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Chinese Gent and Lady.

Paul Lee & bride [graphic].

Tsow Chaoong. Canton. [graphic].

[Wu Ying Ding] [graphic] / Gerlach & Fromhagen, 1200 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa.

A high caste lady's dainty "lily feet" - as they really are - China. [graphic].

“The Far East” Chinese Restaurant, Yuen Doon Low, 907 Race St. Phila, Pa. A refined first class restaurant. [graphic].

Cathay Tea Garden, 1221-23-25 Chestnut St., Philadelphia [graphic].

The Chinese collection in the lower saloon of the new building at the corner of 9th & George Street, Philadelphia.

Superstitious Chinese children covering their faces to avoid being photographed [graphic].

 A "lily footed" woman of China - this outrage against nature has been in vogue 900 years. [graphic].

[Gunnis, Barritt & Co. trade cards]

Pennsylvania at the Panama Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. [graphic].

South China Restaurant [graphic].

A scene in the Golden Dragon, 1526 Market Street, Philadelphia's most beautiful restaurant [graphic].

The celluloid corset clasps side & dress steels.

Celluloid waterproof collars, cuffs & shirt bosoms. [graphic].

Celluloid cuffs, collars & bosoms, water & perspiration proof [graphic].

A scene in the Golden Dragon, 1526 Market Street, Philadelphia's most beautiful restaurant [graphic].

Chinatown, Philadelphia, Pa. [900 block Race Street] [graphic].

Chinatown by moonlight Philadelphia, Pa. [900 block Race Street] [graphic].

Chinatown. Looking north on Hutchinson Street which dead ends into Race Street [graphic].

[P. Madeira trade cards]

[Asian decorative motifs]

 General Grant and the Chinese viceroy, Li Hung Chang   [graphic] /  Levytype Co. Phila.

The Heathen Chinee. [graphic].

The Smile that was childlike. [graphic].

Ruins of museum building. Ninth below Chestnut Street. [graphic].

The Inasmuch Mission

The Inasmuch Mission [graphic] / Frank H. Taylor.

Boston boot and shoe and gents’ furnishing house, also, a fine line of hats, caps, trunks, valises &c. At no. 253 South Clark St., near Jackson, Chicago. L. F. Shanovski, - proprietor. [graphic].

Old processee starchee no goodee. It smellee rots & makee shirts yellee.” "I will never use any other but the New Process Starch." New Process Starch. Manufactured only by the Firmenich Manufacturing Company, Peoria, Ill. [graphic].

Use Muzzy's starch [graphic].

Cathay Restaurant, 1221-23 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. [graphic] : Music, dancing, broadcasting.

[B.L. Dai looking at books of the Nashi who inhabit the high mountains between China & Tibet several hundred years ago. Now in The Library of Congress] [graphic].

Day's soap does it. [graphic] : Washee, washee, see him rub on his washboard in the tub; see him wash and smile with glee for he's from hard labor free; with Day's soap his work is done when his rivals just begun. / Avil & Co. lith.

A Chinese laundry in Philadelphia [graphic].

Celluloid waterproof collars, cuffs & shirt bosoms. [graphic] : Economical, durable, handsome.

No more Chinese cheap labor. Celluloid cuffs, collars & bosoms. [graphic].

The Hunters three and O.N.T. [graphic].

[Chas. McKeone & Son Soap Manufacturing Co. trade cards]

[Chas. McKeone & Son Soap Manufacturing Co. trade cards]

[Chas. McKeone & Son Soap Manufacturing Co. trade cards]

Ethnographic tableau

[View of the Centennial Machinery Hall with people from all nations] [graphic].

“Universal family” Soapine, Kendall Mfg. Co., Providence, R.I. [graphic].

[Ralston family cased photograph collection] [graphic].

[Specimens album]

[Geo. S. Harris & Sons print specimens]

The International Exposition 1876 at Philadelphia, PA. U.S.A.