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Arch Street postcards.

[Academy of the Sacred Heart, Chapel]

[Man among fire ruins of a building] [graphic].

[Fire ruins of a building] [graphic].

[Germon's Temple of Art, 914 Arch Street, Philadelphia]

House, (tree in front,) where the first U.S. flag was made,

Arch Street Opera House.

St. George Society club house.

Rittenhouse Mansion. Northwest corner of Arch and Seventh Street. Sometimes called "fort Rittenhouse" [graphic] / Photograph by Richards.

Free Quakers meeting house. On the southwest corner of Fifth Street. Benjm. Tucker's schools, for many years, were kept in upper portion of this building. [graphic] / Photograph by Richards.

North-west corner of Fifth and Arch street. (A primitive house) [graphic] / Photograph by Richards.

Betsy Ross House before restoration. [graphic].

Apprentices' Library. [graphic] / M.P. Simons, 1320 Chestnut St. Philadelphia. Landscape and portrait photographer.

[Arch Street Presbyterian Church interiors, 1006 Arch Street, Philadelphia] [graphic].

House, (tree in front,) where the first U.S. flag was made, [graphic] / Photographed by M.P. Simons.

Gartley's portable steam engine, Front ab. Arch [graphic].

Young Women's Christian Association postcards.

Benj. C. Hornor, manufacturer of varnishes, Japans, &c. Dealer in gum copal spts. turpentines &c. No. 81 Arch St. Philadelphia.

New Hotel Hanover postcards.

St. George's Hall.

Dr. Hoofland's celebrated German bitters and balsamic cordial. Prepared by Dr. C. M. Jackson, 418 Arch St., Philadelphia.

Friends' Arch Street Centre, 304 Arch Street, Philadelphia.

St. George's Hall. N.W. [sic] 13th & Arch Sts.

Friends' Meeting House 4th & Arch Sts., Phila. [graphic].

[715 Arch Street, Philadelphia] [graphic].

[715 Arch Street, Philadelphia] [graphic].

Arch St. Meeting House. Arch above 3rd. [Philadelphia] [graphic].

Arch St. Meeting House, from a little nearer Arch St. than last, [Philadelphia] [graphic].

[Arch Street, 600 block, Philadelphia]

Factory of the Meter Co. Phila.

Arch St. Theatre, above 6th St., Phila.

Benjamin Franklin's grave, 5th and Arch St.

West Arch Street Presbyterian Church, 18th & Arch St., Philadelphia.

[J. Willis, shoe manufactory, 241 Arch Street, Philadelphia]

Geo. S. Harris & Sons, printers, engravers, lithographers, 718, 720, 722 & 724 Arch Street, Philadelphia.

Hagar

The hole in the wall of Christ Church burial ground; [graphic] : on the southeast corner of Arch and Fifth street; opened for the purpose of exhibiting the tomb of Benjamin and Deborah Franklin, which is immediately in front nearest to the surface of the

Benjamin Franklin's grave postcards.

Betsy Ross House postcards.

West Arch Street Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia. [graphic].

Betsy Ross House postcards.

Finn & Burton's paper hangings warehouse No 142, Arch St. Phila.

Boyertown Burial Casket Co. funeral supplies, 1211-17 Arch Street, Philadelphia, Pa.

Central Y.M.C.A. postcards.

Elks' building, Philadelphia.

United Gas Improvement Building (U.G.I.) and the Young Men's Christian Association Building (Y.M.C.A.) postcards.

Franklin's grave postcards.

Geo. S. Harris & Sons, printers, engravers, lithographers, 718, 720, 722 & 724 Arch Street, Philadelphia.

Friends' Meeting House, 4th and Arch Streets postcards.

Christ Church burying ground. 5th & Arch Sts. Phila.

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