jersey. The Sanitary Can Company opened the facility in 1906. American Can purchased the factory in 1908. The plant remained in operation until 1931 when the equipment became outmoded. View shows the factory and watertower labeled "American Can Company" with adjacent residential areas and farmlands., Negative numbers: 1378., Manuscript note on negative sleeve: Bridgeton, N.J.

American Steel & Wire Company factory plant, Trenton, New Jersey.
Aerial views of the the American Steel and Wire Company plant. In 1848 John A. Roebling purchased a 25 acre site along the Delaware & Raritan Canal in Chambersburg (now a part of Trenton) for his wire rope business. Roebling designed the buildings and machinery and directed the company until his death in 1869, when his sons took over. The company manufactured wire rope and related products for suspension bridges, shipping, mining, construction (including the Panama Canal), electrical power transmission, cable cars, tramways, aircraft, submarine netting, musical instruments, elevators, logging and oil drilling. By World War I, the factory was the largest wire rope plant in the world and the company grew considerably in response to steadily increasing demands for its products. The company was a subsidiary of the U.S. Steel Corporation. The views show ortions of the plant from several angles with the city of Trenton visible in the distance., Negative numbers: 6031, 6434, 6435.

Red Bank, New Jersey.
Aerial views of areas north of the town of Red Bank, i.e., National Park, N.J. in Gloucester County, N.J. Shows Westville, Brooklawn, Gloucester City & Bellmawr Park, including Bellmawr Park under development. Portions of Big Timber & Little Timber Creeks are also visible., Negative numbers: 6107, 6108.

Armstrong Cork Company factory plant, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
Aerial views of the Armstrong Cork Company (later Armstrong World Industries) plant on the outskirts of Lancaster, Pennsylvania. The company produced its first linoleum products at this plant beginning in 1908. Views include high-altitude vertical views showing the factory and environs as well as close-up views of the facility from a lower altitude. Surrounding farmlands are visible in the distance. Probably taken 1922 [1806, 1891] and 1925 [4785-4792]., Negative numbers: 1806, 1891, 4785, 4785a, 4786, 4786a, 4787, 4787a, 4788, 4789, 4790, 4792., Record revised with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

Aerial view of Art Colony
Aerial view of Art Colony along the Delaware River, immediately north of the Rte. 202 bridge, north of New Hope, Pennsylvania. View shows a number of buildings surrounded by croplands. The towpath is also visible., Negative number: 5532., Record created with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

Atlantic Refining Company plant, 3314 Passyunk Avenue, Point Breeze, Philadelphia.
Aerial views of the Atlantic Refining Company (later Atlantic Richfield Co. or ARCO) petroleum refinery plant along the Schuylkill River in the Point Breeze neighborhood of Philadelphia. The company was founded as the Atlantic Petroleum Storage Company in 1866 as a storage facility but quickly expanded operations to include refining as the possible uses of petroleum were discovered. It was purchased by John D. Rockefeller in 1874 and became part of the Standard Oil Trust and became Atlantic Refining Company after the Trust was dissolved in 1911. The facility is shown from several angles and altitudes and includes views of the refining equipment and storage drums as well as boats and ships docked on the river. Probably taken 1921 [1138, 1213]; 1922 [1861]; 1924 [4602-4609]; 1926 [5464-5922]., Negative numbers: 1138, 1213, 1861, 4586, 4602-4609, 5464, 5922., 4602, 4603, 4605, 4606 not digitized; negatives are damaged and cannot be scanned., Digitized for AMD: Global Commodities., Record revised with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

Atlantic Refining Company plant, 3314 Passyunk Avenue, Point Breeze, Philadelphia.
Aerial views of the Atlantic Refining Company (later Atlantic Richfield Co. or ARCO) petroleum refinery plant along the Schuylkill River in the Point Breeze neighborhood of Philadelphia. The company was founded as the Atlantic Petroleum Storage Company in 1866 as a storage facility but quickly expanded operations to include refining as the possible uses of petroleum were discovered. It was purchased by John D. Rockefeller in 1874 and became part of the Standard Oil Trust and became Atlantic Refining Company after the Trust was dissolved in 1911. The facility is shown from several angles and altitudes and includes views of the refining equipment and storage drums as well as boats and ships docked on the river., Negative numbers: 6110, 6111, 6112, 6113, 6177, 6178, 6180, 6181, 6182, 6183.

Avalon, New Jersey.
Aerial views of the Avalon, New Jersey shoreline from several angles. Distant views show minimal development in the area and some views extend to Towsends Inlet and Sea Isle City. Wetlands and inland waterways to the west of the city are also visible., Negative numbers: 5932, 5934, 5935, 5936, 6220.

Baldwin Locomotive Works.
Aerial views of Baldwin Locomotive Works, located at Broad and Spring Garden Streets in Philadelphia. Depicts factory and office buildings, as well as nearby industrial buildings. Includes views of the Elverson Building. Baldwin Locomotive Works buildings at this location were demolished in 1937 after the company moved south of Philadelphia to Eddystone, Pa. in 1928., Negative numbers: 8724, 8725., Negative 8724 dated July 30, 1928., Negative 8725 dated July 9, 1928.

Barnegat Bay, New Jersey.
Aerial views showing sailboats and other water craft on Barnegat Bay in New Jersey. Focus is mainly on the boats on the water though some land is visible in the distance., Negative numbers: 7675, 7677, 7678, 7687.

[Barnegat Lighthouse, Barnegat Light, New Jersey.]
Aerial views of the lighthouse at Barnegat Bay. Image shows a small area of beach around the lighthouse and several adjacent structures, including a small pier that extends out over the water., Negative number: 7679., Manuscript note on negative sleeve: Barnegat light house.

Beach Haven, New Jersey.
Aerial views of the seaside community of Beach Haven on Long Beach Island, New Jersey. Includes views of the city and coastline, the Atlantic Ocean and Little Egg Harbor. Boats are docked and sailing in the harbor. Harbor islands are also visible., Negative numbers: P242, P243, P245, P250, P251.

Beaver College, Glenside, Pa.
Aerial view of the campus of Beaver College, later renamed Arcadia University, in Glenside, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. Founded in 1853 in Beaver, Pa., the school moved to Jenkintown, Pa. in 1925. In 1929 it added the Glenside campus, formerly the estate of William Welsh Harrison. Called Grey Towers, the Gothic Revival stone castle was designed by Horace Trumbauer and built 1893-1894., Negative number: 17352n.

Belmont Mansion, Fairmount Park
Aerial view of Belmont Mansion on Belmont Mansion Drive in Fairmount Park, Philadelphia in winter. View is slightly southwest to northeast and shows structures in the complex which no longer exist (possibly built for the 1876 Centennial Exposition). Abandoned railroad is visible. Built by William Peters ca. 1742-1751., Negative number: 1150., Record created with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

Benjamin Franklin Bridge, Camden approach, Camden, New Jersey.
Aerial views of the approach to the Benjamin Franklin Bridge, originally named the Delaware River Bridge, on the Camden, New Jersey side of the Delaware River. Bridge was constructed from 1922-1926 and spans the river to connects Camden to Philadelphia. The approach, portions of the bridge and the area immediately surrounding the approach are visible. Commissioned by the Interstate Bridge and Tunnel Commission of New Jersey and the Delaware River Bridge and Tunnel Commission of Pennsylvania, the bridge was designed by architect Paul Cret and engineer Ralph Modjeski. Located at 5th and Race Streets in Philadelphia., Negative numbers: 6645, 6734, 6735, 6804.

Benjamin Franklin Bridge construction, Old City Historic District, Philadelphia.
Aerial views of the Benjamin Franklin Bridge, originally named the Delaware River Bridge, under construction over the Delaware River from 1922-1926. The riverfronts of both Camden, New Jersey, and Philadelphia are visible. Commissioned by the Interstate Bridge and Tunnel Commission of New Jersey and the Delaware River Bridge and Tunnell Commission of Pennsylvania, the bridge was designed by architect Paul Cret and engineer Ralph Modjeski. Located at 5th and Race Streets. Probably taken 1924 [4299-4300]; 1925 [4827-5186]; and 1926 [5556]., Negative numbers: 4299, 4300, 4827, 4869, 4881, 5003, 5166, 5167, 5176, 5179, 5181, 5184, 5185, 5186, 5556., Record revised with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

Benjamin Franklin Bridge, Old City Historic District, Philadelphia.
Aerial views of the Benjamin Franklin Bridge, originally named the Delaware River Bridge. Bridge was constructed from 1922-1926 and connects Camden, New Jersey to Philadelphia over the Delaware River. Distant and close-up full and partial views of the bridge and the riverfronts of both Camden and Philadelphia. Commissioned by the Interstate Bridge and Tunnel Commission of New Jersey and the Delaware River Bridge and Tunnell Commission of Pennsylvania, the bridge was designed by architect Paul Cret and engineer Ralph Modjeski. Located at 5th and Race Streets., Negative numbers: 4866, 5916, 5917, 5996, 6272, 6343, 6802, 6803, 6805, 7274.

Berkshire Country Club, Reading, Pennsylvania.
Aerial view of the Berkshire Country Club golf courses and club house. Bern Township Sports. Surrounding farmlands and the Schuylkill River are also visible. View 2712 is southwest to northeast. View 2765 is southeast to northwest with Schuylkill River visible on right side of image. View 2786 is from south to north with clubhouse visible. Probably taken September 12-16, 1922., Negative number: 2712, 2765, 2786., Record revised with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

Boardwalk and City Park Atlantic City, New Jersey.
Aerial views of the coastline in Atlantic City, New Jersey. View shows the boardwalk, beach, and other areas in the vicinity of City Park., Negative numbers: 5644.

Boger and Crawford textile mill, vicinity of J and Venango Streets, Nicetown-Tioga, Philadelphia.
Aerial views of the Boger and Crawford yarn processing plant in the Harrowgate section of Philadelphia. The facility sits near row homes, a playground, Harrowgate Square and Frankford elevated tracks near tioga Station. An area of what appear to be croplands is visible across the street from it., Negative numbers: 19843s., Manuscript note on negative sleeve: Boger & Crawford [plant], Phila, June 26, 1939.

[Bryn Athyn Cathedral, 1001 Cathedral Road, Bryn Athyn, Pennsylvania.]
Aerial views of the Bryn Athyn Cathedral, or the General Church of the New Jerusalem, built 1914-1919 by Raymond Pitcairn and Cram, Goodhue & Ferguson. Commonly known as the Swedenborgian church., Negative numbers: 4804, 5032, 5189a.

[Bryn Athyn Cathedral, 1001 Cathedral Road, Bryn Athyn, Pennsylvania.]
Aerial views of the Bryn Athyn Cathedral, or the General Church of the New Jerusalem, built 1914-1919 by Raymond Pitcairn and Cram, Goodhue & Ferguson. Commonly known as the Swedenborgian church. View from southwest to northeast. Also shows Cairnwood., Negative numbers: 1366, 1467., Record revised with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania.
Aerial views of the Bryn Mawr College campus. Depicts stone buildings in the Collegiate Gothic style, many designed by the firm Cope & Stewardson and constructed circa 1890-1907. The women's college opened in 1885. Views show adjacent residential and industrial areas., Negative numbers: 5849, 5852.

Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania.
Aerial views of the Bryn Mawr College campus. Depicts stone buildings in the Collegiate Gothic style, many designed by the firm Cope & Stewardson and constructed circa 1890-1907. The women's college opened in 1885., Negative numbers: 12480, 12481, 12483., 12481 not digitized; negative is damaged and cannot be scanned.

Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania.
Aerial view of the Bryn Mawr College campus. Depicts stone buildings in the Collegiate Gothic style, many designed by the firm Cope & Stewardson and constructed circa 1890-1907. The women's college opened in 1885., Negative number: 1790., Record revised with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

Buckman Farm, Middletown Township
Aerial views of the Buckman Farm at Highland Avenue and Hulmeville Road in Middletown Township, Pennsylvania, near Langhorne. Distant view (5828) shows the farm amid surrounding croplands, farms and houses. Closer view (5829) shows a large white barn, possibly with livestock in the yard. Probably taken May 1926., Negative numbers: 5828; 5829., Record created with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

Byberry Hospital.
Aerial views. Depicts original hospital buildings including male and female dormitories or "groups" constructed between 1906 and the mid-1920s in the Byberry or Somerton section of northeast Philadelphia. Established in 1907 as Philadelphia Hospital for Mental Diseases, it was renamed Philadelphia State Hospital when the state of Pennsylvania took over the operations in 1936. Closed in 1990, the buildings were demolished 2006-2008., Negative numbers: 5501, 5502, 5503, 5504, 5505, 5506, 5507, 5508, 5509, 5510, 5519, 5520, 5521, 5523., 5521 not digitized; negative is damaged and cannot be scanned.

Byberry Hospital and Northeast Philadelphia.
Aerial views from high altitude. Includes original buildings of the Byberry Hopital complex constructed between 1906 and the mid-1920s in the Byberry or Somerton section of northeast Philadelphia. Established in 1907 as Philadelphia Hospital for Mental Diseases, it was renamed Philadelphia State Hospital when the state of Pennsylvania took over the operations in 1936. Closed in 1990, the buildings were demolished 2006-2008., Negative numbers: 20313s, 22518s, 22520s., Negative 20313 dated September 18, 1939.

Bynden Wood mansion
Aerial views of Bynden Wood on Cushion Peak Road in South Heidelberg Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania, near Wernersville. Ownership of the mansion changed several times after its construction ca. 1888-1889 and it became alternately a private summer home, sanitorium and resort. It was demolished in 1954, but the auxilary buildings still exist on what is now the South Mountain YMCA grounds. View [11177] is northwest to southeast with Cushion Peak road in the center of the photograph. View [11180] is southwest to northeast, reaching out over 2.5 miles from the aircraft’s position over Cushion Peak Rd. The Jesuit Center located on the east side of Wernersville is visible in the upper left corner of the photograph. Penn Avenue, the Reading Railroad, Preston Road and Belle Alto Road are also visible. Virgil Kauffman is believed to be the photographer. Reading Eagle, probably taken August 22, 1929., Negative number: 11177; 11180., Record created with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

Camden High School.
Aerial view of Camden High School, located at 1700 Park Boulevard in Camden, New Jersey. Built 1915 after designs by Paul Armon Davis, III. Opened 1918. View includes portion of the Cooper River., Negative number: 1717., Record revised with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

[Carpenter Steel Company, Reading, Pennsylvania.]
Aerial views of the Carpenter Steel Company plant on the banks of the Schuylkill River in Reading, Pennsylvania. Surrounding croplands and Berkshire Country Club golf course are visible in the distance. View is south to north. Probably taken September 12-16, 1922., Negative numbers: 2775., Record revised with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

Carson College for Orphan Girls
Aerial view of Carson College for Orphan Girls, also known as the Carson Valley School, in Flourtown, Pennsylvania. Depicts several interconnected, two-story stone buildings on a landscaped campus designed by Albert Kelsey. The buildings remain in active use by the related institution Carson Valley Children's Aid. View is west to east with West Wissahickon Avenue, Bethlehem Pike and surrounding farmland and residences visible., Negative number: 1552., Title supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr., Manuscript note on negative sleeve: Chestnut Hill School, Record revised with information supplied by former Aero Service Employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

Catholic College, Chestnut Hill, Pa.
Aerial view of Mount Saint Joseph College, a Catholic liberal arts college for women opened in 1924 by the Sisters of Saint Joseph. Also the site of Mount Saint Joseph Academy until 1961. Renamed Chestnut Hill College in 1938. Became coeducational in 2003., Negative number: 13591n.

Catholic Mass at Municipal Stadium, South Philadelphia, Philadelphia.
Aerial views of Catholic mass held at Municipal Stadium, later known as John F. Kennedy Stadium, in October, 1926 as part of the Sesqui-Centennial International Exposition. Crowds are gathered inside and outside the stadium and a blimp flies overhead. Broad Street, trolley station and other exposition buildings are also visible. Stadium was designed by the Philadelphia firm Simon & Simon. Located at 3601 Broad Street in South Philadelphia., Negative numbers: 6616-6622.

Charles E. Ellis College for Fatherless Girls, Newtown Square, Pennsylvania.
Aerial views of the Charles E. Ellis College for Fatherless Girls in Newtown Square, Pennsylvania. Depicts stone cottages (built circa 1923 after designs by John T. Windrim) surrounded by farmland. The school was established in 1919 with a bequest from Charles E. Ellis (1835-1909), who earned his wealth in the transportation industry. The school closed in 1977., Negative numbers: 5392, 5394.

[Charles Lindbergh Reception, Municipal Stadium, South Philadelphia, Philadelphia].
Aerial view of the reception honoring Charles Lindbergh at Municipal Stadium, later known as John F. Kennedy Stadium, in 1927. Lindbergh's nationwide tour celebrated his successful first trans-Atlantic flight. People seated in the stands. Area immediately surrounding the stadium is also visible. Stadium was designed by the Philadelphia firm Simon & Simon. Located at 3601 Broad Street in South Philadelphia., Negative numbers: 7928.

Charles Warner Company factory plant, Cedar Hollow, Pennsylvania.
Aerial view of the Charles Warner Company factory plant in Cedar Hollow, Pennsylvania, near Malvern. Depicts strip mining facilities, including processing plants, silos, smokestacks, railroad tracks and freight cars, and quarrying activity. The surrounding area is mostly open land, with some residences and farms visible. Originally the Cedar Hollow Lime Company, the factory was purchased by the Warners in 1899. Views are northwest to southeast [2857], southeast to northwest[2859] and east to west[2870]. Town of Devault, Yellow Springs and Charlestown Roads and St. Peter church and cemetery are also visible [2859]., Negative numbers: 2857, 2859, 2870., Record revised with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

Chester Military Academy, Chester, Pa.
Aerial view of the Pennsylvania Military College (1892–1966) in Chester, Pa. Depicts a multi-storied building adorned with a cupola and double staircases up to a portico. The college, founded as the Bullock School for Boys in 1821 and known as the Pennsylvania Military Academy 1862-1892, relocated from Wilmington, De. to Chester, Pa. in 1868 and was reincorporated as Widener University in 1979., Negative number: 4247., Record revised with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

Chestnut Hill Academy.
Aerial view of Chestnut Hill Academy in the St. Martin's area of Chestnut Hill. Depicts the u-shaped building constructed 1883-1884 after designs by G. W. & W. D. Hewitt that was formerly the Wissahickon Inn and which the academy occupied in 1898. Also shows nearby estates primarily established by Henry H. Houston. Chestnut Hill Academy was founded in 1851 as a boarding and day school for boys., Negative number: 7292.

Church Farm School, Penna.
Aerial views of the Church Farm School in Exton, Chester County, Pennsylvania. Depicts original school and residential buildings, mainly designed 1918 by Milton B. Medary, Jr. of the firm Zantzinger, Borie & Medary, as well as surrounding barns and farmlands. Founded 1918 by Rev. Charles W. Shreiner as a boarding school for boys, with the goal of combining religious education with agricultural and industrial work., Negative numbers: 4774, 4776-4778, 4781, 4783.

City Hall and Penn Square, Broad and Market Streets, Philadelphia.
Aerial views of Philadelphia's City Hall, originally known as the New Public Buildings, and Penn Square at Broad and Market Streets in Philadelphia. Built from 1871-1901 after the designs of architect John MacArthur, Jr. with Thomas U. Walter as a consultant on the project. Views show City Hall from the north in its entirety as well as a vertical perspective that looks into the interior courtyard., Negative number: 14412n, 15887n.

Coastline, Atlantic City, New Jersey.
Aerial views of the coastline in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Distant views show the shoreline in sections from the vicinity of Ventnor City to the Absecon Inlet. The boardwalk, hotels and piers are somewhat visible., Negative numbers: 5650, 5966, 5967, 5968, 6204, 6206, 6207, 6211, 6212, 6480.

Construction of airplane hangars
Aerial views of airplane hangars under construction at the site of what is now Philadelphia International Airport. Starting in 1925 the Pennsylvania National Guard used the site (known as Hog Island) as a training airfield. The site was dedicated as the "Philadelphia Municipal Airport" by Charles Lindbergh in 1927, but it had no proper terminal building until 1940. 5924 shows a view of the hangars from southwest to northeast along Island Avenue. 5926 shows a slightly more distant view from west to east including the Schuylkill and Delaware Rivers, Philadelphia Naval Shipyard as well as the hangers under construction. The Pennsylvania Rail Road is also visible. Probably taken May 1926., Negative numbers: 5924; 5926., Record created with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

[Construction of the Ridge-8th Street Subway.]
Aerial views of the Ridge-8th Street Subway (later known as the Broad-Ridge Spur) under construction. The approach to the Benjamin Franklin Bridge at 5th and Race Streets and the adjacent Franklin Square are visible, as is the area bounded roughly by Callowhill to the north, Market Street to the south, Front Street to the East and 10th Street to the west., Negative numbers: 14407n., Manuscript note on negative sleeve: Eighth st. Subway, Frank. Square; Phila. Pa.; June 13, 1931.

Crescent Boulevard Bridge, Collingswood, Camden County, New Jersey.
Aerial views of the construction of Crescent Boulevard Bridge. Initial construction began in 1926 of Crescent Boulevard (US Route 130/30) over the Cooper River in Collingswood, New Jersey. The bridge is in Cooper River Park. Portions of Camden, New Jersey, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and the Delaware River are visible in the distance., Negative numbers: 6775, 6776, 6777, 6779., Manuscript note on negative sleeve: Crescent Blvd, 1928., 6777 not digitized; similar view to 6779 with more detail on left side.

[Crescent Boulevard, Collingswood, New Jersey.]
Aerial views of Crescent Boulevard (US Route 130/30) in Collingswood, New Jersey. Crescent Boulevard Bridge over the Cooper River and portions of Cooper River Park and Collingswood are visible. Initial construction on Crescent Boulevard Bridge began in 1926., Negative numbers: 8317., Manuscript note on negative sleeve: Crescent Blvd, 1928.

Crown Can Company plant, vicinity of I Street and Erie Avenue, Juniata Park, Philadelphia.
Aerial views of the Crown Can Company plant in the Juniata Park section of Philadelphia. Other industrial facilities can be seen, including those of Richardson's Mints and Cuneo Press. The Crown facility spans several city blocks and sits adjacent to the Bellvue Cemetery, a stadium, railroad tracks and areas of row homes. A trolley car is visible on the trolley tracks., Negative numbers: 19842s, 19848s, 19849s., Manuscript note on negative sleeve: Crown Can Co., Phila, Pa., June 26, 1939.

Delaware College.
Aerial views of the campuses of Delaware College and Women's College, located in Newark, Delaware. Delaware College was originally chartered in 1769 as the Academy of Newark. In 1843 it was renamed Delaware College. The separate but coordinate Women's College opened in 1914. In 1921 the two coordinate colleges merged and were officially renamed University of Delaware., Negative numbers: 2882-2886., Record revised with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

Delaware River and South Philadelphia
Aerial view of the Delaware River and South Philadelphia taken from a bi-plane (parts of which are visible) from ca. 2000-foot altitude above the vicinity of 6th and Tasker streets. View is southwest to northeast. Petty Island and Cooper's Point, New Jersey are visible., Negative number: 1618, Record created with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

[Delaware River looking north from Dock Street, Philadelphia.]
Aerial views of the Delaware River and Benjamin Franklin Bridge (formerly the Delaware River Bridge) from a vantage point just south and west of Dock Street. Taken on a clear day, the view extends well past North Philadelphia and includes Petty Island, New Jersey and a portion of Camden, New Jersey., Negative numbers: 21990s, Manuscript note on negative sleeve: Philadelphia, Penna., Delaware River, Dock St. & N.

Delaware River waterfront at Spring Garden Street, Northern Liberties, Philadelphia.
Aerial views of the piers and industrial buildings along the Delaware riverfront in Northern Liberties. Views face north and west from the vicinity of Spring Garden Street and Delaware Avenue., Negative numbers: 2834, 4860., Record revised with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

Delaware River waterfront at Washington Avenue, South Philadelphia, Philadelphia.
Aerial views of the piers at Washington and Delaware Avenues in South Philadelphia. Ships are docked at the piers. Cars and a trolley can be seen traveling on the city streets. The area to the north and west of the river and the city skyline are visible in the distance., Negative numbers: P279, P280.

[Delaware River waterfront north, vicinity of Port Richmond, Philadelphia.]
Aerial view of the riverfront from the vicinity of Columbia Avenue looking north. The Reading Railroad Company railroad terminus and Port Richmond are visible in the distance, as are industrial buildings and piers along the riverfront. Ships sail on the river., Negative numbers: 4873., Manuscript note on negative sleeve: Philadelphia, Pa, N.E. Waterfront, 1925.

Delaware River waterfront, Philadelphia.
Aerial views of the Delaware River waterfront include the Benjamin Franklin Bridge (formerly the Delaware River Bridge) and piers in South Philadelphia. Views face north and west from a vantage point on the river, taken on a relatively clear day so that they extend well into North Philadelphia along the waterfront and into South Philadelphia towards the Center City skyline, which can be seen in the distance., Negative numbers: 13829n, 13831n., Manuscript note on negative sleeves indicates images were taken December 3, 1930.

Delaware River waterfront, South Philadelphia, Philadelphia.
Aerial views of the waterfront along the Delaware River in Philadelphia generally south of Market Street to Pattison Avenue. Piers, industrial facilities, railroad tracks, ships and ferries are visible as are portions of neighborhoods adjacent to the waterfront. The city skyline is visible in the distance., Negative numbers: 1196, 1198, 1199, 1201, 2835, 2836, 2843, 2852, 2853, 2854, 2856, 4862a., Record revised with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

Diamond State Fibre Company, Bridgeport, Pennsylvania.
Aerial views of the Diamond State Fibre Company industrial facility on the banks of the Schuylkill River just south of DeKalb Pike in Bridgeport, Pennsylvania. The facility contained the company's main offices and a fiber processing mill and factory. Views show the facility and the adjacent railroad tracks that serviced it. Bridges over the Schuylkill River and portions of Norristown are also visible., Negative numbers: 1576, 7096, 7097, 7098, 7099.

Dock Street and environs, Society Hill, Philadelphia.
Aerial views of Dock Street in the Society Hill neighborhood of Philadelphia. Views face north from the vicinity of Pine and Front Streets. The Delaware River, Benjamin Franklin Bridge, piers and industrial buildings lining Front Street are visible to the east and the view west extends to 2nd Street. The United States Custom House can also be seen., Negative numbers: 21908s, 21909s, 21913s, 21915s, 21917s., Manuscript note on negative sleeves: Dock St. area, Phila., Pa., (for John P. Donovan Co.), 6-25-41.

Eastern State Penitentiary, Philadelphia.
Aerial view of the Eastern State Penitentiary, looking southeast and including a view of Center City. Built 1823-1836 after designs by John Haviland., Negative number: 17482n., Negative dated May 16.

[Ellinger Park neighborhood, Fort Washington, Pennsylvania.]
Aerial views of the undeveloped Ellinger Park neighborhood in Fort Washington, Pennsylvania. Real estate developers the Potts brothers purchased the land from the estate of Dr. George Elliger in the 1920's. The view shows an area of land between Bethlehem Pike and the Fort Washington Expressway (Route 309) that has streets but no houses. The area is surrounded by more developed residential areas., Negative numbers: 6614a.

[Event at Municipal Stadium, South Philadelphia, Philadelphia].
Aerial view of an opening event at Municipal Stadium, later known as John F. Kennedy Stadium, on May 1, 1926. People gathered on the field and in the stands, though seats are mostly empty. Stadium was designed by the Philadelphia firm Simon & Simon. Located at 3601 Broad Street in South Philadelphia., Negative numbers: 5813., Manuscript note on negative sleeve: Stadium - Opening of Bay Week, May 1, 1926.

Extreme aerial views southwest Philadelphia
Extreme high-altitude aerial views of southwest Philadelphia taken from Clifton Heights, Pennsylvania looking towards the Schuylkill River., Negative number: 22501., Record created with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

Extreme aerial views of the Holmesburg section of Northeast Philadelphia, Philadelphia.
Extreme aerial views of the Holmesburg section of Northeast Philadelphia. The Delaware River and Pennypack Creek are visible., Negative numbers: 22454s, 22455s.

[Fair, Red Bank, New Jersey].
Aerial view of fair grounds at Red Bank, New Jersey. Crowds of pedestrians walk down a roadway decorated with monument-like statues and flags. The fair grounds are composed of three tents and a raised platform surrounded by a group of spectators. Visible in the surrounding area are parked automobiles, nearby residences, and a body of water., Negative number: 7941.

Farm Solebury Township
Aerial view of a farm at Aquetong Road & Covered Bridge Road in Solebury Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Surrounding croplands and Delware River are visible., Negative number: 4283., Record created with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

Fidelity Mutual Life Insurance Company building, 2501-2515 Fairmount Avenue, Philadelphia.
Aerial views of the Fidelity Mutual Life Insurance Company's building at 2501-2515 Fairmount Avenue under construction. Scaffolding flanks the entrance of the nearly completed building while vehicles move along the streets. Designed by Zantzinger, Borie & Medary, the Art Deco building was constructed 1926-1927. Views show a railroad tunnel and large semicircular factory building on the 2600 block of Pennsylvania Avenue. Nearby row homes are visible., Negative numbers: 7631, 7632, 7633.

Fleet of ships sailing south on the Delaware River, Philadelphia.
Aerial views of a fleet of ships sailing down the Delaware River. Good portions of the riverfronts of Camden and Philadelphia are visible; Center City and the Benjamin Franklin Bridge can be seen in the distance. View looks northwest from the New Jersey side of the river south of Camden., Negative numbers: 6769, 6770.

Former site of Baldwin Locomotive Works, Spring Garden and Broad Streets, Philadelphia.
Aerial view of the former site of Baldwin Locomotive Works, Broad and Spring Garden Streets, Philadelphia. Includes view of the Elverson Building. Baldwin Locomotive Works buildings at this location were demolished in 1937 after the company moved south of Philadelphia to Eddystone, Pa. in 1928., Negative number: 18954n.

Forrest Theatre, Philadelphia, Pa.
Aerial view showing the 1927 demolition of the Forrest Theatre, located at the southeast corner of Broad and Sansom Streets in Philadelphia. The musical theater was built in 1907 after the designs of architects Amos W. Barnes and Marshall & Fox., Negative number:7281.

Frankford High School, N. Phila., Pa.
Aerial view of Frankford High School, located at Oxford Ave. and Wakeling St. in the Frankford section of Philadelphia. Includes nearby row homes., Negative number: 17459n.

Frankford High School, Phila.
Aerial view of Frankford High School, located at Oxford Ave. and Wakeling St. in the Frankford section of Philadelphia. Includes nearby row homes., Negative numbers: 19853s, 19854s.

Franklin and Marshall Institute, Lancaster.
Aerial views of Franklin and Marshall College in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Originally established as Franklin College in 1787, the institution merged with Marshall College (chartered 1836) in 1850. Views show Hartman Hall, completed 1908 for use by Franklin and Marshall Academy and razed 1975. Scholl Observatory (built 1886; demolished 1966) is also visible. Nearby row homes can be seen in the foreground, while plots of farm land are visible in the distance., Negative numbers: 1668, 1769., Record revised with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

Franklin Institute, Philadelphia, Pa.
Aerial view of the Franklin Institute looking south-west towards 30th Street Station. Located at 20th Street and the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, the science museum was built 1929-1931 after the designs of John T. Windrim. Logan Circle, the Academy of Natural Sciences, the Free Library of Philadelphia, and the Schuylkill River are visible., Negative number: 16541n., Negative dated July 31, 1934.

Free Library of Philadelphia, Central Branch.
Free Library of Philadelphia, Central Branch.
Aerial views of the Central Branch of the Free Library of Philadelphia, located at 1901 Vine Street. Built 1917-1925 after the designs of Horace Trumbauer., Negative numbers: 8305, 8306., Negatives dated April 5, 1928., 8305 and 8306 not digitized; negatives are damaged and cannot be scanned.

Friends' Central School.
Aerial view of the Friends' Central School campus at the former residence of Wistar Morris, designed by architect Mantle Fielding and located at 1101 City Avenue in Wynnewood, Pennsylvania. Established in 1845 by the Society of Friends, the Quaker school moved to this location in 1925 from Fifteenth and Race Streets in Philadelphia, where it had been located since 1857. A baseball game takes place on the western edge of the campus. Houses in nearby Overbrook are visible in the distance., Negative number: 5723., Inscribed on negative: 5723

Friends' Central School, City Line & 69th St., Phila. Pa.
Aerial view of the Friends' Central School campus at the former residence of Wistar Morris, designed by architect Mantle Fielding and located at 1101 City Avenue in Wynnewood, Pennsylvania. Established in 1845 by the Society of Friends, the Quaker school moved to this location in 1925 from Fifteenth and Race Streets in Philadelphia, where it had been located since 1857. Houses in nearby Overbrook are visible in the distance., Negative number: 5210.

Galen Hall Hotel Mountain Wing
Aerial views of Galen Hall Hotel, a resort in South Heidelberg Township, Pennsylvania. The resort was originally built by James Skirrow Preston as a health resort. It was sold to the Galen Hall Company in 1911 and it was significantly expanded in 1912 with the addition of the Mountain Wing (pictured). The buliding was destroyed in a fire on April 7, 1963., Negative number: 11182., Record created with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

General Electric Company
View of the General Electric Company building at 59th St. and Elmwood Ave. in Southwest Philadelphia. Photographs probably taken in March 1925 [4684]; December 1926 [7133-a]; and May 1920 [12469]., Negative numbers: 4684; 7133-a; 12469., Record created with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

George School, Newtown, Pa.
Aerial views of the campus and environs of George School, established 1893 in Newtown, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Views depict campus buildings, including the Main Building constructed 1892 after designs by Addison Hutton., Negative numbers: 2739, 2740, 2741., Record revised with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

George School, Newtown, Pa.
Aerial view of the campus and environs of George School, established 1893 in Newtown, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. View depicts campus buildings, including the Main Building constructed 1892 after designs by Addison Hutton., Negative number: 5845.

Germantown Dispensary and Hospital, Germantown, Philadelphia.
Aerial views of the hospital complex. Designed by Cope & Stewardson. Completed 1897. Located at Chew and Penn Streets in Germantown., Negative numbers: 7149n, 7150n, 7155n, 7156n, 7157n, 7158n, 7160n, 7161n, 7162n.

[Girard Avenue Bridge and Pennsylvania Railroad Bridge spanning the Schuylkill River, Philadelphia.]
Aerial view of the Girard Avenue Bridge and Pennsylvania Railroad Bridge (also known as the Mantua Junction Viaduct) spanning the Schuylkill River at Girard Avenue in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. View looks east from the west side of the river at around 34th Street. Pennsylvania Railroad Bridge was designed by engineers John A. Wilson and Alexander C. Shand. A trolley can be seen going over the Girard Avenue Bridge and a train runs over the railroad bridge. Portions of Fairmount Park and industrial buildings are visible in the distance., Negative numbers: 1159., Manuscript note on negative sleeve: Girard Ave. Bridge., Record revised with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

Girard College, N. Phila.
Aerial view of Girard College at Girard Avenue including Founder's Hall and the eastern and western outbuildings. The school buildings, designed by Philadelphia architect Thomas Ustick Walter in the Greek Revival style, were constructed 1833-1847. Girard College was established through a bequest from Stephen Girard, a Philadelphia financier and philanthropist, for the creation of a school for poor white male orphans. It opened in 1848., Negative number: P203.

Girard College, Phila., Pa.
High-altitude aerial view of Girard College at Girard Avenue including Founder's Hall and the eastern and western outbuildings. The school buildings, designed by Philadelphia architect Thomas Ustick Walter in the Greek Revival style, were constructed 1833-1847. Girard College was established through a bequest from Stephen Girard, a Philadelphia financier and philanthropist, for the creation of a school for poor white male orphans. It opened in 1848. Eastern State Penitentiary is visible in the foreground. View looks north and includes North Philadelphia., Negative number: 5376.

Girard College, Phila., Pa.
Girard College, Phila., Pa.
Aerial view of Girard College at Girard Avenue including Founder's Hall and the eastern and western outbuildings. The school buildings, designed by Philadelphia architect Thomas Ustick Walter in the Greek Revival style, were constructed 1833-1847. Girard College was established through a bequest from Stephen Girard, a Philadelphia financier and philanthropist, for the creation of a school for poor white male orphans. It opened in 1848., Negative number: 6176., 6176 not digitized; negative is damaged and cannot be scanned.

Girard College, Phila., Pa.
Aerial view of Girard College at Girard Avenue including Founder's Hall and the eastern and western outbuildings. The school buildings, designed by Philadelphia architect Thomas Ustick Walter in the Greek Revival style, were constructed 1833-1847. Girard College was established through a bequest from Stephen Girard, a Philadelphia financier and philanthropist, for the creation of a school for poor white male orphans. It opened in 1848. Row homes on the surrounding streets are visible., Negative number: 14415n.

[Girard Trust Company Building under construction at Broad Street and Penn Square, Center City, Philadelphia.]
Aerial view of the Girard Trust Company Building under construction. The building was designed by the architecture firm of Furness, Evans & Co. and was later finished by McKim, Meade & White. City Hall, the Lincoln Liberty Building and other buildings adjacent to Penn Square can be seen in some detail. The view faces southeast from a vantage point just northwest of City Hall., Negative number: P194.

[Glen Gery Brick Company factory and environs, Wyomissing, Pennsylvania.]
Aerial view of the Glen Gery Brick factory building and adjacent farmlands and railroad tracks. The Wyomissing plant was built in 1898, the same year the company reorganized as the United States Brick Company. The Wyomissing facility applied the continuous firing process in what was then the largest brick kiln in the United States. View is from southeast to northwest. Location is immediately across Park Rd. from Vanity Fair textile mill along the Reading Railroad tracks. Probably taken September 12-16, 1922., Negative numbers: 2772., Record revised with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

Graterford State Correctional Institution.
Aerial view of the Graterford State Correctional Institution and surrounding area in Graterford, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. Built 1928-1934 near the Perkiomen Creek. Depicts construction of buildings within the prison walls., Negative number: 14528n.

Graterford State Correctional Institution.
Aerial view showing the construction of the Graterford State Correctional Institution in Graterford, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. Built 1928-1934 near the Perkiomen Creek. Construction equipment and vehicles are visible. Workers can be seen along the perimeter of the high exterior walls., Negative number: 9114.

Hamilton Watch Company
Aerial view of the Hamilton Watch Company complex at Columbia and North West End Avenues in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Surrounding homes and buildings are visible, along with croplands in the distance., Negative number: 1670., Record created with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

Haverford Grammar School.
Aerial view of the Haverford School, located at 450 Lancaster Ave. in Haverford, Pa. Depicts circular driveway in front of school buildings, and nearby residences. Pennsylvania Railroad line and Haverford Station can be seen in the distance. Founded in 1884 as the Haverford College Grammar School. Renamed Haverford School around 1916 after it severed ties with the college., Negative number: 2756., Record revised with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

Heintz Manufacturing Company plant, Olney Avenue and Front Street, Olney, Philadelphia.
Aerial views of the Heintz Manufacturing Company steel fabricating plant in the Onley section of Philadelphia. The factory and its watertower can be seen from several angles adjacent to railroad tracks, surrounded by rowhomes and undeveloped land., Negative numbers: 11295, 11296, 11297, 11298, 11300, 11301, 11302.

Heinz Pickle Company plant, Salem, New Jersey.
Aerial views of the Heinz Pickle Company factory showing the food processing facility along the banks of the Salem River in Salem, New Jersey., Negative numbers: 11127a, 11128a.

Henry Avenue Bridge construction, Philadelphia.
Henry Avenue Bridge construction, Philadelphia.
Aerial views of the Henry Avenue Bridge (also known as the Wissahickon Memorial Bridge) under construction. The bridge spans Wissahickon Creek at Lincoln Drive and Henry Avenue and was built from 1930-1932 after designs by Ralph Modjeski and and Paul Cret. Areas of the city to the north and east of the bridge are also visible., Negative numbers: 13961n, 13963n, 14393n.

High altitude views of Atlantic City, New Jersey and environs.
Aerial and vertical views of the New Jersey coastline, mainly Atlantic City, taken from a very high altitude. Atlantic City can be seen almost in its entirety and the Absecon Inlet is also visible., Negative numbers: 19573n, 19574n, 19578n.

Hog Island shipyard, Philadelphia.
Aerial views of the shipyard at Hog Island in Philadelphia. Industrial buildings and sheds, railroad tracks and shipbuilding equipment can be seen from several angles and many boats and ships are docked in the harbor., Negative numbers: 1211, 1216, 1387, 1388, 2851., Record revised with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

Holmesburg Prison, Philadelphia.
Aerial view of Holmesburg Prison, opened in 1896 on Torresdale Avenue in the Holmesburg section of Philadelphia. Shows central rotunda, from which eight blocks of cells extend. Designed by Wilson Brothers & Co. The prison closed in 1995., Negative number: 2526a., Record revised with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

Hotels along the Boardwalk, Atlantic City, New Jersey.
Aerial views of the Boardwalk in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Views are taken from a lower vantage point so that several hotels and surrounding areas can be seen in some detail., Negative numbers: 6201, 6202, P240, P241, P244.

[Housing development in the vicinity of Castor and Frankfort Avenues, Mayfair, Philadelphia.]
Aerial views of housing and real estate development located around the intersection of Cottman and Frankford Avenues in Philadelphia. View faces north from a vantage point just south of the intersection. Adjacent farmlands are visible., Negative numbers: 18262n.

[Inauguration of Governor Arthur H. James at the Pennsylvania State Capitol Building in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania].
Aerial views of the inauguration of Arthur H. James as Pennsylvania's governor outside the State Capitol building in downtown Harrisburg on January 17, 1939. James served as Governor from 1939-1943. Crowds of people gather on the steps of the Capitol, in the open area in front of the building, and on adjacent 3rd and State Streets. The ground is snow-covered. The Capitol, designed by architect Joseph H. Huston, is visible in its entirety, as is the area immediately surrounding it., Negative number: 19538n., Manuscript note on negative sleeve: James' Inauguration, Harrisburg, Pa, Jan. 17, 1939.

[Independent Pier Company, Tioga Marine Terminal, Delaware Avenue at Tioga Street, Port Richmond, Philadelphia.]
Aerial views of the Independent Pier Company at the Tioga Marine Terminal along the Delware River in Philadelphia. Adjacent pier are visible and a large ship is docked at the facility. Businesses lining Delaware Avenue just west of the riverfront can be seen as well., Negative numbers: 16099n., Manuscript note on negative sleeve: Independent Pier Co., Phila, Pa., October 19, 1933.

Indian Head Park Beach on Perkiomen Creek, Oaks, Pennsylvania.
Aerial views of Indian Head Park Beach on Perkiomen Creek. The location was the site of W.M. Keyser's Mill, which was sold to the park in 1918. Views show several buildings of various sizes alongside the creek at the site of a small dam., Negative numbers: 6834, 6835., Text included in image: Indian Head Park Beach; "On the Perkiomen"; Oaks, Penna.; Dancing, Roller Skating, Bathing, Boating and Canoeing; Inn and Picnic Pavillion.

Industrial piers on the Delaware River, Camden, New Jersey.
Aerial views of industrial piers on the Camden waterfront. Campbell's Soups pier and R.C.A.-Victor Talking Machine Company facilities are visible along with railroad tracks and other industrial facilities further south along the Delaware River., Negative numbers: 1342, 1343., Record revised with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

[Industrial waterfront along the Delaware River, Camden, New Jersey.]
Aerial views of industrial facilities on the Camden, New Jersey waterfront along the Delaware River. Residential areas near the waterfront are also visible., Negative numbers: 7993., Manuscript note on negative sleeve: Camden Water Front, 12/10/1927.

Inland views of Absecon Island, New Jersey.
Aerial views of Atlantic City, Ventnor City, Margate City and Longwood on Absecon Island, New Jersey. Western and southern vantage points provide views of residential areas, undeveloped land, inland waterways and marshlands on the west (inland) side of the island. The coastline and Atlantic Ocean can be seen in the distance., Negative numbers: 5948, 5949, 5950, 5952, 5953, 5955, 5956, 5957, 5963.

[James Weldon Johnson Homes and environs, North Philadelphia, Philadelphia.]
Aerial views of the construction of the James Weldon Johnson Homes, a low rent housing project consisting of 535 dwelling units in 59 buildings (including a Community Building) built on 19.4 gross acres. The first tenants moved into the project on October 1, 1940. At the time of completion, the project was owned by the Philadelphia Housing Authority. Designed by architect William Pope Barney and Frank R. Watson. Located at 2500 West Norris Street in North Philadelphia. Surrounding row homes to the south and east are visible for some distance., Negative numbers: 20754s.

Jefferson Hospital, 10th & Walnut Streets, Philadelphia.
Aerial views of Jefferson Hospital and surrounding area., Negative numbers: P142, P143, P144, P145.

Junior High School No. 3, Trenton, New Jersey.
Aerial view of Trenton Junior High School No. 3, located at 1001 West State Street in Trenton, New Jersey. Depicts a large front building adorned with a clock tower, flanked by two identical smaller buildings set back on each side with entrances marked by columns. Built 1924. Nearby residences and the Delaware River are visible., Negative number: 11311.

Knickerbocker Lime Co.
Aerial view of the Knickerbocker Lime and Mortar Company factory plant in Mill Lane, Pennsylvania, near Malvern. Depicts strip mining facilities, including processing plants, silos, smokestacks, railroad tracks and freight cars, and quarrying activity. The surrounding area is mostly open land, with some residences and farms visible. The company, part of the Van Sciver Corporation, operated here from 1899 to 1929 and also maintained two offices and depots in Philadelphia. Views are southeast to northwest [2864, 2867], east to west [2865] and south to north [2868]., Negative numbers: 2864, 2865, 2867, 2868., Record revised with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

Langhorne Speedway under construction
Aerial view of the Langhorne Speedway under construction. Opened in 1926, it was the first one-mile dirt track built specifically for automobile racing. In this southwest-to-northeast view, grandstand seating is visible, as are Route 1 and Woodbourne Road. Probably taken June 1926. The final race was held at the speedway in 1971., Negative number: 6016., Record created with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

The Lawrenceville School, Lawrenceville, New Jersey.
Aerial views showing the Lawrenceville School's campus, including Fathers' Building, Memorial Hall, the landscaped "Circle" around which dormitories stand, and tennis courts. The school was founded in 1810 as Maidenhead Academy, and after several other names was refounded as the Lawrenceville School in 1883. Also in the 1880s the school expanded and erected new residential and academic buildings after designs by the firm Peabody & Stearns, with landscaping done by Frederick Law Olmsted., Negative numbers: 6010, 6011, 6012, 6013, 6014., 6013 not digitized; similar view to 6010

The Lawrenceville School, Lawrenceville, New Jersey.
Aerial views showing the Lawrenceville School's campus, particularly the golf course and nearby buildings. The school was founded in 1810 as Maidenhead Academy, and after several other names was refounded as the Lawrenceville School in 1883. Also in the 1880s the school expanded and erected new residential and academic buildings after designs by the firm Peabody & Stearns, with landscaping done by Frederick Law Olmsted., Negative numbers: 1219, 1244., Record revised with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

Leeds and Northrup Company plant, 4901 Stenton Avenue, Nicetown-Tioga, Philadelphia.
Aerial views of the Leeds and Northrup plant and laboratory in the Nicetown-Tioga section of Philadelphia. The company was founded by Morris E. Leeds and Edwin F. Northrup in 1903. Originally known as Morris E. Leeds & Company, the organization produced electrical measuring instruments for laboratory and testing use and was an important supplier of this equipment to industrial markets. In the late 1990's, the company became the L&N Metallurgical Products Company. The facility consists of several buildings and sits alongside railroad tracks very near a residential area with row homes., Negative numbers: 11312, 11313, 11314, 11315, 11316, 11319.

Lehigh University, Bethlehem, Pa.
Aerial view showing Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Depicts campus buildings, nearby residences and industrial areas, and bridges spanning the Lehigh River. Lehigh University was founded in 1865 by Asa Packer., Negative number: 4506., Record revised with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

Location of the Halls-Mills murders crime scene, Somerville, New Jersey.
Aerial views of the site of the murders of Eleanor Reinhardt Mills, the wife of a New Brunswick janitor, and Edward Wheeler Hall, a New Brunswick Episcopal priest, known as the Halls-Mills murders. The bodies were found at this site in Somerville near New Brunswick, New Jersey on September 16, 1922. The trial began in Somerville in November, 1926, and lasted 30 days. It garnered huge national attention in the newspapers and on radio but in the end no convictions were made and the case remains unsolved., Negative numbers: 6589, 6590.

Lower Merion schools, Penna.
Aerial view of Lower Merion Senior High School and Ardmore Junior High School, located at 245 East Montgomery Avenue in Ardmore, Pennsylvania. The high school moved to this location in 1911, and the junior high school building was added in 1922. Includes surrounding property and nearby residences. The high school was demolished and replaced by an updated building in 1963 and the junior high school was demolished in 1992., Negative number: 5191.

Luckenbach Lines steamship on the Delaware River, South Philadelphia, Philadelphia.
Aerial views of a Luckenbach Lines ship sailing and docked in the Delaware River. Piers and industrial facilities are visible along the riverfront at Delaware Avenue between Snyder and Oregon Avenues. Various types of boats and watercraft sail on the river. The Philadelphia skyline can be seen in the distance., Negative numbers: 5177, 5178, 5183.

Marshall Farm, Abington Township, Pennsylvania
Aerial views of the Marshall Farm in Abington Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. Farm located on what is now Sharpless Road in Meadowbrook, Pennsylvania. Revelation and Meadowbrook Roads and Washington Lane are visible. Bryn Athyn Cathedral can be seen in the distance in 1322., Negative numbers: 1318; 1322; 1329., Record created with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

McCahan Sugar Refining Co.
Aerial views from different directions and altitudes of the W.J. McCahan Sugar Refining Company between Tasker and Morris Streets along the Delaware River in Philadelphia. Views show vessels docked on piers, activity on wharves, and warehouse and factory buildings. The refinery was erected 1892-1893., Negative numbers: 5399, 5431, 5804, 5805, 5807, 6114, 6115, 6117., Negatives 5804, 5805, and 5807 dated May 5, 1926., 6114 and 6115 not digitized; similar view to 6117.

Mercer Automobile Company
Aerial views of the the Mercer Automobile Company factory plant on Whitehead Road in Hamilton Township, New Jersey, north of Trenton. Mercer was an American automobile manufacturer from 1909 until 1925 notable for its high-performance cars, especially the Type 35 Raceabout. View shows several buildings and water towers that comprise the factory surrounded by a scattering of buildings, some likely residential, spread across a relatively open landscape., Negative number: 1220., Record created with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

Metropolitan Edison Power Plant
Aerial view of the Metropolitan Edison electric power plant along the Schuylkill River in West Reading, Cumru Township, Pennsylvania. View is southwest to northeast with the city of Reading, Pennsylvania visible in the background. A number of other factories, smokestacks, railroad tracks and a bridge are also visible. Image probably taken November 1928., Negative number: 9110., Record created with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

Montgomery County Court House and annex, Norristown, Pennsylvania.
Aerial views of the Montgomery County Courthouse and annex in Norristown, Pennsylvania. The courthouse was built from 1853-1856 and was designed by architect Napoleon LeBrun. The dome was added in 1902, designed by the architecture firm Schermerhorn & Reinhold. The annex was added from 1926-1930 and was designed by architecture firm Rankin & Kellog. View looks towards the courthouse from the west and areas of Norristown surrounding the building are also visible., Negative numbers: 11481, 11483, 11490, 11491.

Moon development, Morrisville, Pennsylvania.
Aerial views of a large house being constructed in an area of sparse residential development in Morrisville, Pennsylvania. The Delaware River, a more densely populated area of Morrisville, and Trenton, New Jersey are all visible in the distance., Negative numbers: 6451, 6452.

Morrisville Yard, Morrisville, New Jersey. [graphic].
Aerial view of the Morrisville Yard, a rail yard originally used by the Pennsylvania Railroad for freight trains. The yard is now used by New Jersey Transit rail operations. Images show views of the yard surrounded by farms and croplands. View (1226) from the southwest from west of the Five Points/Fallsington area. View (1227) shows a major curve in tracks as they turn northeast with Morrisville and possibly Trenton in the background., Negative numbers: 1226, 1227., Record created with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

[Municipal Auditorium, 34th Street and Civic Center Boulevard, West Philadelphia, Philadelphia].
Aerial views of the Municipal Auditorium under construction. The facility was also known as Convention Hall and later as Civic Center Auditorium. The building was designed in the Art Deco style by the architect Philip H. Johnson and was demolished in 2005. View is facing northwest and shows the structure about 50 percent complete, with portions of the University of Pennsylvania campus visible in the distance., Negative number: 13242n., Manuscript note on negative sleeve: Convention Hall, W. Phila. Pa., Sept. 26, 1930.

[Municipal Court Building under Construction, 1801 Vine Street, Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia].
Aerial views of the Municipal Court Building under construction in June, 1939. Building was designed in the classical revival style by architects John T. Windrim and Morton Keast. View looks southwest from the vicinity of 17th and Callowhill. The Benjamin Franklin Parkway is visible from Logan Circle to just beyond 22nd Street. Major features of the parkway can be seen, including the Free Library of Philadelphia and the Franklin Institute. The view to the west stretches to 30th Street Station and the Schuylkill River., Negative number: 19826s., Manuscript note on negative sleeve: Municipal Court Bldg. under construction, Logan Circle - Phila., June 26, 1939.

Municipal Stadium in preparation for the Sesqui-Centennial International Exhibition, South Philadelphia, Philadelphia.
Aerial views of Municipal Stadium, later known as John F. Kennedy Stadium, in 1926 as it is being prepared for the Sesqui-Centennial International Exposition. A stage is being constructed at one end of the field and a few people are in the stands. Broad Street and other areas of the exposition site are also visible. Stadium was designed by the Philadelphia firm Simon & Simon. Located at 3601 Broad Street in South Philadelphia., Negative numbers: 6105, 6276, 6287, 6291.

Municipal Stadium under construction, South Philadelphia, Philadelphia.
Aerial views of Municipal Stadium, later known as John F. Kennedy Stadium, under construction in 1925 in preparation for the Sesqui-Centennial International Exhibition the following year. Designed by the Philadelphia firm Simon & Simon. Broad Street and the Delaware River are also visible. Located at 3601 Broad Street in South Philadelphia. The stadium was demolished in 1992., Negative numbers: 4826a, 4826b, 4828a, 4829a, 4831, 5214, 5406-5409, 5413.

Naval Shipyard, League Island, Philadelphia.
Aerial views of the Naval Shipyard on League Island at the base of Broad Street in South Philadelphia. Buildings, facilities and equipment are visible on the island and a variety of types of ships can be seen docked in the harbor. Municipal Stadium (later John F. Kennedy Stadium) and South Philadelphia are visible in the murky distance in some shots., Negative numbers: 1346, 2793, 5918, 5923., Record revised with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

New Central High School and La Salle University, Phila., Pa.
Aerial views showing the campuses of Central High School and La Salle University in the Logan (or Olney) section of Philadelphia. Depicts school and university buildings, as well as row homes in the vicinity of Olney and Ogontz avenues. Central High School was designed by Irwin T. Catharine and built 1937-1939., Negative numbers: 19839s, 19841s, 20940n., Negatives 19839s and 19841s dated June 26, 1939., Negative 20940n dated May 12, 1940.

[New Jersey coastline from Margate City to Brigantine.]
Aerial view of the New Jersey coastline taken from an extremely high altitude. The expanse of shoreline and adjacent inland areas can be seen roughly from Margate City to Brigantine. View is facing east towards Atlantic City from a vantage point in the vicinity of Northfield, New Jersey and is far enough west that Lakes Bay is visible in its entirety. Because of the high vantage point, many physical geographic features of the area can be seen but residential areas and other developments appear very small., Negative numbers: 15219n., Manuscript note on negative sleeve: Atlantic City, NJ, October 27, 1931.

New Jersey State Prison, Trenton.
Aerial views of the New Jersey State Prison in Trenton. Groups of men stand around an outdoor recreation area, which includes a baseball diamond., Negative numbers: P108-P111.

New Olney High School, N. Phila.
Aerial views showing Olney High School under construction. Located at North Front Street and Duncannon Avenue in the Olney section of Philadelphia, the building was designed by Irwin T. Catharine in the Academic Gothic style. Includes views of nearby rowhomes., Negative numbers: 12618, 12619.

New York Shipbuilding Corporation, Camden, New Jersey.
Aerial views of the New York Shipbuilding Corporation on the Camden, New Jersey waterfront along the Delaware River. The shipbuilding facilities can be seen from several angles in both close-up and distant views. Adjacent railroad tracks and neighborhoods are also visible and other parts of Camden can be seen in the distance. The company launched its first ship in 1901 and its last in 1967., Negative numbers: 1683, 1685, 2516, 7204, 7206, 7207., Record revised with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

N.J. State Colored Home, Vineland, N.J., Aug. 27, 1930.
Aerial view of an institution, probably an African American nursing home and surrounding grounds., Title from negative sleeve., 13015 not digitized; similar view to P102; P102 includes entire house in lower portion of negative., Added to African Americana Digital Collection through a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services as administered by the Pennsylvania Department of Education through the Office of the Commonwealth Libraries, and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Tom Corbett, Governor, 2013-2014.

Nolde and Horst
Aerial view of the Nolde and Horst Company hosiery plant located at Moss and Windsor Streets in Reading, Pennsylvania. Row houses and other buildings surround the factory. View is northwest to southeast. Factory built ca. 1900. Probably taken September 12-16, 1922., Negative number: 2769., Record created with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

Norristown State Hospital, Norristown, Pennsylvania.
Aerial views of the Norristown State Hospital campus and surrounding farmlands. Opened in 1880 as Pennsylvania's first state inpatient psychiatric facility. Buildings were constructed in the "cottage" model, with separate structures above ground that were interconnected by a series of tunnels underground. This model allowed patients to be separated and treated according to their level of functionality., Negative numbers: 1772, 1678, 1805., Record revised with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

[North Philadelphia waterfront looking south along the Delaware River, Philadelphia.]
Aerial views of the Delaware River looking south from the Camden, New Jersey side of the river from a low altitude. Ships and industrial facilities are visible and the Philadelphia city skyline can be seen in the distance., Negative numbers: 14734n., Manuscript note on negative sleeve: N. Phila Waterfront & Delaware River, Phila, Pa., July 12, 1931 (city in background).

Ocean City, New Jersey.
Aerial views of Ocean City, New Jersey looking northeast towards Great Egg Harbor Inlet and Longport. The entire northeast portion of the island is visible, as are portions of Great Egg Harbor Bay and the Atlantic Ocean., Negative numbers: 5945, 5946.

Ocean County forest fire, New Jersey. [graphic].
Aerial view shows smoke most likely from the Ocean County forest fire on May 4, 1930 that destroyed part of the town of Forked River. View of Forked River from east to west looking across Barnegat Bay from the vicinity of what is now Island Beach State Park, a portion of which is also visible., Negative numbers: 12387., Record created with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

Ogontz School
Aerial view of the Ogontz School located in Rydal, Abington Township. Depicts a three-story L-shaped building surrounded by trees and open fields. Originally founded in 1850 as the Chestnut Street Female Seminary (in Philadelphia), the school moved to Elkins Park in 1883 and changed its name to the Ogontz School for Young Ladies. In 1917 it relocated to Rydal and became known as the Ogontz School until it closed in 1950 and gave the property to Pennsylvania State College., Negative number: 1351.

Overbrook High School.
Aerial view of Overbrook High School under construction. Located at 59th Street and Lancaster Avenue, the school was built 1924-1926 in the Academic Gothic style after designs by Irwin T. Catharine. View includes Pennsylvania Railroad tracks and rowhomes in the surrounding area., Negative number: 5216.

Overbrook Seminary.
Aerial views of the grounds of Saint Charles Borromeo Seminary located at 100 East Wynnewood Road. Shows original seminary building built 1864-1871 and library opened in 1911. The outline of a baseball diamond can be seen on the lawn. St. Charles Borromeo, founded in 1832 by Rt. Rev. Francis P. Kenrick, tenanted several locations in Philadelphia before relocating to Overbrook in 1871., Negative numbers: 1146, 1179, 1430, 1869., Record revised with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

Penn Charter School.
Aerial views of William Penn Charter School located in the East Falls neighborhood of Philadelphia. Depicts main school building, athletic fields, and surrounding residences. The co-educational Quaker school was established in 1689 by William Penn., Negative numbers: 5393, 5877, 5878.

[Penn Hardware Company foundry and environs, Reading, Pennsylvania.]
Aerial view of the Penn Hardware Company plant at the foot of Spruce Street between the canal and the Schuylkill River in Reading, Pennsylvania. The company was founded in 1877 by two brothers, C. Raymond and Albert A. Heizmann. This view shows the factory from the south with the river, bridges and other areas of Reading visible in the distance. Probably taken September 12-16, 1922., Negative numbers: 2758., Record revised with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

Pennsylvania and Reading Railroad terminus on the Delaware River, vicinity of Lehigh Avenue and Richmond Street, Port Richmond, Philadelphia.
Aerial views of the terminus of the Pennsylvania and Reading Railroad at Port Richmond, Philadelphia. Railroad ends at the Delaware River, where an extensive network of railroad tracks, piers and industrial buildings are visible along the riverfront, many of which served the coal trade. Large ships are visible on the river and portions of the city to the north and west of the terminus can be seen in the distance., Negative numbers: 2841, 2842, 4862., Record revised with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

Pennsylvania Institution for the Deaf and Dumb.
Aerial view of the Mt. Airy campus of the Pennsylvania Institution for the Deaf and Dumb (later renamed Pennsylvania School for the Deaf). Constructed circa 1890 after designs by Cope & Stewardson and Wilson Brothers & Company, the school operated at this location from 1892 until 1984, when it relocated to Germantown. The school was established by David Sexias in Center City in 1820. View includes residences and adjacent railroad tracks. Looks northeast towards Montgomery County., Negative number: 1536., Record revised with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

[Pennsylvania Railroad, Manayunk Bridge, Spanning Schuylkill River & Green Lane, Manayunk, Philadelphia.]
Aerial views of the Pennsylvania Railroad's Manayunk Bridge spanning the Schuylkill River at Green Lane in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Today, the bridge also spans the Schuylkill Expressway (I-76). View looks southeast towards Manayunk from Green Lane, with the Green Lane automobile bridge also visible. Beginning stages of construction projects are visible on the west bank of the river at Green Lane., Negative numbers: 8844., Manuscript note on negative sleeve: Manayunk Bridge, Manayunk.

Pennsylvania State Capitol, Harrisburg.
Aerial views of the Pennsylvania State Capitol building located at 3rd and State Streets in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. The building was designed by architect Joseph M. Huston of Philadelphia. Includes views of the capitol from several angles so that much of Harrisburg is visible in the distance., Negative numbers: 1472, 1483, 5772., Record revised with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

[Philadelphia & Reading Railroad, Delaware River Bridge, Spanning Delaware River, West of Rotary Island, Yardley, Pennsylvania.]
Aerial views of the Philadelphia & Reading Railroad's Delaware River Bridge (also known as the Yardley Bridge and the West Trenton Railroad Bridge) spanning the Delaware River west of Rotary Island between Yardley, Bucks County, Pennsylvania and West Trenton, Mercer County, New Jersey. The bridge was designed by engineers Edwin Chamberlain and William Hunter and was built by F.W. Talbot Construction Company from 1911-1913. A steam locomotive travels over the bridge and surrounding farmlands are also visible., Negative numbers: 5529., Manuscript note on negative sleeve: Mercer Co.

[Philadelphia and Reading Railroad facilities, Reading, Pennsylvania.]
Aerial view of the Philadelphia and Reading Railroad Company's railroad shop, yard and railroad tracks in Reading, Pennsylvania. Residential areas adjacent to the yard, farmlands and fairgrounds are visible in the distance. Seventh St. view is south to north. Probably taken September 12-16, 1922., Negative numbers: 2757., Record revised with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

Philadelphia House of Correction.
Aerial views of the Philadelphia House of Correction, opened in 1874 in the Holmesburg section of Philadelphia. Depicts the razing of the original building and construction of a new facility using the old materials., Negative numbers: 5489-5492.

Philadelphia House of Correction.
Aerial view of the Philadelphia House of Correction, opened in 1874 in the Holmesburg section of Philadelphia. Depicts the razing of the original building and construction of a new facility using the old materials. Holmesburg Prison can be seen in the distance., Negative number: 5458.

Philadelphia House of Correction.
Aerial view of the Philadelphia House of Correction, opened in 1874 in the Holmesburg section of Philadelphia. Depicts the razing of the original building and construction of a new facility using the old materials., Negative number: 5602a.

Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Aerial views showing the Philadelphia Museum of Art under construction. Designed by Horace Trumbauer and the firm of Zantzinger, Borie, and Medary, the museum was built from 1919 to 1928 near the Schuylkill River., Negative numbers: 5493, 5494.

Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Aerial views showing the Philadelphia Museum of Art, built 1919-1928 after designs by Horace Trumbauer and the firm of Zantzinger, Borie, and Medary., Negative numbers: 12549-12555., Negatives dated May 22, 1930., 12553 not digitized; negative is damaged and cannot be scanned.

Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Aerial view showing the Philadelphia Museum of Art under construction. Designed by Horace Trumbauer and the firm of Zantzinger, Borie, and Medary, the museum was built from 1919 to 1928 near the Schuylkill River. View looking southeast includes Center City to the Delaware River., Negative number: 5915.

Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Aerial view showing the Philadelphia Museum of Art under construction. Designed by Horace Trumbauer and the firm of Zantzinger, Borie, and Medary, the museum was built from 1919 to 1928 near the Schuylkill River. Construction materials are visible around the perimeter of the building., Negative number: 6277.

Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Aerial view showing the Philadelphia Museum of Art under construction, including scaffolding on the front facade. Designed by Horace Trumbauer and the firm of Zantzinger, Borie, and Medary, the museum was built from 1919 to 1928 near the Schuylkill River., Negative number: 7290., 7290 not digitized; negative is damaged and cannot be scanned.

Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Aerial view showing the Philadelphia Museum of Art, built near the Schuylkill River 1919-1928 after designs by Horace Trumbauer and the firm of Zantzinger, Borie, and Medary. View includes part of West Philadelphia., Negative number: P276., Negative dated September 18, 1931.

Philadelphia Protectorate for Boys.
Aerial views of the Philadelphia Protectorate for Boys located near Audubon, Lower Providence Township, Pennsylvania. Depicts grounds and environs of institution, including the main u-shaped, multi-storied brick building and courtyard populated with bystanders. Founded in 1898 by Catholic Archbishop Patrick John Ryan, the reformatory was established to protect, educate, and train boys in useful arts and handicrafts. Renamed Saint Gabriel's Hall in the 1960s., Negative numbers: 1566, 1895, 2538-o., Record revised with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

Philadelphia showing Girard College.
Aerial view of Philadelphia's Fairmount neighborhood, looking east from East Fairmount Park (foreground) to the Delaware River (background). View shows Girard College, the Corinthian Avenue Reservoir, and Eastern State Penitentiary in the distance. Also shows a railroad tunnel bordering the park. Row homes and factories are visible., Negative number: 1651., Record revised with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

Piers on the Delaware River south of the Benjamin Franklin Bridge, South Philadelphia, Philadelphia.
Aerial views of the piers along the Delaware River riverfront south of the Benjamin Franklin Bridge (formerly the Delaware River Bridge). Various types of boats are visible on the river, as are both the Camden, New Jersey and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania riverfronts. Views extend as far south as Oregon and Pattison Avenues., Negative numbers: 21737s, 21739s, 21740s.

Port of Wilmington, Wilmington, Delaware.
Aerial views of the Port of Wilmington showing marine cargo sheds and marine terminals, stacks of shipping containers and other industrial buildings and facilities related to the shipping industry. One cargo ship is docked. Construction of the port was completed in 1922 and it officially opened in 1923. The port is located at the confluence of the Delaware and Christina Rivers., Negative numbers: 4729, 4730, 4731, 4732, 6158, 6159., 4729 not digitized; negative is similar to 4732., 4730 not digitized; negative is damaged and cannot be scanned.

Princeton, N.J.
Aerial views of the campus of Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey. Chartered 1746 as the College of New Jersey. Name changed to Princeton University in 1896. Depicts many campus buildings and two views (6020 and 6021) show nearby stadium., Negative numbers: 6019-6021.

Princeton University.
Aerial views of the campus of Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey. Chartered 1746 as the College of New Jersey. Name changed to Princeton University in 1896. Depicts many campus buildings and two views (1228 and 1253) show nearby railroad station., Negative numbers: 1228-1230, 1253., Record revised with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

Princeton University Graduate College.
Aerial view of the Princeton University Graduate College located in Princeton, New Jersey. The ensemble of connected residential and dining halls were built in 1913 solely for the use of postgraduate students. Designs by Cram, Goodhue & Ferguson., Negative number: 1234., Record revised with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.

Pages