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1st Pa. Cavalry Regiment for the first brigade. : Headquarters, 110 South Sixth Street. Col. J.C. Hess. $100 bounty $50 cash in hand when mustered.

1st Pa. Chasseurs! Sharpshooters! : Men equipped, and sent to camp soon as mustered in, at Broad and Germantown R.R. This regiment is attached to the Union League Brigade! / Charles Lespes, Colonel, 402 Ranstead Place. T. Ellwood Zell, Lieut. Colonel, 17

1st Pen'a. Regiment of Heavy Artillery, : Col. Angeroth under express orders for Fortress Monroe. Recruits wanted who will be mustered into service at once; encampments, provisions, and pay to commence as soon as mustered in. Comfortable barracks provided

The 2 gou-gou palms at the governor's, [Bermuda] [graphic].

2 headed girl, Millie Crissie [graphic] / J. H. Fitzgibbon, photographer, 116 North Fourth Street, St. Louis, Mo.

2 miles west of Saltsburg

The 20 Ton Rodman Gun

20th Regiment leaves today. : Co. "M" Captain C.L. Smith, will rendezvous at 9 o'clock A.M. at Front and Lombard where they will receive uniforms!

[225th aniversary of Germantown parade, Germantown, Pa.] [graphic].

[225th aniversary of Germantown parade, Germantown, Pa.] [graphic].

[225th aniversary of Germantown parade, Germantown, Pa.] [graphic].

[225th aniversary of Germantown parade, Germantown, Pa.] [graphic].

[225th aniversary of Germantown parade, Germantown, Pa.] [graphic].

[225th aniversary of Germantown parade, Germantown, Pa.] [graphic].

[225th aniversary of Germantown parade, Germantown, Pa.] [graphic].

[225th aniversary of Germantown parade, Germantown, Pa.] [graphic].

[225th aniversary of Germantown parade, Germantown, Pa.] [graphic].

[225th aniversary of Germantown parade, Germantown, Pa.] [graphic].

2[25]th Anniversary parade in Germantown, [PA] [graphic].

2[25]th Anniversary parade in Germantown, [PA] [graphic].

2[25]th Anniversary parade in Germantown, [PA] [graphic].

2[25]th Anniversary parade in Germantown, [PA] [graphic].

2[25]th Anniversary parade in Germantown, [PA] [graphic].

2[25]th Anniversary parade in Germantown, [PA] [graphic].

2[25]th Anniversary parade in Germantown, [PA] [graphic].

226 W. Gravers Lane, S. E. cor. W. Gravers Lane - Millman [Place]. [graphic].

22d and Green Sts., Philada.

22d Regiment! : Wanted 50 men, to fill up Company G, attached to Col. Morehead's 22d Regiment, to be mustered in as soon as full. Head quarters cor. of Broad St. & Ridge Avenue. / Lieut. Arrison, recruiting officer.

[22nd Street, west side north of Market Street, Philadelphia]

THE 23D PENN'A REG.'S BRAVE ACTION ON THE 31ST OF MAY, AT THE BATTLE OF FAIR OAKS.

THE 23D PENN'A REG.'S BRAVE ACTION ON THE 31ST OF MAY, AT THE BATTLE OF FAIR OAKS.

23d Regiment P.V. Col. Thos. H. Neill commanding, late Birney's Zouaves! : Bounty paid immediately as follows: United States premium, $4 00 United States advance bounty, 25 00 City premium, 2 00 City bounty 50 00 Total bounty $81 00 One month's pay in adv

23d Ward McClellan Troop! Attention!. : The troop will assemble at Jas. Mullen's, Frankford on Saturday evening, Oct. 1st, 1864, at half-past 6 o'clock, for the purpose of attending the Democratic mass meeting at Branchtown. The Democracy are invited to p

23d Ward Troop attention! : The troop will meet for drill, mounted, at 4 o'clock, p.m., on [blank] the [blank] of [blank] at the head quarters, Jolly Post Hotel A full attendance is requested, as business of importance will be laid before the troop. / By

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

24th Ward arise at your country's call! : Recruits wanted for Co. F. 116th Reg., P.V. Col. Dennis Heenan. Good pay, good food, good officers, and consequently good treatment of the men. $100 bounty. ... In all $90.00 besides the state bounty. / Joseph Kit

24th Ward avoid the draft! : The 5th of September is coming. The last chance---the largest bounties. Saunders Guards! Company "C" Sixth Union League Col. H.G. Sickel, comd'g. ... Total for one year's service, 692 $433 paid cash in hand as soon as the recr


24th Ward! Fellow citizens! : Come one, come all, in support of the Union and our glorious old commonwealth. A mass meeting under auspices of the Union League in West Philad'a, will be held at the Commissioners' Hall! 37th and Market Streets, on Thursday

25 men wanted immediately, : at the Pennsylvania Hotel, 2d Street below Pine, to be attached to 32d Regt., Co. F. / Capt. A.H. Wright. 1st Lieut. H.W. Rogers, 2d Lieut. J.J. Carberry. N.B. Men will be put on rations immediately after enrolling their names

26th Regiment Penn. Vol's First Brigade Hooker's fighting division!

2745. Bird's Eye View of Barracks for 30,000 Men at Hog Island Ship Yard

2749. Launching of Quistconck, First Ship Built at Hog Island Yard

28th Division Parade in Philadelphia, May 15, 1919. Enthusiastic crowds welcome them from World War. Market Street

28th Division Parade in Philadelphia, May 15, 1919, Marching up Market Street

28th Division Parade - Marching down Chestnut Street, May 15, 1919

28th Division Parade - Passing Independence Hall, May 15, 1915

28th Division Parade - Passing Independence Hall, May 15, 1919

THE 2D N.Y. FIRE-ZOUAVES.

2d Pa. Cavalry Regiment for the First Brigade. : Headquarters, 337 Chestnut Street. / Col. Wm. Frishmuth. $100 bounty $50 cash in hand when mustered.

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