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Monitor Terror.

Monitor Terror, Philadelphia.

Weccacoe Fire Compy. Instituted 1800, incorporated 1833.

First Presbyterian Church, Southwark, Phila.

[Group of children, Southwark, Philadelphia] [graphic].

Riot in Philadelphia July 7, 1844.

Souvenir of the coldest winter on record. Scene on the Delaware River at Philada. during the severe winter of 1856.


The Swedes' Church, Southwark. (From the south east.) Rector Rev. J.G. Clay, D.D. [graphic] : Called Gloria Dei Church / Taken in the spring of 1856.

Old Swedes Church [graphic].

South view. Looking towards Navy Yard, Southwark and Moyamensing.

View of the launch of the U.S. ship of war Pennsylvania

Interior of St. Philip Neri Church. Philadelphia, Penna.


Philadelphia from the Navy Yard

Philadelphia from the Navy Yard

Certificate of Honorary Membership of the Weccacoe Fire Company. Philadelphia.

The Weccacoe Engine Co.'s house and the reception of the United Fire Co. of Baltimore.

Church of St. Philip Neri. Philadelphia, Penna.


Philadelphia from the Navy Yard

Philadelphia from the Navy Yard

[Firehouse scene in Philadelphia showing firemen from the Weccacoe Engine Company pulling a hand-drawn fire engine as other firemen scramble to readiness]

Philadelphia Navy Yard. [graphic].

Philadelphia Navy Yard.

A few volunteers wanted! For the Southwark Rangers! For immediate service. : Will be mustered in, the first of this week, armory on Front St., above Market, west side, this company is attached to Col. Mann's regiment. / John Alexander, Capt.

[Residence at Second and Wharton streets, Philadelphia] [graphic].