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[Three children posing with an Enterprise wagon near a tree] [graphic].

Wissahickon Valley.

[Savery & Co. Phila. iron hollow ware foundry]

Comly Ville near Frankford - Philadelphia Co.

S. Griffiths, manufacturer of wrought iron tubes and fittings for gas, steam and water. Works in Vine st: betw: Schuylkill 2d and 3d Streets. A constant supply at warerooms no. 15 Nth. Del. 7th St, Philadelphia.

Thomas Sparks shot & bar lead manufacturer. Warehouse no. 121 Walnut St. Philadelphia.

[Andrew Berryhill (sic)]

[X. Bazin, steam fancy soap works and perfumery, 917 Cherry Street, Philadelphia] [graphic].

Joseph Waterman's Western Exchange Hotel, 15th & Market streets. [graphic] / Photograph by McClees 626 Chestnut St. Philada.

First Baptist Church, Broad and Arch sts., Philadelphia.

First Baptist Church, Broad and Arch sts., Philadelphia. [graphic] / Langenheim.

First Baptist Church, Broad and Arch sts., Philadelphia.

Merchant's Exchange

Roberts' Mill. [graphic] : "To go back the Church lane," writes Mr. Watson, "there is Roberts' Mill and dam, holding the place, and probably much of the original of the first mill in Philadelphia county" / Photograph by Richards.

Second Street Market, Second and Pine

Second Street Market, Second and Pine [graphic] / M.P. Simons, 1320 Chestnut St. Philadelphia, landscape and portrait photographer.

Pennsylvania Hall.

[Pennsylvania Hall]

Northern Liberties' Sugar Refinery.

[P. Maison's biscuit bakery, 134 N. Front Street, Philadelphia.]

Hoskins, Hieskell & Co. Importers & jobbers of fancy and staple dry goods. No. 213 Market & 34 Commerce St. Philada.

The state penitentiary, for the eastern district of Pennsylvania.

[William Newell. Store. No. 3 So. Water Street, Philadelphia]

[William P. Cresson's foundry, Willow above Thirteenth Street, Philadelphia]

Wright, Hunter & Co. S.W. cor. Ninth & Walnut Sts. Philadelphia.

Dawson's Brewery. N.W. corner of 10th & Filbert Streets.

[J. Hartman's biscuit bakery, No. 90 Penn Street, Philadelphia]

[James S. Mason & Co., 108 North Front Street, challenge blacking, ink &c. manufactory]

[Jordan & Brother, wholesale grocers, No. 121 North Third Street, Philadelphia.]

[Warnick, Chadwick & Bro. stove factory and iron founders, northeast corner of 2nd & Race streets, Philadelphia] [graphic].

Chas. Blasius & Sons. The largest piano & organ house 1119 Chestnut St. Phila.

Alexander Young, grain distiller, South Street, above Fourth, Phila.

[Segment of circular advertising Chas. Blasius & Sons, piano manufacturer, Philadelphia]

Adam & Co.'s express "polka"

[Geo. H. Vandike & Co., importer of wines & liquors], 630 Market St. Philada.

Stern, Jonas & Co. No. 218 North Third Street, Philadelphia.

Wetherill & Brothers white lead manufactory & chemical works, corner of 12th & Cherry streets, Philadelphia.

Landsdown Farm.

Bot. of Frederick Klett & Co., wholesale dealers & importers of drugs, medicines, dye-stuffs, paints, black lead and sand crucibles, window glass &c.

Bought of H.O.D. Banks & Co., wholesale dealers in drugs, chemicals, paints, glass, coal oil, & c. Store, s. w. cor. fourth & Callowhill Sts.

Bean & Stevenson, importers and wholesale druggists, store, 47 and 49 N. Second Street. Sole proprietors of angora, white lead, and color works! And royal spice mills.

Republic Avenue from Mach. Hall.

Agricultural Hall.

Kremintz, white lead, zinc and color works. McKnight & Co., manufacturers, importers, and wholesale dealers, Twenty-Second & Race sts. Philadelphia. [graphic] : We manufacture a chemically pure carbonate of lead; and also manufacturers , importers, and de

Necker's Cottage, S. Broad St. near League St. [Philadelphia] [graphic].

David Heston Sons

Monument & Square from our front steps, [Germantown] [graphic].

[F. Brown druggist, storefront] 1822.

The old Hurst mansion, "standing back," facing the west, on the northeast corner of Fifth and South street. [graphic] / Photograph by Richards.

Old wooden houses, extending southwardly from the corner of Marble Street, on the west side of Tenth Street, to Miss Sally Keene's, late Maj. Lennock's property and residence, built by "Col." Peter L. Berry. N.W. corner of Chestnut and Tenth streets. [gra