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John Hibler, importer & wholesale dealer in foreign & American wines & liquors. No. 56, North Third Street, (second door above Arch,) Philadelphia. [graphic] / On stone by W.H. Rease, 17 So. 5th St., Phila.

McNeely & Co. manufacturers of morocco, buckskin & chamois, white leather, bark tanned, sheep, calf & deer skins, parchment, vellum &c. 64 N[or]th 4th. St. below Arch St. near the Merchants Hotel, Philadelphia. Manufactory 4th & Franklin Aven[ue] [graphic

City Marble Works and Steam Mantel Factory. Corner Tenth and Vine Streets Philadelphia. J.E. & B. Schell. [graphic] / Rease & Schell's Lith., No. 17 So. 5th St., Philda.

Cedar Hollow Lime Company. Depot 900 Jefferson Street.

Black Diamond File Works illustrated price list.

Gottleib Hartung's wine & lager beer hall and restaurant. Importer of Rhenish and Neckar wines, No. 512 Race St., Philadelphia.

Bridesburg Manufacturing Company.

To the depot.

The coal-cart.

Idle talk.

The wood-cart.

The draymen.

Quarries near Pitt's Bay. Men with tools. [Bermuda] [graphic].

T. I. Dyre, Jr. bell & brass founder, corner of Washington & Church Streets, Philadelphia.

Potter & Carmichael, oil cloth manufacturers warehouse, No. 135, North Third Street, Philadelphia.

Moyer & Hazard, successors of Alexander Fullerton, 174 Market Street, fifth door above Fifth Street, Philadelphia [and] Elijah Bowen, wholesale & retail hat & cap store, No. 176 Market Street, Philadelphia.

Neall Y Matthews, maquinistas y fundidores, de hierro en Bush Hill, esquina de las galles de Fairview y la septima de Schuylkill, Filadelfia = Neall & Matthews, iron founders and machinists, Bush Hill Iron Works, (formerly occupied by Rush & Muhlenberg,)

Safe-Harbor Iron [Works, Reeves,] Abbot & Co. Philada.

Abbott & Lawrence. Liberty Stove Works, Brown Street above Fourth St. Philada.

Bridesburg Machine Works. Alfred Jenks & Son, manufacturers of cotton and wool carding spinning and weaving machinery, shafting and millgearing, Bridesburg post office Philadelphia.

[Group portrait of brick masons]

[Wm D. Parrish, book bindery, paper & rag warehouse, paper books and stationery, 4 North Fifth Street, Philadelphia]

Harrison Brothers' white lead works & chemical laboratory, Philadelphia.

[A. H. Eckhardt. Soap & candle manufactory, No. 326 N. Second Street, Philadelphia]

Burton & Laning. Manufactory: 6th Street above Camac.

N.H. Graham & Cos. curing, packing & smoking establishment. Filbert St. between Schuylkill 2d. & 3d. Sts. Philadelphia.

H.S. Tarr monument, &c. marble mantle manufacturer.

George W. Watson coach & harness maker. Philadelphia.

J. H. Michener & Cos. curing, packing & smoking establishment S.W. corner of Front and Willow Sts. Philadelphia.

[Jacob Emerick importer and wholesaler, dealer in china, glass & Queensware, No. 215 North Third Street. Philada. 4 doors below Callowhill St. east side. Packing warranted.]

[John Horn, drugs and chemical store, N.E. corner of Third & Brown Streets, Philadelphia]

[John Ziegler, grocer, N.W. corner of Callowhill and Water Streets, Philadelphia]

Cars loaded with cotton bales on levee near cotton growing district, Texas.

Cotton plantation scene.

Scenes on a cotton plantation [graphic].

A new song suitable to the season, to the tune of good English beer. [graphic]

The results of abolitionism. [graphic]

Link-Belt type "CF" loader furnished to Baugh & Sons Company, Philadelphia, for handling acid phosphate to power operated buggies.

Penn's tree, with the city & port of Philadelphia, on the river Delaware from Kensington [graphic].

On a Virginia turnpike

Chesnut Street Theatre, Philadelphia.


[Construction crew near railroad tracks, July 8, 1904]

[United States Department of the Interior] Quartermasters Interior Depot, 21 and Oregon Ave., May 24, 1917 [sic]

Quartermasters Department of the Interior, 21st & Oregon Ave. Phila May 24, 1918

[Silas McMinn residence, Lake Idaho?]

Picking cotton

[Cherry St. Factory (court-yard view.)]

Cornelius & Baker, Philadelphia. Cherry St. manufactory, (court yard view). ; Columbia Avenue & 5th St. manufactory.

West Philadelphia Sadiron Works, M.L. Keen & Brother, Proprietors.