Views showing tracts of land near the Delaware River in Camden, New Jersey originally established as a ferry port by William Cooper circa 1689. Includes a marsh, the river bank, and a docked ship near piles of lumber. Also shows men posed on and in front of the ship., Attributed to John Moran., Yellow paper mounts with square corners., Title from labels pasted on mounts., Originally part of a McAllister scrapbook of views of New Jersey., Digitization funded by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (PW-506-19-10), 2010-2012.
Moran, John, 1831-1903
Library Company of Philadelphia | Print Department stereo - Moran - Views [5742.F.3c; 5742.F.6c]
Aerial view of the Delaware River and South Philadelphia taken from a bi-plane (parts of which are visible) from ca. 2000-foot altitude above the vicinity of 6th and Tasker streets. View is southwest to northeast. Petty Island and Cooper's Point, New Jersey are visible., Negative number: 1618, Record created with information supplied by former Aero Service employee Carl H. Winnefeld, Jr.
Aero Service Corporation, photographer
Library Company of Philadelphia | Print Department Aero Service [P.8990.1618]