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Peck & Hills' Furniture Co., 642 North Broad St. cor. Wallace, Philadelphia, Pa.

5112-14 Main St.

5112-5114 Main St.

Thos. Kunders House, where 1st Friends' Meeting in Germantown was held.

Conlen's, 712 Passyunk Avenue, furniture and carpets. (over) Puzzle card.

Compliments of Quinlan & Fisher, 816 Arch Street.

American brass bedsteads, all sizes and a variety of designs. John J. DeZouche & Co., S.E. corner Thirteenth and Chestnut Streets, Philadelphia.

John Griffeth, furniture warerooms, 119 N. Second St., Philadelphia, Pa.

Burger & Co. fine furniture manufacturers, N.W. cor. Eleventh & Market Sts.

E.D. Trymby, furniture, 1217 Market Street, Philadelphia.

Edward A. Smith & Co., 219 and 221 N. Eighth Street, Philadelphia.

[P.R. Hansbury & Co. trade cards]

Market Street east of 9th Street.

Chest. St. Theatre, Phila. Pa.

Second St., north of Market, west side.

[New Chestnut Street Theatre]

New Chestnut Street Theatre. [graphic].

[New Chestnut Street Theatre.] [graphic].

[New Chestnut Street Theatre]

City of Philadelphia, 1867

John B. Robinson's housekeeping furnishing store, No. 1611 Market Street, Philadelphia.

Henry Adolph, manufacturer of furniture wholesale and retail, warerooms no. 36 North Second St., one door above the Christ Church Philadelphia.

Panoramic views from the steeple of Independence Hall, 520 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. [graphic].