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"Long long be thy heart with your memory fill'd..." [graphic] / Margaretta
[Rose with open scroll] [graphic].
[Vase of flowers]
[Vase of flowers] [graphic].
The Wife. By Washington Irving.
The Wife. By Washington Irving. [graphic] / P.H.R.
[Assorted flowers] [graphic] / L.A.B.
[Rose with open scroll]
No marvel woman should love flowers... [graphic] / Selected by S.M. Douglass.
"Forget me not!"
"Forget me not!" [graphic] / M.F.
No marvel woman should love flowers...
Index accompanying account book of Mary Langdale Coates, 1748-1770.
Account book of Mary Langdale Coates, 1748-1770.
[1433-1435 South Street, Philadelphia]
Halloween party given by the Craftsman Club of the Reading Co.
[Boys' music class]
[Crowd on the Atlantic City boardwalk near the Steel Pier]
P.2010.18.2 - 9
[African American woman playing tambourine] [graphic].
[African American construction crew installing a utility pole]
Mt. Pleasant E. Park ... [graphic] / [Official Photographer, 730 City Hall].
[Forrest Theatre prior to demolition for the construction of the Fidelity-Philadelphia Trust Company building at the southeast corner of Broad and Sansom streets, Philadelphia ]
Bartram gardens, Phila[delphia] [graphic].
[Procession of Poor Richard Club members down Locust Street, Philadelphia]
[Fire truck in front of St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church, Philadelphia]
Iowa delegation - National Democratic Convention - Phila[delphia]. June 1936
[Recess at Philadelphia Orthopedic School, 22nd & Brown Sts., Philadelphia]
[Recess at Philadelphia Orthopedic School, 22nd & Brown streets.]
[Music class at Philadelphia Orthopedic School, 22nd & Brown streets, Philadelphia]
The port, Philadelphia. Loading ships from cars.
[Dock workers transporting ice on a pier in Philadelphia]
Library Company of Philadelphia scrapbook
[Prodigal Son series, 1775] [graphic] / ches Haid.
Eskay's food nourishes
Isaac and Rosa, emancipated slave children, from the free schools of Louisiana.
Progress of Steel Construction, Perspective of Kensington Ave. & Lehigh Ave., looking south, October 23, 1916.
Quartermasters Department of the Interior, 21st & Oregon Ave. Phila May 24, 1918
[Scrapbook with linen pages] [graphic].
Photographing the Baby
A bran new coon in town
Life in Philadelphia. Grand celebration ob de bobalition ob African slabery.
Life in Philadelphia. Grand celebration ob de bobalition ob African slabery. [graphic] / Drawn and Engd. by I. Harris.
The Salt River gazette---extra, Wednesday, Oct. 9, 1867. [graphic]: The Great Negro Party--born, 1856--died Oct. 8, 1867.
[[The]] Johnson House, Main & Washington Lane, built in 1768 by John Johnson. The doors & hall show marks of bullets in battle of Germantown.
Janet Johnson's house, Germantown, 1867. [graphic].
[Johnson House, 6306 Germantown Ave., Philadelphia.] [graphic].
Tobacco - Virginia
1815 Delancey Place, Philadelphia
[Philadelphia Eagles football players Edward Herman, Dennis Harrison, and Woody Peoples entering the field at Veterans Stadium, Philadelphia]
Fanny Kemble [graphic] / Painted from recollection by T. Sully.
Johnson House door. [graphic].
Old Johnson House, N. W. Main & Washington Lane.
Rear of Johnson House, Main St. & Washington Lane.
[Woodshop class at Philadelphia Orthopedic School, 22nd & Brown Streets.]
[American Legion parade, Broad Street, Philadelphia, August 30, 1949]
[Young men's track team]
Johnson House postcards.
6306 Germantown Ave. [graphic].