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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

49th social assembly and fancy dress party of the Mercantile Reading Association. Musical Fund Hall, Thursday March 22, 1866 [graphic].

4th Pennsylvania from Porto Rico.

[A. & J. B. Bartholomew trade cards]

A. Erkenbrecher's St. Bernhard Starch Works, Cincinnati, O.

A. Gsell, dealer in dry goods, notions, boots, shoes, hats, hardware, groceries, produce, salt, fish, &c. Clearspring, - MD.

A. Heinman men's furnishing goods, No. 140 No. Eighth Str. Philadelphia.

[A. J. Chauveau trade cards]

A. Maron, 1612 Chestnut Stret, Philadelphia.


A. Singer, gent's, ladies', misses' and childrens, fine shoes, 104 N. Second St., Philadelphia.


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

[A.C. Yates & Co. clothing trade cards]

Academy of Music, Philadelphia.

Academy of Music, side view.

[Academy of Music trade cards]

[A.D. Curran & Co. trade cards]

Admiring the flowers. Fairmount Park, Philadelphia.

[Advertisement from Rae's Philadelphia pictorial directory & panoramic advertiser. Chestnut Street, from Second to Tenth Streets]

Advertisement placards [graphic].

[Advertisements for proprietary medicines manufactured and marketed by the Egyptian Drug Co., of New York, N.Y.]

[Advertisements for proprietary medicines marketed by Dr. A. Snyder, of Newville, Herkimer County, N.Y.]

[Advertisements for proprietary medicines marketed by R.W. Robinson & Son, wholesale druggists, of New York, N.Y.]

[Advertisements for proprietary medicines marketed by W. Gilmore & Son, of Pavilion, N.Y.]

[Advertisements for proprietary medicines prepared and sold by Thomas Hollis, druggist and apothecary, 23 Union Street, Boston, Mass.]

[Advertisements from Rae's Philadelphia pictorial directory & panoramic advertiser. Chestnut Street, from Second to Tenth Streets]

[Advertisements from Rae's Philadelphia pictorial directory & panoramic advertiser. Chestnut Street, from Second to Tenth Streets]

[Advertising specimens]

[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.]

After the performance, stop at the New Home Dining Rooms, for good oysters, salads & a delicious cup of tea or coffee. J.M. Sparks, No. 11 N. Tenth St.

A.G. Brooks, machinery exchange, 261 N. Third Street, Philadelphia, Pa., U.S.A.

Agri. Hall, Main Avenue.

Agricultural Hall.

Agricultural Hall.

Agricultural Hall. [graphic].

[Agricultural Hall, Centennial Exhibition, 1876, Philadelphia]

Ag[ricultural] Hall, the fountain.

Wissahickon Creek at Log Cabin Bridge.

A.J. Bunn's billiard and sample rooms, 1207 Chestnut St.

Albert L. West, with Russell & Armstrong, manufacturers of paper and bags, branch store, S.E. cor. Third and Vine Sts., Philadelphia.


The Allegheny Tunnel, at the Summit.

Alloway Kirk

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

American brass bedsteads, all sizes and a variety of designs. John J. DeZouche & Co., S.E. corner Thirteenth and Chestnut Streets, Philadelphia.

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