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The $1,000 baby house.

The $1,000 baby house.

22d and Green Sts., Philada.

24th Regiment, U[nited] S[tates] C[olored] T[roops] at Camp William Penn

4th Pennsylvania from Porto Rico.

Absecom [sic] light house, from the Sand Hand Hills, N.J.

Academy of Music, Philadelphia.

Academy of Music, side view.

Admiring the flowers. Fairmount Park, Philadelphia.

[African American woman nursing a baby on a porch in the presence of a man.]

[After the fire of McKean, Newhall and Borie's Sugar Refinery on Lagrange Place.]

Agri. Hall, Main Avenue.

Agricultural Hall.

Agricultural Hall.

[Agricultural Hall, Centennial Exhibition, 1876, Philadelphia]

Ag[ricultural] Hall, the fountain.

Wissahickon Creek at Log Cabin Bridge.

The Allegheny Tunnel, at the Summit.

Alloway Kirk

Almost there. -- Lizzie Bourn's [sic] monument

American elk, (cervus canadensis.)

American elk, (cervus canadensis.)

American Fall from Canada.

American Fall from Luna Island.

American Life Insurance Company of Philadelphia. S.E. corner Fourth and Walnut Street.

American Life Insurance Company of Philadelphia. S.E. corner Fourth and Walnut Street.

The American Volunteer.

Ancient shield, property of Jos. Harrison, Phila.

And he owes not any man.

Anniversary designs. Fairmount Park, Philadelphia.

Apples. Two for 5 cts. sir.

Approach to Lemon Hill mansion.

Arch at Fairmount

Arch St. Theatre, above 6th St., Phila.

[Arch Street, 600 block, Philadelphia]

[Arch Street looking east from below Seventh Street, Philadelphia]

Arch Street Opera House.

Arch Street Theatre.

[Arch Street Theatre, 609-615 Arch Street, Philadelphia]

Architectural model of City Hall, Philadelphia.

Arkansas State Building.

[Armory of First City Troop, 21st and Ludlow streets, Philadelphia]

Arms & relics dept.

Arms & Trophies, Grand Central Fair.

Arms and Trophies.

The army of Sir Knight Templars, Broad St., Philadelphia, Pa., U.S.A.

Art Gallery.

Art Gallery.

Art Gallery and Memorial Hall - March 7.

Asylum for the Blind, Philadelphia.