||Advertisement souvenir print distributed by the Philadelphia furniture dealers containing a montage of 3 panoramas, 3 views,
and 2 allegorical vignettes. Panoramas show schematic views of Philadelphia, and the views show Independence Hall, 1867 and
Gould & Company's Union Depots located at N.E. cor. 9th & Market Sts. and at 37 & 39 N. Second Street. Panoramic views predominately
show the Eastern, Western, and Central portions of the city from across the Schuylkill and Delaware rivers. Major landmarks
are visually highlighted and identified by text below the images. Includes (lower view) the U.S. Mint, Market St. Bridge,
Academy of Music, St. Mark's Church, Academy of Natural Science, Pennsylvania College, New Chestnut St. Bridge, Deaf & Dumb
Asylum, Naval Asylum, Alms House, County Prison, Insane Asylum, Nth. Pennsylvania Bridge, Woodland Cemetery, U.S. Arsenal,
Gray's Ferry Bridge, Navy Yard, Pennsylvania Hospital, and League Island; (center view) Laurel Hill Cemetery, Fairmount Park,
Girard College, Fairmount & Water Wor ks, Wire Bridge, Eastern Penitentiary, House of Refuge, Blind Asylum, [Central] High
School, Cathedral (Sts. Peter & Paul), 7th Presbyterian Church, Gas Works, and Philadelphia Library (Library Company); (upper
view) Merchant's Exchange, Girard Bank, Custom House, Smith's Island, Post Office, State House, Continental Hotel, Penn Cottage,
Girard Hotel, Christ Church, Masonic Hall, Penn Treaty Monument, Petty's Island, Reading Coal Depot, and Port Richmond. Panoramas
also contain maritime traffic.
||Vignettes show an allegorical view of "Peace" represented by a social gathering with food, drink, and music in a parlor and
one of "War" represented by a marine battle. "Union Depot" vignettes show the busy storefronts. Merchandise lines the sidewalks
of the businesses in which patrons enter, and in front of which heavy street and pedestrian traffic passes. Traffic includes
horse and hand-drawn carts loaded with crates and furniture. Also shows the Market Street depot covered in advertising text.
Independence Hall view contains heavy street traffic. Horse-drawn carts, carriages, delivery wagons, and omnibuses congest
the street aside laborers pushing hand-carts, people on horseback, and pedestrians crossing the street. Pedestrians also walk
in front of Independence Hall. American flags adorn the storefronts and Independence Hall. Other pictorial elements include
the allegorical figure of peace, a cannon surrounded by other instruments of war, and borders comprised of vinery and filigree.