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[Fashion print showing a couple attired in Quaker costume]

Barbara A. Townshind Silhouette Album

[Fold & find 18 changes metamorphic trade card promoting Water Lily Soap] [graphic].


[Portrait of a woman standing in front of a room screen] [graphic].

[Print containing sentimental genre scene and proof vignette bust portraits] [graphic].

Barbara A. Townshind silhouette album [graphic].

Captain in his war dress [graphic] / Drawn by T.E. Bawdiet (owdich) Esq.

View in Scotland

[Views of Saint Domingue] [graphic].

[Man dressed in a clown costume, Manayunk] [graphic].

Hofmeister Woolen Mills, from loom to wearer. Spring 1908. Summer 1908. [graphic].

Master of ceremonies, Frank Shantz.

A rebel Negro armed & on his guard. [graphic] / Bartolozzi sculpt.

Female quadroon [sic] slave of Surinam [graphic] / Perry sculpt.

[Shankland's American fashions]

[Shankland's American fashions]

Shankland's American Fashions for the Spring & Summer of 1853, 100 Chesnut [sic] Street Philadelphia.

Shankland's American fashions for fall & winter. 1851-2. 100 Chestnut St. Philadelphia.

Shankland's American fashions for the spring & summer of 1851, 100 Chestnut St. Philadelphia.

Shankland's American fashions for the spring & summer of 1852, 100 Chestnut St. Philadelphia.

William Heaton, rubber goods of every description, 503 Chestnut St., Philad'a.

[Unidentified African American girl]

A luxury fleet featuring newest pullman refinements at low travel cost! Pennsylvania Railroad [graphic] : Broadway Limited (All-Room Train). The General New York-Philadelphia-Chicago. "Spirit of St. Louis" New York-Philadelphia-St. Louis. Liberty Limited

Shankland's American fashions for the fall & winter of 1854 & 5, 100 Chestnut St. Philadelphia.

Life in Philadelphia. Fancy Ball. [graphic] / [Clay], fecit.

S.L. Miller, plain & fancy printer, Waldoboro, Me.

Ask for Bell Bros. Co.'s sheep-lined coats and ulsters. Manufactured by Bell Bro's Co. Dubuque, Ia.

Warburton, "the" hatter, 430 Chestnut Street.

[Universal Fashion Co. trade cards]

Wallace & Sons, manufacturers of the eagle pin, superior to all others in quality and finish.

I. Oakford & Son, hatters, 28 South Eighth Street, Philadelphia.

[Gunnis, Barritt & Co. trade cards]

Compliments of Sichel & Meyer, 50, 52 and 54 N. 8th St., Philadelphia.

Costume des Quakers

Turquie. J. Chambers, real laces, No. 810 Arch Street, Philadelphia.

Edward Casperson, boot and shoe maker, No. 3647 Woodland Ave. (formerly Darby Road.)

Fashions. Fall & winter. 1852-3, S.A. & A.F. Ward no. 62 Walnut St. Phila.

Views of a wedding ceremony.

Gallant capture of a ladys wardrobe by the brave troops of Florida [graphic].

A Surinam planter in his morning dress [graphic] / Blake sculpt.

A mulatto woman of the Gold Coast [graphic] / W. Hutton del. ; J. Clark sculpt.

Le Hottentot [graphic].

[Unidentified African American woman]

[Unidentified African American boy in sailor suit]

[Portrait of an unidentified older man, who is blind, facing slightly right] [graphic].

[Three-quarter length portrait of an unidentified man, standing] [graphic].

[Half-length portrait of an unidentified, seated woman] [graphic].

[Full-length portrait of an unidentified, seated girl] [graphic].

[Full-length portrait of an unidentified, seated boy] [graphic].