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[Peace Jubilee parade, huntsmen's float pulled by horses in front of Keneseth Israel Temple, 1717 North Broad Street, Philadelphia.]
Depicts deer heads and a bull's-eye on a huntsmen's float pulled by six horses. Includes a large crowd standing on the sidewalk and sitting in the viewing stands in front of Keneseth Israel Temple. Military and naval parades were held during the Peace Jubilee, a celebration of the end of the Spanish American War of 1898., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering., Keneseth Israel congregation was founded in 1847. The cornerstone of the temple at North Broad Street and Columbia Avenue was laid on October 19, 1891. Built after designs by Oscar Frotscher and Louis Caron Hickman.

[Peace Jubilee parade, Knights of Templar, in front of Keneseth Israel Temple, 1717 North Broad Street, Philadelphia.]
Depicts the Knights of Templar marching in uniform in front of a large crowd standing on the sidewalk and sitting in elevated viewing stands in front of Keneseth Israel Temple. The Knights of Templar was formed as a monastic military group at the end of the First Crusade. Military and naval parades were held during the Peace Jubilee, a celebration of the end of the Spanish American War of 1898., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering., Keneseth Israel congregation was founded in 1847. The cornerstone of the temple at North Broad Street and Columbia Avenue was laid on October 19, 1891. Built after designs by Oscar Frotscher and Louis Caron Hickman.

[Peace Jubilee parade, log cabin float pulled by horses in front of Keneseth Israel Temple, 1717 North Broad Street, Philadelphia.]
Depicts a log cabin on a float pulled by six white horses wearing Freihofer's Bakery signs. Behind the log cabin is the float carrying four large portraits framed by loaves of bread, also a Freihofer's Bakey float. Includes a large crowd standing on the sidewalk and sitting in the viewing stands in front of Keneseth Israel Temple. Military and naval parades were held during the Peace Jubilee, a celebration of the end of the Spanish American War of 1898., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering., Keneseth Israel congregation was founded in 1847. The cornerstone of the temple at North Broad Street and Columbia Avenue was laid on October 19, 1891. Built after designs by Oscar Frotscher and Louis Caron Hickman.

[Peace Jubilee parade, marching band in front of Keneseth Israel Temple, 1717 North Broad Street, Philadelphia.]
Depicts a marching band performing in front of a large crowd standing on the sidewalk and sitting in elevated viewing stands in front of Keneseth Israel Temple. The domes of Grace Baptist Church are visible in the distance. Military and naval parades were held during the Peace Jubilee, a celebration of the end of the Spanish American War of 1898., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering., Keneseth Israel congregation was founded in 1847. The cornerstone of the temple at North Broad Street and Columbia Avenue was laid on October 19, 1891. Built after designs by Oscar Frotscher and Louis Caron Hickman.

[Peace Jubilee parade, military men marching along North Broad Street near Columbia Avenue, Philadelphia.]
Depicts an unidentified marching band performing in the foreground. The Tenth Cavalry Regiment, an African American regiment that served at San Juan Hill, Cuba, marches and performs behind them. A large crowd stands on the sidewalk and sits in the viewing stands near the Columbia Avenue Savings Fund, Safe Deposit, Title & Trust Co. Depicts the east side of Broad Street looking southeast, including the spire of the Oxford Street Presbyterian Church in the distance. Military and naval parades were held during the Peace Jubilee, a celebration of the end of the Spanish American War of 1898., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering., Added to African Americana Digital Collection 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.

[Peace Jubilee parade, military men marching along North Broad Street near Columbia Avenue, Philadelphia.]
Depicts an unidentified group of military men marching along North Broad Street near Columbia Avenue, looking southeast. A large crowd stands on the sidewalk and sits in the viewing stands near the Columbia Avenue Savings Fund, Safe Deposit, Title & Trust Co. Includes the spire of the Oxford Street Presbyterian Church in the distance. Military and naval parades were held during the Peace Jubilee, a celebration of the end of the Spanish American War of 1898., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering.

[Peace Jubilee parade, people marching in costumes in front of Keneseth Israel Temple, 1717 North Broad Street, Philadelphia.]
Depicts people dressed in costumes marching in front of a large crowd standing on the sidewalk and sitting in elevated viewing stands in front of Keneseth Israel Temple. The Peace Jubilee celebrated the end of the Spanish American War, with military and naval parades that passed through a Court of Honor and Triumphal Arch., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering., Keneseth Israel congregation was founded in 1847. The cornerstone of the temple at North Broad Street and Columbia Avenue was laid on October 19, 1891. Built after designs by Oscar Frotscher and Louis Caron Hickman.

[Peace Jubilee parade, Police Department Marching Band, in front of Keneseth Israel Temple, 1717 North Broad Street, Philadelphia.]
Depicts the marching band of the Police Department performing for a large crowd standing on the sidewalk and sitting in elevated viewing stands in front of Keneseth Israel Temple. Horses pull decorated floats in the background. Military and naval parades were held during the Peace Jubilee, a celebration of the end of the Spanish American War of 1898., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering., Keneseth Israel congregation was founded in 1847. The cornerstone of the temple at North Broad Street and Columbia Avenue was laid on October 19, 1891. Built after designs by Oscar Frotscher and Louis Caron Hickman.

[Peace Jubilee parade, portraits trimmed with loaves of bread on Freihofer's Bakery float, in front of Keneseth Israel Temple, 1717 North Broad Street, Philadelphia.]
Depicts four large portraits framed by loaves of bread on Freihofer's Bakery float, which is pulled by six white horses wearing Freihofer's signs. Includes a large crowd standing on the sidewalk and sitting in the viewing stands in front of Keneseth Israel Temple. The Peace Jubilee celebrated the end of the Spanish American War, with military and naval parades that passed through a Court of Honor and Triumphal Arch., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering., Keneseth Israel congregation was founded in 1847. The cornerstone of the temple at North Broad Street and Columbia Avenue was laid on October 19, 1891. Built after designs by Oscar Frotscher and Louis Caron Hickman.

[Peace Jubilee parade, Post Office, in front of Keneseth Israel Temple, 1717 North Broad Street, Philadelphia.]
Depicts postal workers marching in front of a large crowd standing on the sidewalk and sitting in elevated viewing stands in front of Keneseth Israel Temple. The Peace Jubilee celebrated the end of the Spanish American War, with military and naval parades that passed through a Court of Honor and Triumphal Arch., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering., Keneseth Israel congregation was founded in 1847. The cornerstone of the temple at North Broad Street and Columbia Avenue was laid on October 19, 1891. Built after designs by Oscar Frotscher and Louis Caron Hickman.

[Peace Jubilee parade, Rough Riders in front of Keneseth Israel Temple, 1717 North Broad Street, Philadelphia.]
Depicts the first United States volunteer cavalry unit in front of a large crowd standing on the sidewalk and sitting in elevated viewing stands in front of Keneseth Israel Temple. Men of various backgrounds and talents joined the Rough Riders, led by Theodore Roosevelt during the Spanish American War. The Peace Jubilee celebrated the end of the war, with military and naval parades that passed through a Court of Honor and Triumphal Arch., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering., Keneseth Israel congregation was founded in 1847. The cornerstone of the temple at North Broad Street and Columbia Avenue was laid on October 19, 1891. Built after designs by Oscar Frotscher and Louis Caron Hickman.

[Peace Jubilee parade, square float in front of the Keneseth Israel Temple, 1717 North Broad Street, Philadelphia.]
Depicts a square horse-drawn float decorated with flags and star banners. Two men lead the way on horses in the foreground. A marching band follows the float in the background. Includes a large crowd standing on the sidewalk and sitting in the viewing stands in front of Keneseth Israel Temple. Military and naval parades were held during the Peace Jubilee, a celebration of the end of the Spanish American War of 1898., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering., Keneseth Israel congregation was founded in 1847. The cornerstone of the temple at North Broad Street and Columbia Avenue was laid on October 19, 1891. Built after designs by Oscar Frotscher and Louis Caron Hickman.

[Peace Jubilee parade, women in boat-shaped float in front of the Keneseth Israel Temple, 1717 North Broad Street, Philadelphia.]
Depicts three women sitting in a horse-drawn boat-shaped float decorated with flower garland. Includes a large crowd standing on the sidewalk and sitting in the viewing stands in front of Keneseth Israel Temple. Military and naval parades were held during the Peace Jubilee, a celebration of the end of the Spanish American War of 1898., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering., Keneseth Israel congregation was founded in 1847. The cornerstone of the temple at North Broad Street and Columbia Avenue was laid on October 19, 1891. Built after designs by Oscar Frotscher and Louis Caron Hickman.

[Peace Jubilee parade, women marchers near Keneseth Israel Temple, 1717 North Broad Street, Philadelphia.]
Depicts women holding bayonets and marching in front of a large crowd standing on the sidewalk near Keneseth Israel Temple. The Peace Jubilee celebrated the end of the Spanish American War, with military and naval parades that passed through a Court of Honor and Triumphal Arch., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering., Keneseth Israel congregation was founded in 1847. The cornerstone of the temple at North Broad Street and Columbia Avenue was laid on October 19, 1891. Built after designs by Oscar Frotscher and Louis Caron Hickman.

[Peace Jubilee parade, Yunger Maennerchor float in front of Keneseth Israel Temple, 1717 North Broad Street, Philadelphia.]
Depicts women sitting on a Yunger Maennerchor float pulled by four horses. Yunger Maennerchor was a German singing society, the first of which was founded by Philip Wolsieffer in Philadelphia. Includes a large crowd standing on the sidewalk and sitting in the viewing stands in front of Keneseth Israel Temple. Military and naval parades were held during the Peace Jubilee, a celebration of the end of the Spanish American War of 1898., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering., Keneseth Israel congregation was founded in 1847. The cornerstone of the temple at North Broad Street and Columbia Avenue was laid on October 19, 1891. Built after designs by Oscar Frotscher and Louis Caron Hickman.

[Peace Jubilee, Triumphal Arch and Court of Honor, looking north from Walnut Street.]
Depicts the Triumphal Arch (i.e. Athenean Arch) and temporary columns of the Court of Honor along South Broad Street, showing pedestrians and horse drawn carts in the street, looking north from Walnut Street. 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. Includes the Union League, built 1864-1865 after the designs of John Fraser (140 S. Broad); Lafayette Hotel, erected in 1853 as the LaPierre House, expanded and renamed in 1876, and razed circa 1900 (southwest corner Broad and Sansom); Land Title Building, built 1897-1898 after the designs of Daniel H. Burnham & Co. (100-118 S. Broad) and the south facade of City Hall building and tower decorated with patriotic bunting., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering.

[Peace Jubilee, Triumphal Arch and Court of Honor, looking north from Walnut Street.]
Depicts the Triumphal Arch (i.e. Athenean Arch) and temporary columns of the Court of Honor along South Broad Street, showing pedestrians and horse drawn carts, looking north from Walnut Street. The south facade of City Hall is decorated with patriotic bunting. The Triumphal Arch and Court of Honor were 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. Includes the Lafayette Hotel, erected in 1853 as the LaPierre House, expanded and renamed in 1876, and razed circa 1900 (southwest corner Broad and Sansom); Land Title Building, built 1897-1898 after the designs of Daniel H. Burnham & Co. (100-118 S. Broad) and the Real Estate Title & Trust Company Building, built 1897-1898 after designs by Edgar Viguers Seeler (101-113 S. Broad)., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering.

[Peace Jubilee, Triumphal Arch and Court of Honor, looking northwest from Walnut Street.]
Depicts the Triumphal Arch (i.e. Athenean Arch) and temporary columns of the Court of Honor along South Broad Street, showing pedestrians and horse drawn carriages in the street, looking northwest from Walnut Street. 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. Includes the Bellevue Hotel at the northwest corner of Broad and Walnut Streets, opened in 1882 and later merged with the Stratford Hotel; Union League, built 1864-1865 after the designs of John Fraser (140 S. Broad); Lafayette Hotel, erected in 1853 as the LaPierre House, expanded and renamed in 1876, and razed circa 1900 (southwest corner Broad and Sansom); Land Title Building, built 1897-1898 after the designs of Daniel H. Burnham & Co. (100-118 S. Broad) and a partial view of City Hall tower., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering.

[Portrait of Karl Doering (boy) with an unidentified man in the Wissahickon.]
Depicts the photographer's son, Karl Doering, as a boy, leaning against a boulder near an unidentified man on a path in the Wissahickon section of Fairmount Park., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering.

[Profile of Catharine Rupp Doering holding dogwood branches, taken on a bicycle trip with a group of friends.]
Depicts the profile of Catharine Rupp Doering standing against a wooden fence looking toward a cemetery on a hill in the distance., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering.

[Rear view of dwellings from a hill.]
Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering.

[Residence in Sellersville, Pa.]
Distant view of heavily rusticated stone residence with intersecting gambrel roofs, owned by friends of the Doering family., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering.

[Residence in Sellersville, Pa.]
Distant view of front of heavily rusticated stone residence with intersecting gambrel roofs, owned by friends of the Doering family. A low stone wall marks the beginning of a hill in the foreground. At the top of the hill sits a man in a carriage in front of the house. Trees in the foreground hide part of the residence., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering.

[Ridge Avenue Bridge and the Reading Railroad Bridge near the junction of Wissahickon Creek and the Schuylkill River.]
View of the Ridge Avenue Bridge, built in 1888 near the junction of the Wissahickon Creek and the Schuylkill River. A train is crossing the larger Philadelphia & Reading Railroad bridge in the background. 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., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering.

[Road beside old mill building.]
Depicts a three and a half story mill building along a dirt road. A group of three or four women are standing in the distance., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering.

[Robert Morgan of New Haven, washed ashore after a storm in Atlantic City, N.J.]
Depicts people walking along the beach near a three-masted sailing ship, identified as the "Robert Morgan" from New Haven, Connecticut. The ship came ashore at Atlantic City on January 9th, 1884, during the Great Storm, and passed within a few inches of the immense frame work of Applegate's Ocean Pavilion, making a narrow escape from a total wreck and now lies high and dry uninjured on the beach. In 1883 J.R. Applegate purchased 100 feet of beach property in Atlantic City at the foot of Tennessee Avenue, next to his "picture galleries." He built a two tier pier extending 625 feet beyond the boardwalk with an amusement pavillion at the outer end. Although Applegate's pier was not damaged by the "Robert Morgan," the outer pavillion of another pier was damaged., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering.

[Rustic pavilion, near Devil's Pool in Cresheim Creek, Fairmount Park, Philadelphia.]
View of three people standing near a thatch-roof pavilion made of interwoven logs and branches. Stairs lead from the pavilion, which rests on large boulders, up a narrow path to higher ground., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering.

[Sailboat in the Chesapeake Bay.]
Depicts the open sails of a two-masted sailboat in the Chesapeake Bay., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering.

[Sailboat towing a row boat, Chesapeake Bay.]
Depicts three people standing on the deck of a two-masted sailing ship, which is towing a small rowboat in the Chesapeake Bay., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering.

[Sailboats in the Chesapeake Bay.]
Depicts the open sails of two large sailboats in the Chesapeake Bay., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering.

[Scenic views of stream, Pocono Mountains, Pa.]
Views of river surrounded by trees and rocks along the banks., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering.

[Scenic views of the Delaware Water Gap, Pa.]
Depicts the curve of the Delaware River with cliffs in the distance. Includes the top of a house near the river, obscured by surrounding trees., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering.

[Scenic views of the Pocono Mountains, Pennsylvania.]
Contains scenic views of waterfalls, streams, large boulders and trails in the Pocono Mountains. Unidentified men, women and children lounge by the waterfalls and streams and climb rocks in some of the images., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering.

[Schuylkill River Canal, below Columbia Bridge, Philadelphia.]
View of the calm waters of the Schuylkill Canal, including surrounding trees and foliage from dirt pathway., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering.

[Side view of residence.]
Depicts the side entrance door on the side of a house, including the back stairs and a rear oval shaped room., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering.

[Six columned portico of unidentified building, with clock tower in the distance.]
View of six column portico, obscured by two shrubs on the front lawn. An italianate clock tower, with u-shaped arches, overhanging eaves, balustrades and a sloping pyradimal roof, is visible in the distance., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering.

[Steamboat Columbia on the Delaware River near Beverly N.J.]
The steamboat Columbia overshadows several small rowboats on the Delaware River. Men sit on the bank of the river watching the steamboat pass by., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering.

[Steamboat on the Delaware River near Beverly N.J.]
Depicts an unidentified steamboat on the Delaware River near Beverly N.J. In the foreground three women stand with their backs to the camera, looking toward the boat on the river. A small rowboat floats near the bank of the river., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering.

[Stone arch bridge.]
View of a stone arch bridge spanning an unidentified body of water and partially obscured by a tree. A house sits at the top of a hill nearby., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering.

[Stone bridge and watch tower, Long Island, N.Y.]
Depicts a woman leaning against a stone bridge near a watch tower capped by a conical roof. Dwellings are visible in the background., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering.

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