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[John H. Webster residence, 4834 Penn Street, Philadelphia, Pa.] [graphic].

[Carriage house behind John H. Webster residence, 4834 Penn Street, Philadelphia, Pa.] [graphic].

[Jane L. Webster holding daughter Lydia Webster in residence at 4830 Penn Street, Philadelphia, Pa.] [graphic].

[Mabel C. Webster holding Lydia S. Webster in John H. Webster, Jr. residence at 4830 Penn Street, Philadelphia, Pa.] [graphic].

Alirene Mills textile plant at Frankford Creek, 1200-1300 Adams Avenue, Frankford, Philadelphia.

[Webster family portraits on side porch of 4834 Penn Street, Philadelphia, Pa.] [graphic].

[St. Mark's Protestant Episcopal Church, 4442 Frankford Avenue, Philadelphia]

[Briggs & Bro., flour and feed store, East Orthodox Street, Frankford, Philadelphia]

A little rural scene in Frankford [graphic].

A little rural scene in Frankford

Cedar Grove, Harrowgate Road, Kensington. Elizabeth Coates Paschall built the original portion in 1748. Newer part built in 1799. Its last occupant & owner was John T. Morris, who died about 1916. [graphic].

Rally! Rally!! Rally!!! Attention! : The members of the First State Troop of Frankford and citizens who wish to participate, are requested to meet at Jolly Post Hotel, Frankford, on Thursday afternoon, July 2d, at 3 o'clock, in citizens' dress, mounted fo

[Office of surveyors Clement B. and John H. Webster, 4534 Frankford Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa.] [graphic].

Frankford High School, N. Phila., Pa.

Frankford High School, Phila.

[4500 block of Franklin Street, near "Grandmother's Alley", Frankford, Philadelphia, Pa.] [graphic].

Fourth Regiment Union League! Col. Geo. P. McLean. : Men wanted to fill up Co. C now in camp at Frankford. $100 to $402 bounty. Cash in hand, when company is mustered in, $60 Three years' service, or during the war Men clothed and equipped immediately. /

Photographs taken by Robert Waln Leaming 1865-1875 at Ashwood, Villa Nova, Delaware County, Penna. Lancaster Pike and Spring Mill Road

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

Ho! for the Bucktails! : The only chance offered in Kensington, Richmond, Bridesburg and Frankford to enlist in this famous brigade. This company is attached to the 143d Regiment and to be commanded by Col. L. Wistar [sic], late of the original Bucktails.