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Customer.
Customer. "Rather cool weather Pete, for a close crop like that." Pete. "Can't help it Boss---the proprietor says long hairs gits in de wittles." [graphic].
Camp of 2d Penna. Infantry,
Camp of 2d Penna. Infantry, "Anthony Wayne." Clifton Heights, Delaware Co. Pa. August 1889. (Major Porters tent) [graphic] : Lt. Col. O. C. Bosbyshell; Major Jno. Bieldles? [porter?]; George Brown (Colored.)
[B.F. Goodrich Rubber Company's national tire testing fleet at Lincoln Way garage, 52nd & Lancaster, West Philadelphia]
[B.F. Goodrich Rubber Company's national tire testing fleet at Lincoln Way garage, 52nd & Lancaster, West Philadelphia]
[Photographic reproduction of an allegorical view including Abraham Lincoln, a pavilion, and marching soldiers] [graphic] / P. Philipoteaux; Allen & Rowell, photographers, 25 Winter Street, Boston.
[Photographic reproduction of an allegorical view including Abraham Lincoln, a pavilion, and marching soldiers] [graphic] / P. Philipoteaux; Allen & Rowell, photographers, 25 Winter Street, Boston.
[Photographic reproductions of the Cartoon Printing Co. series after the 1878 Harper’s Weekly
[Photographic reproductions of the Cartoon Printing Co. series after the 1878 Harper’s Weekly "Blackville" series “The Twins”] [graphic]/ McGreer.
Future rulers of Florida U.S.A. [graphic].
Future rulers of Florida U.S.A. [graphic].
"The coon" wedding march
The trombone soloist. [graphic] / William H. Rau, photographer, Philad'a., Pa.
The trombone soloist. [graphic] / William H. Rau, photographer, Philad'a., Pa.
"We's done all dis s'mornin'." [graphic].
"We's done all dis s'mornin'." [graphic].
Midsummer dinner [graphic] / F. A. Nowell, No. 263 King Street, Charleston, S.C.; E. Perry, print.
Midsummer dinner [graphic] / F. A. Nowell, No. 263 King Street, Charleston, S.C.; E. Perry, print.
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A "corner in cotton." [graphic].
Cotton is king. Plantation scene, Georgia, U.S.A. [graphic].
Cotton is king. Plantation scene, Georgia, U.S.A. [graphic].
"Does you love me hun?" [graphic].
Rapid transit in Southern Mississippi. [graphic].
Rapid transit in Southern Mississippi. [graphic].
[Portrait of Millie and Christine McCoy] [graphic] / Ollivier, [Photo]. New York.
[Portrait of Millie and Christine McCoy] [graphic] / Ollivier, [Photo]. New York.
"How do debble does dey make a bicycle?" = Como diablos se hacen los bicírculos? [graphic].
[Hand-in-Hand Fire Company fire fighters and steam engine in front of the company fire station at Ninth Street above Poplar Street, Philadelphia]
[Hand-in-Hand Fire Company fire fighters and steam engine in front of the company fire station at Ninth Street above Poplar Street, Philadelphia]
[Forrest Theatre prior to demolition for the construction of the Fidelity-Philadelphia Trust Company building at the southeast corner of Broad and Sansom streets, Philadelphia ]
[Forrest Theatre prior to demolition for the construction of the Fidelity-Philadelphia Trust Company building at the southeast corner of Broad and Sansom streets, Philadelphia ]
Arthur Showell
Arthur Showell
Fannie Lawrence
Fannie Lawrence
An unpleasantness in Swampoodle
An unpleasantness in Swampoodle
La Roche & Stahl florist shop, 1237 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia
La Roche & Stahl florist shop, 1237 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia
Go Way White Trash
Go Way White Trash
Copy photograph of African American nanny
Copy photograph of African American nanny
[Silas McMinn residence, Lake Idaho?]
[Silas McMinn residence, Lake Idaho?]
"She lives way down dar"
[Scene on Atlantic City boardwalk near Lindley's baths.]
[Scene on Atlantic City boardwalk near Lindley's baths.]
Link-Belt type
Link-Belt type "CF" loader furnished to Baugh & Sons Company, Philadelphia, for handling acid phosphate to power operated buggies.
5792.F.1a
5792.F.1a
5792.F.4f
5792.F.4f
P.9260.423
P.9260.423
(13) 1540.F
(13) 1540.F
p-9147-xanthus
p-9147-xanthus
Purvis
Purvis
higgins
higgins
Emancipation
Emancipation
south
south
Lillie Showell
Lillie Showell
Sarah Showell
Sarah Showell
Brice Showell
Brice Showell
Encampment [at Richmond]
Encampment [at Richmond]
Lippincott Mansion
Lippincott Mansion
St. Johns Episcopal Church's minstral club - graphic of minstral show April 12 and 13, 1901
St. Johns Episcopal Church's minstral club - graphic of minstral show April 12 and 13, 1901
Pennsylvania Rail Road Co. connecting bridge at Girard Ave.
Pennsylvania Rail Road Co. connecting bridge at Girard Ave.
[22nd Street, west side north of Market Street, Philadelphia]
[22nd Street, west side north of Market Street, Philadelphia]
Philadelphia Health Council. Camp Happy tents.
Philadelphia Health Council. Camp Happy tents.
Commerce St. looking east from 21st St.
Commerce St. looking east from 21st St.
[Boys' music class]
[Boys' music class]
[Procession of Poor Richard Club members down Locust Street, Philadelphia]
[Procession of Poor Richard Club members down Locust Street, Philadelphia]
Philadelphia Divinity School 1931
Philadelphia Divinity School 1931
Philadelphia Divinity School 1933
Philadelphia Divinity School 1933
[Mr. Eckels, winner of Antique Derby at the 1934 Philadelphia Auto Show, with his automobiles, a 1892 Blackie Car and a
[Mr. Eckels, winner of Antique Derby at the 1934 Philadelphia Auto Show, with his automobiles, a 1892 Blackie Car and a "1934 Delage"]
[All Wars Memorial to Colored Soldiers and Sailors in West Fairmount Park, Philadelphia]
[All Wars Memorial to Colored Soldiers and Sailors in West Fairmount Park, Philadelphia]
[All Wars Memorial to Colored Soldiers and Sailors in West Fairmount Park, Philadelphia]
[All Wars Memorial to Colored Soldiers and Sailors in West Fairmount Park, Philadelphia]
[All Wars Memorial to Colored Soldiers and Sailors in West Fairmount Park, Philadelphia]
[All Wars Memorial to Colored Soldiers and Sailors in West Fairmount Park, Philadelphia]
[Dock workers transporting ice on a pier in Philadelphia]
[Dock workers transporting ice on a pier in Philadelphia]
The port, Philadelphia. Loading ships from cars.
The port, Philadelphia. Loading ships from cars.
Tobacco - Virginia
Tobacco - Virginia
Cab Calloway [and his orchestra]
Cab Calloway [and his orchestra]

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