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"Dar boss, how's dat?" [graphic].

[Working plaster sculpture of D.C. French and E.C. Potter Columbian Exposition statue of African American teamster with work horse]

Uncle Ned's school [graphic].

Portable type 'G' stone loader, Field, Barker & Underwood, Philmont, Pa.

Foering & Thudiums cheap stove ware-house. [graphic] / W.H. Rease, No. 17 S[out]h 5[t]h St.

[Wine & liquor store. Charles Egner 10 North Third Street, Philadelphia]

[Philadelphia Bourse construction]

[714-716 N. 10th Street, Philadelphia] [graphic].

[Construction at Ninth and Sansom streets]

[African American construction crew installing a utility pole]

La Roche & Stahl florist shop, 1237 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia

[Group portrait of brick masons]

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

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.

[Forrest Theatre prior to demolition for the construction of the Fidelity-Philadelphia Trust Company building at the southeast corner of Broad and Sansom streets, 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

[African American worker at a work site near the Trenton Elevated Railroad Bridge in Philadelphia.]

Arbuckle's ariosa coffee. Arbuckle Bros. Coffee Company, New York. [graphic].

The light-running New Home sewing machine, D.S. Ewing, general agent, 1127 Chestnut St. Phila, PA. [graphic].

Andrew Wurfflein manufacturer & importer of guns, rifles & pistols, no. 208 North Second St. 5 doors above Race. Philadelphia.

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Scrapbook of Engravings, Lithographs, and Photographs

Jacob Riegel & Co., importers and jobbers of dry goods. No. 333 Market, & Nos. 25 & 27 North 4th Street, Philadelphia

[22nd Street, west side north of Market Street, Philadelphia]

Chew house, Germantown.

[Broad Street Station fire, Philadelphia, June 1923]

[Aftermath of the Broad Street Station fire, Philadelphia, June 1923]

[Arch Street ferry, Philadelphia] [graphic] / Drawn, Engraved & Published by W. Birch & Son; Sold by R. Campbell & Co. No. 30 Chesnut [sic] Street.

Arch Street ferry, Philadelphia [graphic] / Drawn, Engraved & Published by W. Birch Springland near Bristol Pennsylvania 1800.

Pennsylvania Rail Road Co. connecting bridge at Girard Ave.

The port, Philadelphia. Loading ships from cars.



Sandeago - Cuba

[Employees of the Philadelphia Grain Elevator Company's Twentieth Street elevator]

[Construction of railroad tracks in Philadelphia, September 6, 1922]

Type "C" loader with swiveling belt conveyor storing coal at University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia

[Construction on Market Street between 17th and 18th Streets, Philadelphia, July 8, 1904]

[Broad Street Station fire, Philadelphia, June 12, 1923]

New Pennsylvania Hospital for the Insane building, Pa. [graphic] / Langenheim.

New Pennsylvania Hospital for the Insane building, Pa.

New Pennsylvania Hospital for the Insane building, Pa.

[Group portrait with Captain William Wallace Rogers, 3rd Pennsylvania Cavalry, at military encampment in unidentified location] [graphic].

Cotton is king. Plantation scene, Georgia, U.S.A. [graphic].