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John Bartram's House, side view. [graphic].

Betsy Ross House before restoration. [graphic].

6043 Germantown Ave. Centre of fierce skirmish during the Battle of Germantown. [graphic].

Radnor Meeting House. [graphic].

Independence Hall. [graphic].

Tom Moore's Cottage. [graphic].

Parlor of Grumblethorp, showing chair given to Wister family by Count Zinzendorf, founder of Moravian church in Penna. [graphic].

Concord School House, built 1775, Germantown Ave. [graphic].

[Unidentified buildings, Philadelphia.] [graphic].

6019 Germantown Ave. Built by Daniel Pastorius. Also known as the Green Tree Inn. [graphic].

Krider's gun store, N.E. cor. 2nd & Walnut Sts. [graphic].

922 Clinton St., Phila. [graphic].

Graeme Park, Horsham, Montgomery Co., Pa. [graphic].

Grumblethorpe, back part of. [graphic].

[Letitia Penn House, Lansdowne Dr. near W. Girard Ave.] [graphic].

Old water mill, near the Wissahickon. Taken Oct. 14, 1906. A day of happy memories. [graphic].

Grumblethorpe, the John Wister House, 5261 Germantown Ave., built 1744. During the Battle of Germantown, the British Gen. Agnew was brought here wounded & died in the parlor. [graphic].

Grumblethorpe, Wister property. [graphic].

Lafayette's headquarters at Chadd's Ford, Pa. [graphic].

Graeme Park, Horsham, Montgomery Co., Penna. [graphic].

[Gloria Dei Church, 929 S. Water Street, Philadelphia.] [graphic].

Carpenters' Hall. [graphic].

Unidentified residence. [graphic].

Whitby Hall, 58th & Florence Ave. [graphic].

Upsala, Germantown Ave. [graphic].

Wyck, Germantown (from steps of Methodist Church). [graphic].

[Radnor Meeting House.] [graphic].

Old Market, Second & Pine Sts. [graphic].

Christ Church window. [graphic].

Grumblethorpe. A peep into the ancient carpenter shop in back of house. [graphic].

John Bartram's house. [graphic].

Christ Church, window. [graphic].

Farland [sic] Farm, old Wetherill Estate at Audubon, Pa. [graphic].

Morris House. [graphic].

Window in Christ Church. Westernmost of the stained glass windows on the South Side. Upper part "Council of Nice, A. D. 325." Lower part "Origin of the American Church in Christ Church 1785." [graphic].

[St. David's Church, interior view of altar, Wayne, Delaware County, Pa.] [graphic].

Pennsylvania Hospital, E. wing built 1755. [graphic].

Tom Moore's Cottage, Fairmount Park, Phila. [graphic].

Grumblethorpe, Grenadier painted by Major Andre, kept in hall. [graphic].

Harriton, built in 1704 by Rowland Ellis. [graphic].

Dr. Casper Wister house, S.W. cor. 4th & Locust Sts. [graphic].

[Dunkard Meeting House, 6613 Germantown Avenue.] [graphic].

Wyck. [graphic].

John & Mildred Keen house cor. of Chestnut & Mansion Sts. on site of present Drexel Institute. [graphic].

Morris House, door, 225 S. 8th St., blt. 1785. [graphic].

Stenton, house of James Logan. [graphic].

House at N.E. corner Germantown Ave. & Upsal St., in front of which Washington stood during the Battle of Germantown, Oct. 4, 1777. [graphic].

Barn house, Walnut Lane, Germantown. [graphic].