Bird's eye view from City Hall tower looking north showing the cityscape surrounding Broad Street. Identifiable buildings include Masonic Temple (1-33 North Broad, built 1868-1873, James H. Windrim, architect); the Arch Street Methodist Episcopal Church (1344-1348 Arch, built 1869, Addison Hutton, architect); First Baptist Church (northwest cor. Broad and Arch, built 1856, Stephen Decatur Button, architect); Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts (118-126 North Broad, built 1872-76, Furness & Hewitt, architects); Offenbach's Garden, carriage depository or bazaar, formerly the site of the Philadelphia & Reading Railroad Depot (southeast corner of Broad and Cherry Streets); cyclorama building that displayed the Battle of Gettyburg in the early 1890s (northeast corner of Broad and Cherry Streets); Hahnemann Medical College (230 North Broad); and Roman Catholic High School (301-313 North Broad, built 1890, Edwin Forrest Durang, architect). Horse-drawn vehicles on Broad Street are also visible., Title printed on mount., Photographer's imprint printed on verso., Buff curved mount with rounded corners., Cataloging funded by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (PW-506-19-10), 2010-2012., Gift of J.F. Dallet.
Kilburn, B. W. (Benjamin West), 1827-1909
Library Company of Philadelphia | Print Department stereo - Kilburn - Views [P.9418.2]