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[Unidentifed elderly African American man]

[Unidentifed African American man]

[Unidentified young African American man]

[Unidentified young African American man]

[Unidentified young African American man]

[Unidentified young African American man]

[Unidentified African American man]

[Well-dressed unidentified African American man]

The wood-sawyer [graphic].

[Portrait of an unidentifed man] [graphic]

[Portrait of an unidentifed man] [graphic]

Philadelphia taste displayed. Or, bon-ton below stairs.

[Portrait of an unidentified man]

Two boys strolling past temptation

Wissahickon

The Echo at Riverton, N.J.

The Echo at Riverton, N.J.

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"]

[Caricature of a laughing African American man]

[Caricature of a laughing African American man]

Two dromios

The rag-picker [graphic].

[Older African American man seated on donkey]

The banks of the River James [graphic].

A conservative philospher [graphic].

[Unidentifed African American man]

Maxwell's gypsum, prepared gypsum. Trade mark.

James K. Polk

[Old Log Cabin, Wissahickon]

"Raising the liberty pole"

Joseph L. Varnam, ladies' and gents' & children's boot & shoe maker, Bustleton, 23rd ward, Philad'a.

The house intended for the President of the United States, in Ninth Street Philadelphia [graphic] / Drawn & Engraved by W. Birch & Son.

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

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

Lincoln Monument, Phila. Park

Indian Rock Hotel

Col. R. S. Strader horses - Bulletsville Boone Co Ky

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

higgins

[Champion horse]

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

[Three men by a carriage at an unidentified rural location]

George's Hill.

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

Dining car, Pennsylvania Limited.

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

Lobby, Hotel Walton, Phila, Pa. Lukes & Zahn, prop[rietor]s.

"Virginia hoe-down" [graphic] / Dallas del.

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

[Unidentified African American man with a dog]

Louisa A. White Album

Louisa A. White photograph album [graphic].

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

B.M. Weld, drugs & medicines, also boots, shoes, slippers, etc. Bradford, Vermont.

James K. Polk

Shad fishing (taking up the net.)

I'se a dude!


Shad fishing (taking up the net.) [graphic] : On the Delaware opposite Philada. Glo'ster bleaching mills in the distance. / From nature and on stone by James Queen.

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.

Ledger carriers annual greeting 1862.

[Richard McAllister Coal Company delivery cart, Philadelphia]

He dreamt dat from away off thar de angels sent him news. He 'woke and found it was Dunbarr dat sent dem bully shoes; 60 N. Fourth St. Philadelphia.


Wootten's excelsior stove lustre or pure black lead

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

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

Pavillion [sic], George's Hill

[Statue of Diana at Fairmount Water Works]

[Fire truck in front of St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church, Philadelphia]

[African American waiters in the large dining room, Great Central Fair of 1864, Philadelphia, Pa.]

Cotton field.

[Richard McAllister Coal Company delivery cart, Philadelphia]

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

[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

Colonnade Hotel, SW corner 15th & Chestnut, Phila., 1896, showing monument on the ground of Epiphany Ch[urch]

Chesnut Street Theatre, Philadelphia.

[920 Fairmount Avenue, Philadelphia] [graphic].

Mechanical target and gun. Mutual Novelty Manufacturing Co., 813 Girard Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.

The eureka poisoned fly-plate will kill every fly in the house.

[Armand Dalsemer trade cards]

Union Volunteer Refreshment Saloon, of Philadelphia.

Indian Queen Hotel.

[Frederick A. Rex & Co. trade cards]

No. 15 South 4th St., 1831.

Photography under a cloud.

U.S. Custom House (formerly U.S. Bank)

P.S. Duval, Son & Co. Designers & lithographer Philadelphia

View of the Philadelphia volunteer refreshment saloons.

[African American waiters in the large dining room, Great Central Fair of 1864, Philadelphia, Pa.]

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.

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

Columbia's noblest sons [graphic] / Manson Lang, 542 Broadway, New York; Lithog. & printed by Kimmel & Forster 254 &n 256 Canal Str. N.Y.

Academy of Natural Sciences

The wood-cart.

Centennial commemoration at Philadelphia [ticket]

Chew house, Germantown, 1867. [graphic].

House where Jefferson wrote the Declaration of Independence, s.w. cor 7th & Market St. 1776

Children's goat carriage. American scenery. Central Park N.Y.

[Hand-in-Hand Fire Company fire fighters and steam engine in front of the company fire station at Ninth Street above Poplar Street, Philadelphia]

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

[Railroad overpass to Reading Terminal over Poplar Street near Ninth Street, Philadelphia, March 18, 1913]

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

[George H. McFadden and E.T. Stotesbury in Palm Beach, Florida, winter 1921]

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

[Founders' Week parade, procession of Keystone Phone Co. float, 300 block of South Broad Street, Industrial Day, October 7, 1908]

[Political rally outside the Philadelphia headquarters of Republican presidential nominee William McKinley]

[Mr. and Mrs. Fairman Rogers chaperoning coach of young ladies, May 10, 1879]

Lacey & Phillips.

No. 5 The duel [graphic] / McGreer.

Smuggling medicines into the South [graphic].

Enlistment of Sickles brigade [graphic].

[Security Bank & Trust Company, Franklin Street and Girard Avenue, Philadelphia.] [graphic] / Parker & Mullikin, photographers, P.O. Box 275, Upper Darby, Pa.

[Scraps for the year 1830] [graphic] / Designed etched & published by D.C. Johnston.

Mexican news

Compliments of J.C. Williams & Son, Central Pharmacy, 50 South Salina St., Syracuse, N.Y.

John Hibler, importer & wholesale dealer in foreign & American wines & liquors. No. 56, North Third Street, (second door above Arch,) Philadelphia.

Is dese' your chickens miss

[Laird, Schober & Mitchell trade cards]

Mexican news

Melloy & Ford, wholesale tin ware manufacturers.

State-House

Mr. Chew's house

Creditor of Johnsing & Skinner--"I'll hab a hundred and fifty cents on de dollar, or I'll lick de hul firm."

[Geo. G. Burbank, druggist and apothecary, 235 Main St., Worcester, Mass.]

Hart, Montgomery & Co. Successors to Isaac Pugh & Co. Manufacturers and importers of paper hangings, No. 118 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. Manufactory N.E. Cor. Schuyl[kill] Front & Wood Streets

The battle ground at Germantown. Cliveden or Chew's House

U.S. Custom House (formerly U.S. Bank)

State-House

City Marble Works and Steam Mantel Factory. Corner Tenth and Vine Streets Philadelphia. J.E. & B. Schell.

Williams Ogle, coach & harness maker No. 280, Chesnut [sic] Street, above 10th south side, Philadelphia.

Commissioners Hall, Northern Liberties, Phila.

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.

Penn Hotel & Denny's harness shop. [graphic] / On stone by W.H. Rease 17 1/2 S. 5th St.

Commissioners Hall, Northern Liberties, Phila. [graphic] / CK; Thos. M. Scott, Pinxt.

Hart, Montgomery & Co. Successors to Isaac Pugh & Co. Manufacturers and importers of paper hangings, No. 118 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. Manufactory N.E. Cor. Schuyl[kill] Front & Wood Streets [graphic] / On Stone by W.H. Rease, 17 So. 5th St.

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.

White's great cattle show, and grand procession of the victuallers of Philadelphia

[Hunter's handsome drug stores, cor. Pacific & New Jersey Aves., cor. Atlantic & Indiana Aves., Atlantic City, N.J. and cor. Fifteenth and Wharton Sts., Philadelphia]

3' o'clock in the morning.

"Pulling down the statue of George III"

Penn Hotel & Denny's harness shop.

Camp of 2d Penna. Infantry, "Anthony Wayne." Clifton Heights, Delaware Co. Pa. August 1889. (Major Porters tent) [graphic] : Lt. Col. O. C. Bosbyshell; Major Jno. Bieldles? [porter?]; George Brown (Colored.)

View in old park

Adams Tampico Chewing gum. Each wrapper has a different Picture and joke, from "The Judge." [graphic] / H Mitchell.

Outing of Philadelphia politicians at Ed Vare's Fort Pierce, Fla. place

No. 9 Coming events [graphic] / McGreer.

[J. & P. Coat's thread trade cards]


[Entry of Washington into New York, after the city was evacuated by the British in 1783, Nov. 20th]


[Van Stan's Stratena and Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil trade cards]

[Springbrook, garden estate of George H. Stuart, Frankford Road]


Wm.D. Rogers' coach and light carriage manufactory, corner of 6th & Master Streets, Philadelphia. [graphic] / From nature and on stone by Rease & Schell, No. 17 So. 5th St., Phila.

Goodyears Rubber-Packing & Belting Company.

Marriage of Tom Thumb.

No. 10 The event Or where "2 pair is better than 4 of a kind" [graphic] / McGreer.

[Scraps no. 3 for 1832] [graphic] / Designed engraved & published by D.C. Johnston.

The man that blocks up the highway [graphic].

[Partridge & Richardson trade cards]

The United States Centennial International Exhibition.

[Partridge & Richardson trade cards]

Goodyears Rubber, Packing & Belting Company.

Scenery on the Pennsylvania Railroad Album

Scenery on the Pennsylvania Railroad

[Scraps no. 3 for 1832] [graphic] / Designed, engraved and published by D.C. Johnston, 19 Water St.


Portrait album of well known 19th-century African American men of Philadelphia

Portrait Album of Well-Known 19th-Century African American Men of Philadelphia