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[100 steps, lower Wissahickon Creek, Manayunk] [graphic].
View of the 100 steps from the Wissahickon Creek. A small waterfall is visible in the foreground, and large houses along Freeland Avenue are perched at the top of the hill overlooking the creek., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Academy of the Sacred Heart, Chapel]
[Academy of the Sacred Heart, Chapel]
Interior., Location: 1819 Arch Street., Moved to Haverford & City Line Aves. in 1924. Currently, Country Day School of the Sacred Heart, 4080 Bryn Mawr Ave., Retrospective conversion record: original entry.

[Alice Berry photographing Walter N. and Elizabeth Berry, 201 Righter Street, Manayunk] [graphic].
Depicts the photographer's oldest daughter, Alice Berry, with a camera, photographing her two younger siblings, Walter N. and Elizabeth, who sit on the porch steps of their home in Manayunk., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Alice Berry, with cat] [graphic].
Depicts a dark-haired cat perched on an unidentifiable surface in the foreground, and the photographer's daughter, Alice Berry, attired in a light colored dress with a large bow in her hair, looking at the camera from the background., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Beach scene, with boardwalk, New Jersey?] [graphic].
Depicts people strolling along the beach, with a view of the boardwalk in the distance, including a pavilion with "Clabby's" written on the side. View includes a caucasian man and an African American woman wearing bathing suits, talking to a man attired in a suit and hat. An unidentified pier is visible in the distance., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame., Part of digital collections catalog 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.

[Beach scene, with "Lipschutz's 44 Cigars" sailboat, New Jersey?] [graphic].
Depicts a family sitting on the beach, looking out at the ocean. Includes a man sitting with a young child next to a wheelchair, two women, and a young boy. A passing sailboat has an advertisement for "Lipschutz's 44 Cigars" on the sail. Other sailboats are visible in the distance., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Boy photographing another young boy, 201 Righter Street, Manayunk] [graphic].
Depicts a boy hunched over a camera as he photographs another young boy, who is seated in a rocking chair, reading a book in the backyard of the photographer's residence at 201 Righter Street in Manayunk., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Boys fishing in the Wissahickon Creek, near the Ridge Avenue and Philadelphia & Reading Railroad bridges, Manayunk] [graphic].
View of four boys fishing, including the photographer's son, Walter N. Berry, off of the rocky banks of the creek. Two bridges are visible in the distance, the Ridge Avenue Bridge in the foreground and the taller stone, arched bridge of the Philadelphia & Reading Railroad in the background., Construction of the railroad bridge (also known as the Wissahickon Creek Viaduct or High Stone Bridge) was begun in 1874 by the Philadelphia and Reading Railroad. Due to budgetary constraints, construction was halted and later completed from 1881-1882., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Cement wall and plants] [graphic].
Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Children sledding on the 200 block of Righter Street, Manayunk] [graphic].
Depicts children, probably included are the photographer's children, Frank W. and Alice Berry, sledding down the incline of a cobblestone street, which is flanked by row houses on the right and an open wooded area on the left. A grocery store is visible in the distance at the corner of Righter and Osborn streets., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Christmas tree, interior, 201 Righter Street, Manayunk] [graphic].
Views of an ornamented Christmas tree in the corner of a room in the photographer's home., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Corn husks in piles on the side of a road] [graphic].
Depicts piles of corn husks, possibly as part of a local harvest festival, or decoration for the Halloween season., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Cresheim Creek Bridge, near Devil's Pool, Fairmount Park] [graphic].
Depicts the stone arch bridge that carries a city pipeline over Devil's Pool, along with a wooden pedestrian bridge spanning Cresheim Creek. The waterfalls of Cresheim Creek merge into Devil's Pool, an area surrounded by large jagged rocks and boulders. A thatch-roof pavilion made of interwoven logs and branches is visible near the pedestrian bridge in the background., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Dirt trail along the Wissahickon Creek, Fairmount Park] [graphic].
Depicts a dirt trail flanked by bare trees; a view away from the trail showing bare trees on a downward slope; and a group of men sitting on a bench on the side of the trail in the distance., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Dirt trail near Wissahickon Creek, Fairmount Park] [graphic].
View of a bare tree-lined dirt trail curving in the distance to follow the path of the Wissahickon Creek., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Duck pond with swans, Fairmount Park] [graphic].
View of ducks and swans wading in an unidentified stone-lined lake, presumably one of several lakes in Fairmount Park., Title from negative sleeve., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Elizabeth Berry photographing Alice Berry in a rocking chair, 201 Righter Street, Manayunk] [graphic].
Depicts the photographer's youngest daughter, Elizabeth Berry, taking a photograph of her older sister, Alice, who sits in a rocking chair in the backyard of their home in Manayunk. A cobblestone path runs behind the house, and a wooden fence separates the property from those in the background., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

["Faith works" model sailboat in an unidentified church] [graphic].
Depicts a large "Faith works" sailboat model, with five smaller replicas in the foreground. The display is situated between two columns of the church, behind a wooden lectern. Potted plants and vases with flowers surround the display., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Family portrait in a backyard, Manayunk] [graphic].
A family poses for the photographer in an unidentified backyard. Includes a man, two women and three children, the relationship between all of them is unclear. A nearby dwelling is visible in the background., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Fishing near the Pavilion Sun Parlor] [graphic].
View of men fishing from a rocky shore line, probably in New Jersey, showing the Pavilion Sun Parlor on a pier jutting out into the ocean., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Footpath through the snow, Wissahickon, Fairmount Park] [graphic].
View of a footpath through the snow, surrounded by bare trees, leading deeper into the park. Photographer looking toward entrance, showing homes in the distance., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Frank W. Berry blowing bubbles on the porch of 201 Righter Street, Manayunk] [graphic].
Depicts the photographer's son, Frank W. Berry, blowing a large bubble from a pipe, holding a cup of soap in his right hand. He stands on the front porch of the family home in Manayunk., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Frank W. Berry riding bicycle downhill on cobblestone street, Manayunk] [graphic].
Depicts the photographer's oldest son, Frank W. Berry, riding a bicycle downhill on a wide, cobblestone street that ends at the intersection at the bottom of the hill. A large stone residence with an entrance gate is visible on the lefthand side., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Grand Fountain, near Dauphin Street, East Fairmount Park] [graphic].
View of water spouting from the bronze-iron fountain sculpture erected in 1879 in the East Park entrance of Fairmount Park, near 33rd and Dauphin streets and Strawberry Mansion., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Group in an "Ajax" canoe on the Wissahickon Creek near Forbidden Drive, Fairmount Park] [graphic].
View of four people sitting in an "Ajax" canoe in the Wissahickon Creek near Forbidden Drive. The bridge in the background is possibly the Log Cabin Bridge. Two groups of people sit along the bank of the creek (right) in the distance., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Hartwell Avenue Bridge, Wissahickon Creek, Fairmount Park] [graphic].
Shallow waters expose rocks lining the Wissahickon Creek underneath of the Hartwell Avenue Bridge in this photograph. Three canoes are tied to shore in the distance., Hartwell Avenue Bridge spanned the Wissahickon Creek at Hartwell Lane, originally known as Weiss's (Wise) Mill Road, north of Valley Green, along Forbidden Drive. No longer stands., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Harvest food display in an unidentified church] [graphic].
Depicts an autumn harvest-theme food display of Mother's Oats and Quaker Oats brands, along with toasted corn flakes, squash, potatoes and corn stacked in a pyramid underneath of a trellis decorated with corn husks. The display is situated between two columns of the church, on which are posted Psalm and Hymn display signs., Quaker Oats purchased Mother's Oats brand and its owner, the Great Western Cereal Company, in 1911., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Hermit's Lane Bridge, Wissahickon Creek, Fairmount Park] [graphic].
Depicts the stone bridge built circa 1790 over Wissahickon Creek in Fairmount Park. Named after John Kelpius, a hermit who lived near the bridge in the 1690s., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Historical Pageant, Belmont Plateau, Fairmount Park, October 1912] [graphic].
Depicts a crowd sitting in stands overlooking a field at Belmont Plateau, where people are dressed in costume for Philadelphia's Historical Pageant. Some of the participants hold a rope that is attached to a tall, wooden observation tower in the field., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Hyacinth shrub] [graphic].
View of a flowering hyacinth bush in an unidentified yard., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Josephine H. Berry playing the piano] [graphic].
Depicts the photographer's wife, Josephine H. Berry, playing the piano, on top of which the March 1908 copy of "The Etude for Music Lovers" is prominently displayed., Title from negative sleeve., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Main Street, 4300 block with patriotic bunting, Manayunk] [graphic].
Depicts a brick row of shops along the 4300 block of Main Street, decorated with flags and patriotic bunting. Awnings cover the first floor shop windows of businesses like Jos. H. Maurer's Hardware store (4345 Main Street), and a florist shop several units to the north. Pedestrians crowd the sidewalk, especially further north near Levering Street. Depicts the block during the Manayunk Carnival and Parade, an event held from November 8 to 13, 1909, to celebrate the formation of the Manayunk Business Men's Association., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Man canoeing, Fairmount Park] [graphic].
View of a man in a canoe, paddling to a nearby dock, most likely in one of the lakes in Fairmount Park., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Man dressed in a clown costume, Manayunk] [graphic].
Full length portrait of a man costumed in a multi-color striped clown suit, with a ruffled collar and cone-shaped hat. He stands outside against the stone wall of a house., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Man fishing, Wissahickon Creek?, Fairmount Park] [graphic].
Depicts a man sitting on a rock, fishing in a creek, probably Wissahickon Creek. An elevated deck is visible across the water, along with trees and a wooden fence., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Man on a motorcycle, The Flying Merkel, in Manayunk] [graphic].
Depicts a man sitting on "The Flying Merkel," a motorcycle model produced by The Light Manufacturing Company in Pottstown, Pennsylvania beginning in 1909. He is sitting on the cobblestone street in front of an unidentified stone house with a porch, most likely in Manayunk., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Man plowing a field with horses] [graphic].
Depicts broken soil in the foreground, and in the distance, a man plowing with two horses in a field separated from nearby dwellings by a small wooden fence., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Men fishing near the waterfalls in Wissahickon Creek, Fairmount Park] [graphic].
View of two men fishing in the Wissahickon Creek. Includes a view of the waterfalls near the Philadelphia & Reading Railroad and Ridge Avenue bridges, also near the junction of Wissahickon Creek and the Schuylkill River., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Northeast Manual Training School, 701 W. Lehigh Avenue, Philadelphia] [graphic].
View of the Northeast Manual Training School at the northeast corner of 8th Street and Lehigh Avenue, constructed from 1905 to 1907 after designs by Lloyd Titus, assistant architect of the Philadelphia Board of Public Education., The original Northeast Manual Training School was located on Howard Street below Girard Avenue. It was constructed after designs by M. Bethel in 1864 as the William A. Lee School and changed its name in 1890. This building on Howard Street was referred to as the Northeast Manual Training School Annex after the new school building was constructed in 1905., Known after 1913 as The Northeast High School., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Portrait of a woman attired in a fur coat, Manayunk] [graphic].
Half-length, seated portrait of a woman attired in a large, wide brimmed hat, a dark fur coat, with her hands tucked into a fur muff. She's sitting indoors on a cushioned wicker seat., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Portrait of a woman in a plumed hat, Manayunk] [graphic].
Half-length portrait of a woman in a hat adorned with feathers, attired in a double-breasted jacket., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Portrait of a woman standing in front of a room screen] [graphic].
Full-length portrait of a woman wearing a long-sleeved white shirt, with a high, tight collar and ruffled sleeves. She wears a tall hat with ribbon plumage and stands in front of a room screen decorated with foliage-patterned fabric., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Portrait of an old woman and a young girl] [graphic].
Depicts an older woman wearing a dark, flower-print dress, sitting in a rocking chair next to a young girl in a light colored dress, her hair tucked into a ponytail pulled over her shoulder and extended down below her waist., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Portrait of Elizabeth Berry in a coat and hat] [graphic].
Full-length indoor portrait of the photographer's daughter, Elizabeth Berry, standing in front of a drop cloth with her arms clasped behind her back, attired in a coat and hat. She also wears a leg brace on her left leg., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Portrait of Frank W. Berry in his altar robes] [graphic].
Waist-length portrait of the photographer's oldest son, Frank W. Berry, dressed in his altar robes, with the bible open in his hands., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Portrait of Josephine H. Berry holding a baby] [graphic].
Depicts the photographer's wife, Josephine H. Berry, sitting on a wooden bench holding her infant, probably Elizabeth Berry, in an upright position for the picture., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Portrait of the photographer on his porch, 201 Righter Street, Manayunk] [graphic].
Waist-length portrait of Frank Berry, Sr., standing on the porch of his residence at 201 Righter Street in Manayunk. He stands behind a chair on the porch, gripping the top of the chair for support. Berry is in his mid-forties in this photo, balding with a mustache, and is attired in striped trousers, a tie and a single breasted jacket buttoned only in the first hole., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Portrait of three men and a child] [graphic].
View of three men attired in suits, sitting outside in chairs along the side of an unidentified house. A young girl bundled in a coat and hat sits on the lap of one of the men., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Portrait of two men and two women on a porch on Righter Street, Manayunk] [graphic].
Two unidentified women stand between two unidentified men and pose for a photograph on the porch of a property along the 200 block of Righter Street in Manayunk., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Potted plants on a shaded porch] [graphic].
Depicts potted plants and hanging plants lining the perimeter of a porch, which is shaded by a striped awning. Dense foliage surrounds the porch of the unidentified residence., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Rectory of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, Wissahickon, Philadelphia] [graphic].
Depicts a dwelling, probably the rectory of the neighboring Protestant Episcopal church, along the 3900 block of Terrace Street, near Hermit Lane., The church was constructed in 1876 and enlarged twenty years later in 1896. Services stopped in 1968 and the building demolished in 1975., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[River scene, with a house and small boats] [graphic].
View of small boats floating near the dock of a residence located along the bank of an unidentified river., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[River scene, with boats, industrial facilities, and a bridge in background] [graphic].
View of a river scene, probably the Schuylkill River, showing boats floating in the river, industries along its banks, and a bridge in the distance., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[River scene with factory] [graphic].
Depicts a concrete pier jutting into the middle of a river, probably the Schuylkill River, off of which people are fishing. Smokestacks rise from a cluster of industrial buildings along the river bank., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Rustic pavilion, Devil's Pool, Cresheim Creek, Fairmount Park] [graphic].
Views of the thatch-roof pavilion made of interwoven logs and branches near Devil's Pool, a pool where the waterfalls of Cresheim Creek merge and is surrounded by large jagged rocks and boulders. The creek is not visible in this image., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Sarah A. Wright's ale, porter & lager beer saloon, 5226 Ridge Avenue, Manayunk] [graphic].
Tree foliage obscures part of Sarah A. Wright's lager beer saloon, depicted here in an Italianate corner property at Ridge and Manayunk avenues., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Self-portrait of the photographer with a camera] [graphic].
Waist-length portrait of Frank Berry, Sr., sitting next to a camera, photographing himself using the reflection of a dresser mirror in a bedroom. Berry is in his mid-forties in this photo, balding with a mustache and attired in a three-piece suit. This self-portrait was probably taken inside of his home in Manayunk., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Snow scene, 100 block of Kalos Street, Manayunk] [graphic].
Depicts a snow-covered street near the photographer's home. Men stand on the cleared sidewalks with their shovels in hand. Includes the brick row homes along the 100 block of Kalos Street looking west., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, Wissahickon, Philadelphia] [graphic].
View of the ivy-covered Protestant Episcopal church at the northeast corner of Terrace Street and Hermit Lane. The church was constructed in 1876 and enlarged twenty years later in 1896. Services stopped in 1968 and the building demolished in 1975., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Street band of young boys marching down the 200 block of Kalos Street, Manayunk] [graphic].
Depicts a group of young boys, including the photographer's sons Frank W. and Walter N. Berry, marching down the 200 block of Kalos Street in Manayunk banging metal pails with sticks. A boy marching in the rear wears a hat made of triangle-shaped wires projecting out from a center rod, almost like an umbrella hat without the cloth. Walter N. stands in the front left of the group, while Frank W. marches in the back left with other older, taller boys., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Swimming, near lumber piles, Manayunk] [graphic].
Two boys swim in a canal, underneath of a bridge, near piles of lumber lined up along the bank of the creek. Includes small industrial buildings in the background., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Three girls on trail, along Wissahickon Creek, Fairmount Park] [graphic].
Depicts three girls attired in white dresses standing on a path next to a rustic fence before the path takes a sharp turn. One girl stands on a rock, elevated above the other two. Path runs next to the Wissahickon Creek, which is not visible in the image., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Trail near the Wissahickon Creek, Fairmount Park] [graphic].
View of a winding trail along the Wissahickon, showing a large boulder on one side and a wooden fence on the other., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Trees along Wissahickon Creek, Fairmount Park] [graphic].
Depicts a dense forest on one side of the creek and a field on the other, with a dwelling in the distance., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Valley Green Bridge, Wissahickon Creek, Fairmount Park] [graphic].
View of the stone arch bridge spanning Wissahickon Creek leading to Springfield Avenue. Built in 1832 and rebuilt in 1915. Also referred to as the Springfield Avenue Bridge., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Walnut Lane Bridge construction, Wissahickon Creek, Philadelphia] [graphic].
Depicts the Walnut Lane Bridge during several phases of construction, showing the wooden erection truss, arches, underbelly, and concrete temporary foundation piers in the Wissahickon Creek. Also includes a view of the completed bridge from the creek and a view of the dirt roadway and balustrade railings over the bridge., The Walnut Lane Bridge was the largest concrete arch bridge when it was completed in 1908 by engineers George S. Webster and Henry H. Quimby. The central arch spans 233 feet, and the five smaller arches each measure 53 feet wide. It serves as a connecting link between Roxborough and Germantown., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Walter N. and Elizabeth Berry playing in the dirt, 201 Righter Street, Manayunk] [graphic].
Depicts the photographer's children, Walter N. and Elizabeth Berry, playing with pails in the dirt, in their backyard at 201 Righter Street in Manayunk., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Waterfall over rocks] [graphic].
Possibly depicts the waterfall over the remains of a stone dam underneath of the Blue Stone Bridge over Wissahickon Creek., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Waterfalls and Philadelphia & Reading Railroad bridge at the mouth of Wissahickon Creek, Fairmount Park] [graphic].
View of the stone dam and a waterfall in the Wissahickon Creek, looking toward the west bank, with the stone arches of the Philadelphia & Reading Railroad bridge in the background. Includes a view of the rustic fence separating the trail from the water., Construction of the bridge (also known as the Wissahickon Creek Viaduct or High Stone Bridge) was begun in 1874 by the Philadelphia and Reading Railroad. Due to budgetary constraints, construction was halted and later completed from 1881-1882., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Wildflowers] [graphic].
Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Wissahickon Creek, Fairmount Park] [graphic].
View of large boulders and trees lining Wissahickon Creek., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Wissahickon Creek, Fairmount Park] [graphic].
Depicts trees, rocks and fallen branches that flank the Wissahickon Creek., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Wissahickon Creek Viaduct, with 100 steps in the distance, Philadelphia] [graphic].
Depicts the 100 steps, leading from the Wissahickon Creek to Freeland Avenue, visible through the stone arches of the Philadelphia & Reading Railroad bridge, begun in 1874, but not completed until 1882 after budgetary restraints slowed construction. Also known as the Wissahickon Creek Viaduct and the High Stone Bridge., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Wissahickon Creek Viaduct, with dam, Philadelphia] [graphic].
Depicts the stone arches of the Philadelphia & Reading Railroad bridge, begun in 1874, but not completed until 1882 after budgetary restraints slowed construction. Also known as the Wissahickon Creek Viaduct and the High Stone Bridge. Includes two billboards, one for Blasius Piano and the other for Campbell's Soup., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Wissahickon Drive at the Blue Stone Bridge, Fairmount Park] [graphic].
View of the curve approaching the Blue Stone Bridge along Wissahickon Drive. Also known as the Lotus Inn Bridge, named after a nearby inn, constructed between 1896 and 1897 to replace the covered Old Red Bridge., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Wissahickon Drive, underneath of the Wissahickon Creek Viaduct, looking toward the 100 steps, Manayunk] [graphic].
Depicts a stretch of Wissahickon Drive underneath of the stone arches of the Reading & Pennsylvania Railroad bridge, begun in 1874, but not completed until 1882 after budgetary restraints slowed construction. Also known as the Wissahickon Creek Viaduct and the High Stone Bridge. The 100 steps are visible in the distance, along with the houses on Freeland Avenue perched at the top of the hill, overlooking Wissahickon Creek., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.

[Wooden bridge walkway, Fairmount Park] [graphic].
Views of a short, wooden bridge connecting a dirt path over a stream in Fairmount Park., Modern reference prints available., Gift of Richard R. Frame.