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Brown & Magee, manufacturers, 708 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia [graphic].

Joseph M. Cohen, highest cash price paid for cast-off clothing. Call or address No. 1547 Callowhill Street, Philadelphia.

Charles Oakford & Sons in the Continental, hats, caps, and furs, wholesale and retail, 826-828 Chestnut St., Philadelphia.

Thos. W. Mattson, 402 Market Street, one door above Fourth Street, south side. The most extensive trunk & carpet bag manufacturer in Philadelphia. [graphic] / Mumford & Haas sc.

Joseph Ripka's mills. Manayunk 21st Ward Philadelphia. Manufacturer of all description of plain and fancy cottonades for men & boy's clothing warehouse 32 So Front St. [graphic] / Lith. of W. H. Rease N.E. cor. 4th & Chesnut.

John B. Stetson Company postcards.

Centennial Circular 1876.

John B. Stetson & Co., manufacturers of fine fur soft and stiff felt hats, Philadelphia. : [graphic] Office and salesroom, 1746-62 North 4th St. Philadelphia. Salesroom, 546 Broadway, New York. Phototype [by] F. Gutekunst.

Philadelphia, Paris & New-York fashions, for spring & summer of 1864. Published and sold by F. Mahan, no. 911, Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

[Wm. H. Oakford trade cards]

H.G. Clagston, 806 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, manufacturer of military and naval goods. [graphic] : Corps badges- - - Army of the Potomac.

Chestnut Street from the Custom House Philadelphia.

[J.H. Richelderfer trade cards]

Baxter's panoramic business directory of Philadelphia. Chestnut Street from Seventh to Eighth, (south side). [graphic].

Chestnut Street from Seventh to Sixth, (north side). [graphic].