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Battle of Germantown Monument, Vernon Park.
Depicts the monument commemorating the Battle of Germantown in Vernon Park, flanked by benches and an old willow in the background, looking toward Germantown Avenue. Horse-carts, automobiles and pedestrians line the street., Photographer's imprint printed on mount., Title given in manuscript on mount.

Court of Honor, Peace Jubilee. Oct. 25-28, 1898. Looking north from Locust St. Shows Dundas House cor. Broad & Walnut.
Depicts the Triumphal Arch (i.e. Athenean Arch) and Court of Honor along South Broad Street, showing a large group of pedestrians walking north toward City Hall. Erected after designs by Joseph M. Huston for the Peace Jubilee, a celebration of the end of the Spanish American War in 1898. Included a military parade that passed through the Court of Honor, along with other festivities that lasted several days in October. Also depicts a partial view of the Dundas-Lippincott House at the northeast corner of Broad and Walnut Streets, built 1840-41 after designs by Thomas Ustick Walter., Photographer's imprint printed on mount., Title and date given in manuscript on mount.

Old stone monument to Continental soldiers buried inside gateway to Chas. Wharton's place, Old York Road below Chelten Ave.
Depicts a rough stone, approximately eight to ten feet tall, near the gateway to Charles Wharton's estate, marking the graves of four Continental soldiers who were shot by the British as they met around a camp fire., Slide number 116., Photographer's imprint printed on mount., Title and date given in manuscript on mount.

Old willow, Vernon Park & a monument to commemorate Battle of Germantown.
Depicts an old willow tree in Vernon Park, on the west side of Germantown Avenue north of Chelten Avenue. Includes the monument commemorating the Battle of Germantown in the background and a sign for the Museum of the Site and Relic Society of Germantown (i.e. Germantown Historical Society)., Photographer's imprint printed on mount., Title and date given in manuscript on mount.

Triumphal Arch. Peace Jubilee. Oct. 1898.
Depicts the Triumphal Arch (i.e. Athenean Arch) and Court of Honor along South Broad Street, showing a large group of pedestrians walking north toward City Hall. Erected after designs by Joseph M. Huston for the Peace Jubilee, a celebration of the end of the Spanish American War in 1898. Included a military parade that passed through the Court of Honor, along with other fesitivities that lasted several days in October., Photographer's imprint printed on mount., Title and date given in manuscript on mount.