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Pepper's brewery. [graphic] : And dwelling house - the latter - on northwest corner of Fifth and Minor street with a view in perspective of the houses on the west side of Fifth Street to the corner of Market Street - also part of the house on n.w. corner

[First U.S. mint building, the "Old Mint," 37-39 Seventh Street, Philadelphia] [graphic].

[Jayne Building, 242-244 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia] [graphic].

[View of the north side of Chestnut Street, east of Second Street, to the river Delaware] [graphic].

View of the north side of Chestnut Street, east of Second Street, to the river Delaware [graphic] / Photographed from a daguerreotype by Mason - 1845 [sic] - by Richards.

[View of the north side of Chestnut Street, east of Second Street, to the river Delaware] [graphic].

Edward Penington's counting-house. On the northeast corner of Race and Crown street. [graphic] : His sugar factory was in the rear facing Crown Street; the building in view is an extensive enlargement of the old "sugar-house." / Photograph by Richards.

Old house n.w. cor. of Sixth & Cherry St. [graphic].

[Northeast corner of Chestnut and Second streets] [graphic].

[Warnick, Chadwick & Bro. stove factory and iron founders, northeast corner of 2nd & Race streets, Philadelphia] [graphic].

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

Yohe's, late Jones' Hotel. On the south side of Chestnut St., next to the Clymer mansion (afterward Geo. Harrison's residence) between Sixth and Seventh St. The site, in the olden times, of the celebrated "Oeller's hotel." [graphic] / Photograph by Richar

Old houses, on the north side of Arch Street, between Second and Third Street. [graphic] / Photograph by Richards.

Hart's Building, north side of Chestnut east from Sixth St. [graphic].


Aaron Wolff's old wine store, &c on the northwest corner of Chestnut and Seventh Street. [graphic] / Photograph by Richards.

[Library Street, southside, between Goldsmith's Hall and Fourth Street] [graphic].

[Bullock mansion, 46-48 North Third Street, Philadelphia.] [graphic].