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Park drive, park carriage.

River Road and park carriage, Phila. park.

[Old carriage in field in front of house] [graphic].

Vernon Park on Greene St.

On the Brandywine. [graphic] / R.S. Redfield

Among the Berkshire Hills.

Barren Hill Hotel, no. 1, (opposite the Germantown Road.) James Mewhinney, proprietor. Choice wines, liquors, and cigars.

[Group unloading a wagon] [graphic].

Landsdown Drive looking north.

U.S. Mint

Centennial of the U.S. Constitution. 9 mo. 15, 16 + 17, 1887. The Arch at Broad and Chestnut, [Philadelphia] [graphic].

[Spring Lake and Villa Park tram stuck in a flooded area, near Sea Girt, NJ] [graphic].

Girard House Polka

A. S. Renner, carriage builder, Perkasie Station, N.P.R.R. Bucks Co., Pa.

Samuel F. Heflick, Pittsburg, Pa. Heflick's rein supporter. Price card.

Yohn's carriage manufactory, cor. Apple and Evans streets, Pottstown, Pa.

Broad St. looking N. from Sansom St. on 3rd day of Centennial of our Constitution, showing Arch with coats of arms of states. [Constitutional Centennial Celebration, Philadelphia] [graphic].

Old house no. 5358 Main St. & view up the street. [Germantown] [graphic].

My country residence. [graphic].

[Unidentified man sitting on old coach] [graphic].

Girard House

Billy Morris [graphic] / [Gladding]

Princeton Presbyterian Church, Phila.

A ride to the city.

Centennial Exhibition grounds, Philadelphia, 1876.

Post office, Chestnut St., below Fifth. (Instantaneous).

Fourteenth [sic] Presbyterian Church. N. west corner of Schuylkill Seventh and George Sts. Phila.

Starr King House, Jefferson, N.H.

Girard House, Ninth & Chestnut Sts., Phila, Pa.

Girard House, Ninth & Chestnut Sts., Phila, Pa.

Girard House, Ninth & Chestnut Sts., Phila, Pa.

William D. Rogers & Co. Carriage Manufactory, Philadelphia [graphic] / Eng. by H. B. Hall & Sons, 62 Fulton St., N.Y.

[Joseph Beckhaus carriage factory, 1204 Frankford Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa.] [graphic].

Broad St. New public buildings.

[J. Willis, shoe manufactory, 241 Arch Street, Philadelphia]

Main Building, from east end.

[Wm. D. Rogers' coach manufactory, Sixth and Brown Streets, Philadelphia]

The late theatre in Chesnut [sic] Street Philadelphia [graphic]: Destroyed by Fire in 1820 / Drawn & Published by W. Birch near Bristol, 1804; Gilbert Fox Aquafortus.

[[The]] Monestary [sic]. Built by Joseph Gorgas bt. 1746 & 1752.

Philadelphia Library. On the northeast corner of Fifth and Library street. [graphic] / Photograph by Richards.

Mercantile Library, on the southeast corner of Fifth and Library Street. [graphic] / Photograph by Richards.

[Jane L. Webster sitting with a woman in a horse-drawn buggy] [graphic].

Harrison's Row, Locust St. bel. 18th. [graphic].

Deaf and Dumb Asylum

[Billheads of William F. Nick, apothecary, dealer in drugs, medicines, and chemicals, Erie, Pa.]

Bought of Rodgers Brothers, wholesale druggists, and dealers in paints, oils & varnishes.

[Pictorial lettersheets of Dr. William A. Hammond's Sanitarium for Diseases of the Nervous System, Fourteenth Street and Sheridan Avenue, Washington, D.C.]

View on the Wissahickon above toll house. [graphic] / Bartlett & Smith, photographers.

View on the Wissihicken [sic] near Philla. [sic]