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Old P.R.R. Station. foot of Market St., Phila. Just previous to widening Delaware Ave. 1898.
Depicts the front facade of the Market Street Ferry terminal at the foot of Market Street at Delaware Avenue. Carriages, trolleys, and pedestrians crowd the street and sidewalks. The Market Street Ferry was established about 1800 and was a principal form of transportation from Philadelphia to Camden, New Jersey through the early 20th century., Photographer's imprint printed on mount., Title and date given in manuscript on mount.

Ripplemead from the hill.
Ripplemead from the hill.
Depicts a body of water, probably the New River running through Ripplemead, Va., over which a primitive ferry has just transported a horse and wagon and its driver. To the right is a small hut with a low aperture, not a door for human beings. Perhaps it is for storage. Two young boys stand by the hut. The road leading to the ferry landing is of dirt, very rough, and full of stones., Photographer's imprint printed on mount., Title given in manuscript on mount., Slide number 73., American Lantern Slide Interchange typed on sticker on mount.