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[Stone church and graveyard.]
Exterior view of unidentified ivy-covered stone church, with gravestones of church cemetery in the foreground., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering.

[Stone church, arched entranceway from dirt path.]
Distant view of unidentified man and woman standing on either side of a dirt path leading to an arched entranceway of an ivy-covered stone church. Includes partial views of tombs in cemetery in the foreground., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering.

[Stone church, side view.]
Exterior view of ivy-covered stone church, showing arched entranceway and wooden window shutters. Includes small gravestones in nearby cemetery., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering.

[Stone church, unidentified group sitting near ivy-covered flank.]
View of flank of ivy-covered stone church, with a couple sitting near the church and another woman standing on the dirt path nearby., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering.

[Train crossing an unidentified trestle bridge.]
Depicts a train traversing a trestle bridge near Broomall, in Upper Darby, Pa. Land in the valley underneath of the bridge is sectioned off by a wooden fence., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering.

[Two friends of William Doering sitting on the bank of the Delaware River, Beverly, N.J.]
Depicts two older men sitting on wooden rocking chairs in a gazebo near their home, looking at the Delaware River below them. One man's back faces the camera., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering.

[Two men walking along a path near Wissahickon Creek.]
Depicts the backs of two men walking along a dirt path flanked by trees near Wissahickon Creek., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering.

[Unidentified covered bridge.]
View of covered bridge spanning a small creek, with an agricultural building in the background., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering.

[Unidentified group standing on stones near a stream, Pocono Mountains, Pa.]
Two women stand next to an older man as he demonstrates something to them. They stand on rocks near an unidentified stream in the Pocono Mountains. A boy sits on the rocks in the foreground. Bicycles stand in the background near a dirt path., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering.

[United States Mint, Chestnut Street at Juniper Street, Philadelphia.]
View looking northwest showing the front facade of the second mint building covered in patriotic bunting at 1331-1337 Chestnut Street completed in 1833 after the designs of William Strickland and possibly John Haviland. The mint operated at the site until 1902 when it relocated and the building was razed. Several men walk on the sidewalk and in the street in the foreground., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering.

[Unknown group eating watermelon.]
Depicts young men and women sitting in the grass eating watermelon., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering.

[Valley Green Bridge, Fairmount Park.]
View of the stone arch bridge spanning Wissahickon Creek leading to Springfield Avenue. A man leans against a tree in the foreground, looking toward the bridge. Built in 1832 and rebuilt in 1915. Also referred to as the Springfield Avenue Bridge., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering.

[Valley Green Inn, partial view focusing on Forbidden Drive, Fairmount Park, Philadelphia.]
Distant view of the Valley Green Inn built by Thomas Livezey circa 1850 near the Wissahickon Creek. The inn, managed by several proprietors under the Livezey family, was purchased by the city in 1872 and given over to the supervision of a patriotic women's society circa 1900. Lettering spelling "Valley Green" is visible on the side of the inn. Also shows young boys sitting on benches and stones across from the inn and the incline of the Valley Green Bridge in the distance., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering.

[View of canal bridge with adjacent mill building.]
A cow grazes in a field near a small canal bridge. An unidentified mill building, surmounted by a water tank, sits adjacent to the bridge., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering.

[View of dwellings from tree-lined sidewalk.]
Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering.

[View of farm buildings and windmill on an unidentified farm.]
Depicts agricultural buildings and a windmill in the distance, taken from a field full of wildflowers., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering.

[View of wooden pedestrian bridge spanning a small canal.]
A small wooden pedestrian bridge spans a canal near unidentified mill buildings., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering.

[Washington Monument, Green Street entrance to Fairmount Park, Philadelphia.]
View of the equestrian statue of George Washington on a pedestal above allegorical figures, along with "typical" American people. Photographer William Doering (left), Albert Lindsay (center) and an unidentified man stand in front of the monument with their bicycles. Other men admire the monument in the background. Designed by Rudolf Siemering in 1897 and unveiled at the Green Street entrance to Fairmount Park. Moved to the end of the Benjamin Franklin Parkway in front of the Philadelphia Museum of Art in 1928. Depicts the monument at Green Street entrance., Title supplied by cataloguer., Monument commissioned by the Society of the Cincinnati of Pennsylvania, whose members were descendants of Washington's soldiers., Gift of Albert L. Doering.

[William and Catharine Rupp Doering bicycling, Long Island, N.Y.]
Depicts William Doering, photographer, and wife, Catharine Rupp Doering, bicycling along a path near tall pointed hedges., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering.

[William and Catharine Rupp Doering bicycling, Long Island, N.Y.]
Depicts William Doering, photographer, and wife, Catharine Rupp Doering, bicycling along a tree-lined path. An unidentified man rides beside them. Two large homes are visible in the background., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering.

[William and Karl Doering bicycling past St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Old York Road and Ashbourn Avenue, Elkins Park, Pa.]
Depicts William and Karl Doering (photographer with son) bicycling on a wide road near St. Paul's Episcopal Church. The clock tower is visible in the background., Title supplied by cataloguer., Church built in 1861 after designs by James C. Sidney and altered in 1922 after designs by Horace Trumbauer., Gift of Albert L. Doering.

[William Doering bicycling, Long Island, N.Y.]
Depicts William Doering, photographer, bicycling along a path near tall pointed hedges. A man is standing on a ladder and lighting street lamps near the road. Another man stands behind a carriage in the background., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering.

[William Doering on bicycle.]
Depicts William Doering (photographer) bicycling along a wide path flanked by large trees., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering.

[William Harvey Doering taking a photograph from the Strawberry Mansion Bridge, Philadelphia.]
Profile view of photographer William Harvey Doering leaning and steadying his camera on top of the iron side of the Strawberry Mansion Bridge in Fairmount Park., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering.

[Willie K. Ridgway steamboat on the Delaware River near Beverly N.J.]
Depicts the crowded Willie K. Ridgway steamboat prior to docking near Beverly, N.J. on the Delaware River., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering.

[Windmill, Long Island, N.Y.]
Depicts windmill topped by a conical roof and covered with wooden shingles. Two sacks sit in the open doorway of the mill. A dwelling and a barn structure are visible in the distance., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering.

[Wissahickon Falls, near the Philadelphia & Reading Railroad bridge, at the junction of Wissahickon Creek and the Schuylkill River.]
Depicts the Wissahickon Falls, with the stone arches of the Philadelphia & Reading Railroad bridge at the junction of Wissahickon Creek and the Schuylkill River. The bridge marks the entrance to Wissahickon Creek, Wissahickon Drive and Wissahickon Park. Includes a small wooden shed on the bank of the river., Title supplied by cataloguer., 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., Gift of Albert L. Doering.

[Woman bicycling along a dirt road in the countryside.]
Depicts a woman (possibly Catharine Rupp Doering, wife of the photographer) bicycling on a dirt road in the countryside. A large group of people are walking along the road in the distance., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering.

[Woman feeding pigs.]
Depicts a woman feeding three pigs that are leaning on a whitewashed fence in anticipation., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering.

[Woman holding a baby.]
Depicts a woman sitting in an unidentified backyard and holding a baby., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering.

[Woman standing on steps near open porch of dwelling.]
View of a woman standing on the front stairs near an open porch of a dwelling. Two bicycles are parked nearby., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering.

[Woman standing with bicycle in front of hedge near path, Long Island, N.Y.]
Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering.

[Women bicycling in West Fairmount Park, Philadelphia.]
Depicts three women bicycling side by side on a paved road in West Fairmount Park. Mrs. Lindsay (right) and another unidentifed woman rest their hands on the shoulder of Catharine Rupp Doering (wife of the photographer), who is riding in the middle., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering.

[Wooden foot bridge near the old Livezey mill on the Wissahickon Creek, Philadelphia.]
View of an unidentified man with two young girls leaning against the wooden supports of a foot bridge near a dilapidated stone mill building on the Livezey homestead., Title supplied by cataloguer., Thomas Shoemaker constructed a dwelling and outbuildings, including a grist mill, from 1733 to 1739. Thomas Livezey purchased the property, including a grist mill, from Shoemaker in 1747 and named it Glen Fern. In 1909 became the Valley Green Canoe Club., Gift of Albert L. Doering.

[Woodward Estate gate, Cresheim Valley, Philadelphia.]
Depicts a man and a woman standing on either side of the tall stone and iron entrance gate marking the Woodward Estate. A tudor style dwelling sits in the background., Title supplied by cataloguer., Gift of Albert L. Doering.

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