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State fair buildings and grounds, Philadelphia. Industrial Exhibition Pennsylvania State Agricultural Society, North Broad Street and Lehigh Avenue, Philadelphia.

Independence Hall. Philadelphia 1876.

Martin Landenberger & Co.

[Chestnut Street, rooftop view east from Odiorne's studio at 920 Chestnut Street] [graphic].

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

Philadelphia's pride, her public building, Pa., U.S.A.

Wood & Perot. Wood, Miltenberger & Co. Ornamental iron works. 1136 Ridge Avenue, Philadelphia. 57 Camp Street, New Orleans.

Jacob Riegel & Co., importers and jobbers of dry goods. No. 333 Market, & Nos. 25 & 27 North 4th Street, Philadelphia

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

Warnick & Leibrandt's Philadelphia stove works and hollow-ware foundry. First wharf above Noble St. Philadelphia.

Wood & Perot's ornamental iron works. Philadelphia.

United States Hotel Chesnut [sic] Street, Philadelphia.

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

[Merchants' Exchange, Philadelphia]

Henry Beagle, blacksmith and hame manufacturer, corner of Magnolia & Willow Sts. between Fifth & Sixth Sts. Philadelphia.

[Bird's eye view looking west on Chestnut from above Sixth Street, Philadelphia]

View of Chestnut Street between 8 & 9 sts. (south side,) Philadelphia

Odd Fellows' Broadway Hall. Broad & Spring Garden Streets, Philadelphia.

Our Mother of Sorrows, Cathedral Cemetery W. Philadelphia.

Chestnut Street, East of Fifth

Chestnut Street east of Eighth St.

Masonic Hall Ches[t]nut Street, Penna.

City of Philadelphia, 1867

Chestnut Street, east of Third

The Poulson mansion. Lately no. 106 Chestnut Street, now No. 310. [graphic] / Photograph by Richards.

North side of Chestnut St., extending from Sixth to Seventh St., 1851. [graphic] / B.R. Evans del.

North side of Chestnut St., extending from Sixth to Seventh St., 1851. [graphic] / B.R. Evans del.

[Philadelphia]

Philadelphia.

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