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Asher M. Childs clothes renovating establishment, No. 145 N. 9th St. [graphic] : Old clothes made to look equal to new, by cleaning or dyeing without taking a part. Also repairing, and altering done to the latest fashions. All work done in a superior mann

Decoration!

Decoration! : Valley View, PA. Saturday, May 30th, 1885 : programme.

Firemen's Department.

"Bray-more," or the Welles-iad. : An epic in two bottles. A long way after Ralph Waldo Emerson's "Brahma."

Catalogue of Union songs / published by J.H Johnson, printer, stationer and publisher, No. 7 N. Tenth St., ab. Market, Phila., Pa. ... January 1864. N.B.--We have added other songs not pertaining to the Union, althongh [sic] rather patriotic. Ball room mo

Bird's eye view, No. 1. From the market house. Chambersburg, Franklin Co., Pa., destroyed by the rebels under McCausland, July 30th, 1864.

"As if he had been in a bottle strongly corked." [graphic] / WFG.

Constitution of the Christian Association of Hellertown and Vicinity, : (auxiliary to the United States Christian Commission). Adopted April 14th, 1864. ... The object of this association shall therefore be to promote the spiritual as well as temporal wel

Constitution of the Christian Association of Freemansburg and Vicinity, : (auxiliary to the United States Christian Commission). Adopted April 3d, 1864. ... The object of this association shall therefore be to promote the spiritual as well as temporal wel

Constitution of the Christian Association of Quakertown and Vicinity, : (auxiliary to the United States Christian Commission). Adopted April 1st, 1864. ... The object of this association shall therefore be to promote the spiritual as well as temporal welf

Constitution of the Christian Association of Bethlehem and Vicinity, : (auxiliary to the United States Christian Commission). Adopted March 17th, 1864. ... The object of this association shall therefore be to promote the spiritual as well as temporal welf


The New Year's address of the newsmen of the New York herald, to its subscribers and readers, January 1, 1862.

The Carrier's Christmas and New-Year rhymes to the patrons of the American Presbyterian. 1864-65

Carrier's annual address to the patrons of the Davenport gazette for January 1, 1864.

Daily evening bulletin,

Daily evening bulletin, / Peacock, Chambers & Co. G. Peacock, editor. F.L. Fetherston, publisher.

The Evening bulletin 1862-'63. Carriers' address.

New Year's address of the carriers of the Episcopal recorder, January 1, 1865.

The Carrier's address to the patrons of the Christian instructor. December 25, 1861.

Carrier's address for the Christian instructor. 1864 1864 : A happy New Year.

Christmas and New Year's annual of the North American and United States gazette 1864. 1865.

Christmas and New Year's address of the carriers of the Episcopal recorder, December 25, 1863, and January 1, 1864.

Christmas and New Year's address of the carriers of the Episcopal recorder. December 25, 1862, and January 1, 1863.

Christmas and New Year's address of the carriers of the Episcopal recorder. December 25, 1861, and January 1, 1862.

Annual greeting of the carriers of Fitzgerald's city item. Christmas, 1863.--New Year, 1864.

Address of the carriers of the Saturday evening post, January 1, 1865.

The Sun carriers address. January 1, 1862.

Arbitrary arrests. : Correspondence of James W. Wall with the New York World.

America in England. : W.W. Broom, (the first Union advocate in Manchester, and old champion of reform in England) will relate the history of the formation of opinion in England on the American struggle. ... Croton Hall, 187 Bowery, Thursday evening, Feb.


Fair in aid of the sick & wounded soldiers, : will be held in Bromley's Hall, Baker and Mulberry streets, Manayunk, to commence on Tuesday, the 11th of Nov., and continue until Saturday afternoon, the 15th.

The official war map--now ready. Hazard's railroad and military map of the Southern States. : Compiled from the most authentic sources, and the United States coast surveys, by the Committee on Inland Transportation of the Board of Trade of Philadelphia, a


Now is the time. 50,000 pairs boots, shoes & gaiters cheaper than ever. : Read the following prices, and judge for yourselves: ... Ladies' and children's shoes of all descriptions at the lowest prices. Gum boots, sea, water, gunning, fishing and ditching


Buildings of the Great Central Fair, in aid of the U. S. Sanitary Commission Logan Square, Philadelphia, June 1864.

North. [graphic].

South Street Hospital, 24th and South streets, Philadelphia.

"The swamp angel" [graphic] / G. T. Lape, photographer, 146 Chatham St., N.Y.

Gen. Gilmore."I have no words, my voice is my gun." [graphic].

"Done gone." [graphic].

"Secesh" taking a moonlight stroll. [graphic].

Civil War Volunteer Saloons and Hospitals Ephemera Collection. 1861-1868 (inclusive).


Third entertainment of the Geary Thespian Corps, of the 28th Regiment, Penn, Vol's, (Col. John W. Geary,) : at Camp Goodman, Point of Rocks, Md. on the evening of January 21st, 1862, at six o'clock. ... The drama, in two acts, of The last man, or The mise

Christmas entertainment of the 28th Regiment, Penna. Vol's. (Col. John W. Geary,) : at Camp Goodman, Point of Rocks, Md. Stage manager, Lieut. Thos. H. Elliott. Acting do. Lieut. Gilbert L. Parker. Leader of orchestra, Lieut. J.G. Warwick. Ethiopian direc

The fourth entertainment of the Geary Thespian Corps, of the 28th Regiment, Penn'a Vol's, (Col. John W. Geary,) : will be given in commemoration of Washington's birth-day, at Camp Goodman, Point of Rocks, Md. on Saturday evening, February 22, 1862, (or if

Ribbons & Textiles Collection. 1832-1880 (inclusive).

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