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5151 Main St. Home of Phil. R. Freas and first office of the Village Telegraph, later Germantown Telegraph.
Exterior view of front facade of dwelling once home to Philip R. Freas, who established the Village Telegraph (i.e. Germantown Telegraph) in 1830. His office was in the small building next door. Edward Albert's produce shop occupies the old dwelling in this photograph. Includes Samuel Gordon's boot shop at 5149 1/2 Main Street (i.e. Germantown Avenue). Pedestrians browse the shops along the block., Photographer's imprint printed on mount., Title and date given in manuscript on mount.

5845 Main St. Standing at time of Revolution.
Exterior view of west front of the 18th-century residence converted into a storefront. Hats are displayed in the storefront. Includes a partial view of display in Sample Shoe's adjoining storefront., Photographer's imprint printed on mount., Title given in manuscript on mount.

Looking up Market St. from Front.
Wagons, trolleys and pedestrians crowd the street and sidewalks in front of the shops along the north side of Market Street, west of Front Street. Names of businesses are painted on signboards along the block. Visible names include F. Frenzell, Vance & Co. and Coates Bros. Wool. A cigar shop occupies the southwest corner lot in the foreground., Photographer's imprint printed on mount., Title and date given in manuscript on mount.

Main St. above Upsal, S.W. side.
Depicts businesses and dwellings looking north along the 6500 block of Germantown, above Weaver Street, showing (from south to north) the small building occupied by public notary, John B Crowson; the south flank and east front of two attached dwellings and a row of commercial buildings., Slide number 101., Photographer's imprint printed on mount., Title and date given in manuscript on mount.