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The game of Philadelphia buildings

The Game of Philadelphia Buildings Flashcards

[Thomas Richardson and American Bank Note Company scrapbook]

Engravings by William Humphrys Scrapbook

[Michael Zinman world's fairs collection]

Philadelphia, western & southern trade journal. Illustrated supplement

Engravings by William Humphrys

Scenery on the Pennsylvania Railroad Album

Market Street east of 9th Street.

[William H. Helfand graphic popular medicine ephemera collection]

Scenery on the Pennsylvania Railroad

Illustrations of Philadelphia. Vol. X. [graphic] / Vincit qui se vincit. Collected by Chas. A. Poulson.

Illustrations of Philadelphia [graphic] / Vincit qui se vincit. Collected by Chas. A. Poulson.

[Unnumbered plate and advertisements from Rae's Philadelphia pictorial directory & panoramic advertiser. Chestnut Street, from Second to Tenth Streets] [graphic].

[Unnumbered plate and advertisements from Rae's Philadelphia pictorial directory & panoramic advertiser. Chestnut Street, from Second to Tenth Streets]

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

"Saturday Jaunts: One-Day Holidays Spent Near the City" by the Ledger Monastery

Scrapbook with periodical illustrations, comic valentines, and patent medicine advertisements

Scrapbook of Prints

Ches[t]nut Street, [west from 13th Street], Philadelphia

[Seventh & Chestnut streets, looking west]

[Chestnut Street looking east from Thirteenth Street]

[Fifth and Market streets looking west.]

Press Building, Seventh and Chesnut [sic] Sts.

Chestnut Street, east of Third

Goodyears Rubber-Packing & Belting Company.

South side of Walnut Street west of Third Street.

Saturday jaunts :

[Scrapbook of prints]

David Doret collection of Centennial ephemera

[William H. Helfand miscellaneous popular medicine ephemera collection]

[John Serz scrapbook]

[Scrapbook with periodical illustrations, comic valentines, and patent medicine advertisements]

Illustrations of Philadelphia. Vol. IX. [graphic] / Vincit qui se vincit. Collected by Chas. A. Poulson.

Illustrations of Philadelphia, from fugitive sources only. [graphic] / Vincit qui se vincit. Collected by Chas. A. Poulson.

Illustrations of Philadelphia [graphic] / Vincit qui se vincit. Collected by Chas. A. Poulson.


Thomas Leiper and family business records finding aid

In seventeen hundred and eighty three, by the Treaty of Paris, our states were made free, and the Enterprise cork puller helped on the cause while the patriots drank to our land and its laws.

Collections from fugitive sources only, illustrative of the antiquities, progress & c. of the city Philadelphia [graphic] / Vincit qui se vincit. Collected by Chas. A. Poulson.

[Collection of advertisements and other promotional materials relating to proprietary medicines manufactured by the Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Company, of Lynn, Mass.]

Chestnut Street, East of Fifth

The United States Centennial International Exhibition.

Green's August Flower and Boschee's German Syrup. Portfolio of views in Fairmount Park, Philadelphia.

Photographing the Baby

Goodyears Rubber, Packing & Belting Company.

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

Jaynes' Hall, Chestnut Street below Seventh

Scraps illustrative of the History of Philadelphia. Vol. VI [graphic] / by C. A. Poulson.

American Steamship Company's Exhibit - Machinery Hall

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