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[Unidentified African American man]

[Unidentified young African American man]

[Joseph C. Anderson] [graphic] / Keystone Art Studio, Phila., 1895.

[African American man sitting near a building, probably in Philadelphia] [graphic].

[Pine grove, West Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, Pa.]

Wissahickon

Perkins & McFarland, late of Rand, Perkins & Co. Sole manufacturers and wholesale and retail dealers in the air-tight standard heaters & cooking ranges

Commerce St. looking east from 21st St.

[Mr. Eckels, winner of Antique Derby at the 1934 Philadelphia Auto Show, with his automobiles, a 1892 Blackie Car and a "1934 Delage"]

1815 Delancey Place, Philadelphia

Class of '78, University of Pennsylvania.

[Unidentified young African American man]

[Old Log Cabin, Wissahickon]

[Unidentified young African American man]

[Unidentified young African American man]

[Unidentified African American man with a dog]

Skating. Scene on the River Delaware at Philadelphia. Febry. 12th 1831.

George's Hill.

[Portrait of an unidentifed man] [graphic]

[Portrait of an unidentifed man] [graphic]

Art exhibit at Rittenhouse Square - 1937 [graphic].

[Portrait of five African American men attired in uniforms, probably band uniforms] [graphic] / Harry A. Webb, 112 & 114 Nth. 9th St. Philadelphia, Pa.

[Full-length studio portrait photograph of an unidentified, young African American man, seated] [graphic] / Fowler, 238 N. Eighth St. Philadelphia, U.S.A.

Union Volunteer Refreshment Saloon, of Philadelphia. [graphic] : Being the first institution of the kind in the United States. Organized, May 27th. 1861 / J. Queen, del. & lith.

View of the Philadelphia volunteer refreshment saloons. [graphic] / Lith. from nature by J. Queen; Printed in colors by T. Sinclair. Philada.

Indian Queen Hotel. [graphic].

View of the Philadelphia volunteer refreshment saloons. [graphic] / Lith. from nature by J. Queen; Printed in colors by T. Sinclair. Philada.

Union Volunteer Refreshment Saloon, of Philadelphia. [graphic] : Being the first institution of the kind in the United States. Organized, May 27th. 1861 / J. Queen, del. & lith.

Indian Rock Hotel

Old graveyard. N.S. Spruce bet 8th & 9th

Old graveyard. N.S. Spruce bet 8th & 9th [graphic].

[Statue of Diana at Fairmount Water Works]

[B.F. Goodrich Rubber Company's national tire testing fleet at Lincoln Way garage, 52nd & Lancaster, West Philadelphia]

[Richard McAllister Coal Company delivery cart, Philadelphia]

[Richard McAllister Coal Company delivery cart, Philadelphia]

[920 Fairmount Avenue, Philadelphia] [graphic].

Southside Chestnut St. from Carpenters Court to 4th St., 1809

South side Chestnut St. from 3rd to Hudsons Alley, 1809.

[Unidentifed African American man]

[African American basketball team]

International live stock exhibition, Philad'a., 1876

2nd and Brown St. A stevedore, a family. [graphic].

[Employees of Ridgway & Pancoast, produce warehouse, 110 Mattis Street, Philadelphia]

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

[1433-1435 South Street, Philadelphia]

Pavillion [sic], George's Hill

International Live Stock Exhibition, Philad'a, 1876.

Melloy & Ford, wholesale tin ware manufacturers. [graphic] / On stone by W. Rease, No. 17 Sth 5th St.

Lacey & Phillips. [graphic] / Drawn on stone by W.H. Rease No. 17 So. 5th St., Philda.

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.

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