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Among the Berkshire Hills.
Among the Berkshire Hills.
Depicts a man driving a buggy with two horses down a very narrow dirt road, surrounded by unspoiled verdant countryside., Photographer's imprint printed on mount., Title given in manuscript on mount., Label on mount reads: Loaned to the Photographic Society of Philadelphia.

[[The]] Monestary [sic]. Built by Joseph Gorgas bt. 1746 & 1752.
Exterior view of house built near Wissahickon Creek between 1746 and 1752 for Joseph Gorgas, a lumber merchant and third generation resident of Germantown. Constructed on the site of "the Kloster," the log cabin built in 1737 as a community house for the German Dunkards. Two carriages are parked on the wrap-around porch., Photographer's imprint printed on mount., Title given in manuscript on mount., Also known as the Joseph Gorgas House and the Children's Museum of Philadelphia (1973).

Vernon Park on Greene St.
Depicts open field bordered by trees and posts near Greene Street in Vernon Park. Includes a carriage traveling along Greene Street in the distance., Photographer's imprint printed on mount., Title given in manuscript on mount., Vernon Park was formerly the private estate of the Wister Family and was purchased by the City of Philadelphia in 1892.