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Christ Church Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa. -- Founded in 1772.

The Benjamin Franklin, the doorway to friendly hospitality, Philadelphia.

Wayland Temple Baptist Church, 25th and Columbia Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.

The Evangelical Home for the Aged of the Evangelical Church, Roosevelt Boulevard above Pennypack Circle, Philada, Pa.

Old St. Paul's Church, No. 225 South Third Street, central office Philadelphia P. E. City Mission.

Crystal Palace. Industry of All Nations Exhibition. New York City, 1853

Tel-Aviv Inc. Hotel and Convalescent Home for the Elderly and Retired, 145 West School House Lane, Philadelphia, Pa.

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

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

Fellowship Commission Building postcards.

Hotel Colonial, Spruce at Eleventh Street, Philadelphia, Pa.

The Presbyterian Home for Widows and Single Women, 58th and Greenway Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa.

McGillin's Old Ale House.

Signing of the Declaration of Independence postcards.

Franklin Institute of Science postcards.

The Presser Home for Retired Music Teachers.

A plan of the borough of Harrisburg.

United States Naval Hospital postcards.

Pony riding, Camp Emlen, Norwood, Montg. Co., Pa. Conducted by Wissahickon Boys Club, Germantown, Phila.

Library Company of Philadelphia scrapbook

Henry Avenue Bridge over the Wissahickon Creek, Philadelphia, Pa.

Benjamin Franklin Memorial and the Franklin Institute postcards.

World War One

Hotel Vendig postcards.

Friends' Arch Street Centre, 304 Arch Street, Philadelphia.

Moore Institute of Art, Science and Industry.

[Evangelical Lutheran Tabor Church, Roosevelt Boulevard & Mascher Street, Philadelphia, Pa.]

The Philadelphia Home for Incurables postcards.

[Chamberlin weather strips trade cards]

Central Y.M.C.A. postcards.

[Boy Scout Headquarters, 22nd and Winter Streets, Philadelphia, Pa.]

Woman's Medical College postcards.

Montevista Apartments, Philadelphia.

[The Whittier, 15th and Cherry Sts., Phila., Penna. Owned and operated by the Philadelphia Young Friends Association.]

Central Library, Free Library of Philadelphia postcards.

Sesquicentennial Exhibition postcards.

Overbrook High School, 57th and Lancaster Ave. [sic], Philadelphia, Pa.


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