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Official first day of issue. Honoring Martin Luther King, 1929-1968. Distinguished civil rights leader. Recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize. Black Heritage USA Series. [graphic]

Official first day of issue. Honoring Harriet Tubman, 1821-1913. Abolitionist. Nurse. Escaped slave. Black Heritage USA Series. [graphic]

Bladen's Court, looking south and out to Elfreth's Alley, Philadelphia, Pa.

Elfreth's Alley, looking west towards Second Street. Philadelphia, Pa.

Library Company of Philadelphia scrapbook

[Chamberlin weather strips trade cards]


Children of all nations. A series of 50. [graphic].

Joseph Kailler, carpenter and builder, 520 Mifflin St., Phila., Pa.

Cars loaded with cotton bales on levee near cotton growing district, Texas.

Greatest rosin market in the world, Savannah, Ga.

Loading a Mississippi steamer, New Orleans U.S.A.

Cotton plantation scene.

[Crowd outside the Evening Telegraph Building]

[Crowd outside the Public Ledger Building, 600-606 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia]

[Crowd outside the Evening Telegraph office, Betz Building, South Broad Street, Philadelphia]

School gardens as a practical educational method - showing Boy Scouts and Camp Fire Girls, Philadelphia, Pa.

Down where

Sugar Cane plantation

The old Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, Philadelphia, Pa., U.S.A.

Liberty Bell, State House, Philadelphia.

Coining presses. Government Mint, Philadelphia, Pa.

General view of the erecting shop, Baldwin Locomotive Works, Philadelphia, Pa., U.S.A.

Spinning room - Winding bobbins with woolen yarn for weaving, Philadelphia, Pa.

C.C. Whitenack, commercial photographer, 1944 N. Camac Street, Philadelphia



Salvation Army Home, 5415 Lansdowne Avenue, Phila. [graphic] / William H. Rau, Phila.

Washington birthday greetings [graphic].

The joys of winter on the Wissahickon Drive, Philadelphia.

Surrounded by the flower gems of Autumn, Horticultural Hall, Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, Pa., U.S.A.

Elks Convention, 1907.

Elk's Convention, Phila. July 15-21, 1907. "Dutch Disturbers," Kansas City display.

Independence Hall, where Declaration of Independence was signed in 1776, Philadelphia, Pa.

The old Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, Philadelphia, Pa.

Independence Hall, where Declaration of Independence was signed 1776, Philadelphia, Pa.

The Court of Honor during the Elks' greatest parade, Philadelphia, July 18, 1907.

The Wissahickon Drive crowded with one-horse sleighs, Philadelphia, Penna.

Beautiful basin and gardens before Horticultural Hall, Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, Pa.

"Is that tooth mine?"

Lover's Lane, Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, Pa.


House of refuge (girls), 22nd & Girard, Phila. [graphic].

Independence Hall, which first proclaimed Freedom, as "government by the people," -- Philadelphia.

A beautiful garden avenue in Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, Pa.

Sunken Gardens, Fairmount Park, Philadelphia.

In the goat-carriage at the "zoo" Philadelphia.

Snowbound, Wissahickon Creek, Philadelphia.

Independence Hall, Philadelphia, Pa.

"You brazen huzzy! You shall leave at this hour! And the least of your fault is the wasted flour."

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