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[Tarrant & Co.'s Seltzer Aperient trade cards]

[Collection of samples of raised-letter line types for printing for the blind.]

Old Black Joe. Dan Bryant.

Pennsylvania and Reading Railroad terminus on the Delaware River, vicinity of Lehigh Avenue and Richmond Street, Port Richmond, Philadelphia.

[Steamboat 684 Undine]

Steamboat "Undine".

Steamboat - Undine.

[Norristown Railroad Bridge across the Wissahickon Creek]

View from Chamounix Drive

East side of Thirteenth above Callowhill. Occupied in 1844 by Colored Orphan Asylum.

The Novel-Reader.

Fairmount. [graphic].

[Armand Dalsemer trade cards]

North Broad St. from La Pierre House.

North Broad St. from La Pierre House. [graphic] / M.P. Simons, 1320 Chestnut St. Philadelphia, landscape and portrait photographer.

Halloween party given by the Craftsman Club of the Reading Co.

[African American primary school classroom]

Indian Queen Hotel.

No. 15 South 4th St., 1831.

Go to Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart's for the lowest prices in dry goods & notions, 442 & 444 Penn Street, Reading, Pa. [graphic].

Five Brothers plug tobacco "the best" [graphic].

Gately & Britton, (limited,) largest installment house in Reading, no. 940 Penn Street [graphic].

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

[Wm. F. Simes & Son trade cards]

[Darlington, Runk & Co. trade cards]

[Philadelphia and Reading Railroad Company tracks under construction to raise grade crossings, Ninth Street above Poplar Street in Philadelphia]

Mexican news

Mexican news

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

Views of Fairmount Park Album

[A.C. Yates & Co. clothing trade cards]

[Philadelphia Inquirer art supplements]

Saturday jaunts :

Views of Fairmount Park Philadelphia 1866

Pore lil' Mose sends his Pa a valentine. [graphic] / R.F. Outcault.

Link-Belt "D" loader handling coal from R.R. car to wagon in yard of Hamilton Coal Co., Wilmington, Del.

All slaves were made freemen. By Abraham Lincoln, president of the United States, January 1st, 1863. Come, then, able-bodied colored men, to the nearest United States camp, and fight for the stars and stripes. [graphic].

Learning is wealth. Wilson, Charley, Rebecca & Rosa, slaves from New Orleans.