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Barbara A. Townshind Silhouette Album

Barbara A. Townshind silhouette album [graphic].

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

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

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

Normandie.

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

[Views of Saint Domingue] [graphic].

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

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

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

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

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

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

The Philadelphia dandies. A group of fashionables. "Shoot folly as it flies."

The Philadelphia dandies. A group of fashionables. "Shoot folly as it flies." [graphic] / Kensett, sculp.

Master of ceremonies, Frank Shantz.

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

[Shankland's American fashions]

[Shankland's American fashions]

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

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

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

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

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

[Gunnis, Barritt & Co. trade cards]

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

[Unidentified African American girl]

Le Hottentot [graphic].

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

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

[Unidentified African American boy in sailor suit]

[Unidentified African American boy in sailor suit]

[Unidentifed African American man]

Life in Philadelphia. "Is Miss Dinah at home?" [graphic] / Chas. Hunt, Sc.

Life in Philadelphia. "Is Miss Dinah at home?"

Promenade in Washington Square.

Costume des Quakers

Promenade in Washington Square. [graphic].

[Universal Fashion Co. trade cards]

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

Views of a wedding ceremony.

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

Warburton, "the" hatter, 430 Chestnut Street.

Fashions for fall & winter 1856-7 by A. F. Ward no. 125 Chestnut Street Philadelphia

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

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.

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

[Charles W.R. Smith trade cards]

[J.H. Richelderfer trade cards]

Harrison's columbian Hair Dye

[Jones & Fisher trade cards]

Chinese Gent and Lady.

Philadelphia Paris & New York fashions for spring & summer of 1867, published and sold by F. Mahan, no. 911, Chestnut Street Philadelpiha.

Fashions for spring and summer 1847 by S.A. & A.F. Ward, no. 62 Walnut Street Philada.

Paris, New York & Philadelphia fashions for fall 1852, published and sold by F. Mahan, no. 211 Chesnut Street, Philadelphia.

The secret out at last. Why Mrs. Brown has such a perfect figure.

[P.R. Hansbury & Co. trade cards]

F. Pulaski & Co., 1026 Chestnut St.

Theo. Leonhardt & Son. Importers of cards, 324 & 326 Chestnut St. Philadelphia.

J. P. Buggy, palmoral [sic] skirts. Manufacturer.

Black and white beaux [graphic] / A. Hervieu del. ; Lith. of Pendleton.

Copy photograph of African American nanny

[Unidentified young African American woman]

[Unidentified young African American woman]

[Unidentified young African American woman]

[Unidentified young African American woman]

Hottentote [graphic].

Dracht en wapening der Hottentots = Les armes et habits des Hottentots, aupres le Cap de Bonne Esperance. [graphic] / A Leide, Chez Pierre vander Aa.

Dracht en wapening der Hottentots = The Hottentots clothing and their dress. [graphic].

Solomon Northup in his plantation suit [graphic] / Coffin.

[Unidentified young African American woman]

[Unidentified young African American woman]

[Portrait of five African American men attired in uniforms, probably band uniforms] [graphic] / Harry A. Webb, 112 & 114 Nth. 9th St. Philadelphia, Pa.

[Unidentified African American man in militia uniform] [graphic] / Cheston's 227 Lombard St., between 2d and 3d, Philadelphia.

Life in Philadelphia. "What de debil you hurrah for General Jackson for?" [graphic] / Chas. Hunt, Sc.

Life in Philadelphia. "What de debil you hurrah for General Jackson for?"

Life in Philadelphia. "What de debil you hurrah for General Jackson for?"

Life in Philadelphia. "What de debil you hurrah for General Jackson for?"

Life in Philadelphia. "What de debil you hurrah for General Jackson for?"

Life in Philadelphia. "Shall I hab de honour to dance de next quadrille...?" [graphic] / Chas. Hunt, Sc.

Life in Philadelphia. "Shall I hab de honour to dance de next quadrille...?"

Life in Philadelphia. "How you like de new fashion shirt...?" [graphic].

Life in Philadelphia. "What de debil you hurrah for General Jackson for?" [graphic].

Life in Philadelphia. "What de debil you hurrah for General Jackson for?" [graphic] / Chas. Hunt, Sc.

Life in Philadelphia. "Is Miss Dinah at home?" [graphic].

Life in Philadelphia. "What de debil you hurrah for General Jackson for?" [graphic] / Chas. Hunt, Sc.

Life in Philadelphia. A black ball. La pastorelle. [graphic] / W. Summers, Del.; C. Hunt, Sc.

Life in Philadelphia. A black ball. La pastorelle. [graphic] / W. Summers, Del.; Chas. Hunt, Sc.

Life in Philadelphia. A black ball. La pastorelle.

Life in Philadelphia. A black ball. La pastorelle.

Life in Philadelphia. A black tea party.

Life in Philadelphia. A black tea party.

Life in Philadelphia. A crier extraordinary. [graphic] / W.S.; C. Hunt, Sc.

Life in Philadelphia. A crier extraordinary.

Life in Philadelphia. A crier extraordinary.

Life in Philadelphia. A black tea party. [graphic] / W. Summers, Del.; Hunt, Sc.

Life in Philadelphia. A crier extraordinary. [graphic] / W.S.; C. Hunt, Sc.

Life in Philadelphia. A black tea party. [graphic] / W. Summers, Del.; Hunt, Sc.

[Portrait of Elizabeth Berry in a coat and hat] [graphic].

Life in Philadelphia. "What de debil you hurrah for General Jackson for?" [graphic] / [Clay], fec.

Life in Philadelphia. "Is Miss Dinah at home?" [graphic] / C[lay], fecit.

Life in Philadelphia. "How you like de new fashion shirt...?" [graphic] / [Clay], fecit.

Life in Philadelphia. "Well brudder what 'fect you tink Morgan's deduction...?" [graphic] / C[lay], fec.

Life in Philadelphia. "How you like de new fashion shirt...?"

Life in Philadelphia. "How you like de new fashion shirt...?"

Life in Philadelphia. "Is Miss Dinah at home?"

Life in Philadelphia. "How you find yourself dis hot weader Miss Chloe?" [graphic] / Engd. by Chas. Hunt.

Life in Philadelphia. "How you find yourself dis hot weader Miss Chloe?"

Life in Philadelphia. "How you find yourself dis hot weader Miss Chloe?"

Life in Philadelphia. "How you find yourself dis hot weader Miss Chloe?"

Life in Philadelphia. "How you find yourself dis hot weader Miss Chloe?" [graphic].

Life in Philadelphia. "How you find yourself dis hot weader Miss Chloe?" [graphic] / Engd. by Chas. Hunt.

Life in Philadelphia. "How you like de new fashion shirt...?" [graphic] / Chas. Hunt, Sc.

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

Life in Philadelphia. "Good evening Miss..."

Life in Philadelphia. "Good evening Miss..." [graphic] / Chas. Hunt, Sc.

Life in Philadelphia. Fancy Ball.

Life in Philadelphia. "What de debil you hurrah for General Jackson for?" [graphic] / [Clay], fec.

Life in Philadelphia. "What de debil you hurrah for General Jackson for?" [graphic] / [Clay], fec.

Life in New York. "Shall I hab the honour of glanting...?"

Life in New York. The rivals.

Costume guerriers Japonais.

[Textile labels advertising Ginghams, and Balmoral skirts]

Philadelphia fashions, spring & summer 1845, by S. A. & A. F. Ward no. 62 Walnut St.

[Unidentified African American man with a dog]


Life in New York. "Shall I hab the honour of glanting...?" [graphic].

Life in New York. The rivals. [graphic] / Printed by C. Ingrey, 310 Strand.

J. P. Buggy, palmoral [sic] skirts. Manufacturer. [graphic].

[Textile labels advertising Ginghams, and Balmoral skirts] [graphic].

Two of the killers.

Star-braid and Fleisher's worsted yarns.

Paris, New York & Philadelphia fashions, for spring & summer 1855. Published and sold by F. Mahan, no. 211 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

Fashions by S.A. & A.F. Ward, spring & summer 1850, no. 62 Walnut St. Philad.

Joe Michl

Native American woman standing in wooded area, Philadelphia.

Compliments of Hershey Baking Co., York, Pa.

[Read's Grand Duchess Cologne trade cards]

Life in Philadelphia. "Well brudder what 'fect you tink Morgan's deduction...?"

Fashions, fall & winter, 1850-1, by S.A. & A.F. Ward, No. 62 Walnut St., Philadelphia.

A. Heinman men's furnishing goods, No. 140 No. Eighth Str. Philadelphia.

Fashions for spring and summer 1854 by S. A. & A. F. Ward, no. 100 Chesnut [sic] Street Philadelphia, Pa.

Fashions for fall and winter 1853-4 by S. A. & A. F. Ward, no. 62 Walnut St. Philadelphia, Pa.

Compliments of the West End Clothing House, 1634 Market Street, Philadelphia. J. Kuh; prop'r.

[Wm. T. Hopkins trade card]

O. B. De Morat, photographer, No. 2 South Eighth St., Philadelphia.

I'se a dude!

Philadelphia fashions, fall & winter 1845, by Samuel A. Ward & Asahel F. Ward, no. 62 Walnut St.

[P. Madeira trade cards]

Philadelphia, Paris & New-York fashions, for spring & summer 1854.


[M.A. Fritsche trade cards]

Fashions for fall and winter 1848-9 by S.A. & A.F. Ward, no. 62 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa.

Specimen of crayon work for Theo. Leonhardt & Son. Lithographers. 324 & 326 Chestnut St. Philadelphia.

J. Sandberg with J. Simon, dealer in ready-made clothing and gent's furnishing goods, no. 429 North Second Street, East side, Philadelphia.

The Philadelphia Wagon manufactured by Rech-Marbaker Co. Girard Ave & 8th St. Philadelphia Pa.

Compliments of Lehman & Bolton, lithographers, printers, publishers. 715, 171, 719 Arch Street. Philadelphia.

Illustrations for the Berlitz Method [graphic].

Fashions by S.A & A.F. Ward spring & summer No. 62 Walnut Philada. 1852.

Philadelphia, Paris & New-York fashions, for spring & summer 1861. Published and sold by F. Mahan, no. 720, Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

Fashions. Fall & winter. 1851-2. By S. A. Ward & A. F. Ward, no. 62 Walnut St. Philadelphia.

Philadelphia fashions fall & winter 1847 by Samuel A. Ward & Asahel F. Ward, no. 62 Walnut St.

Philadelphia, Paris & New-York, fashions for fall & winter 1858-9. Published and sold by F. Mahan, no. 720 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

To Mrs. Amelia Bloomer.

Life in Philadelphia. Romeo and Juliet.

Life in Philadelphia. Sketches of character: At home. Abroad. [graphic] / Drawn on stone by H. Harrison; C. Ingrey, lithog. 310 Strand.

Life in Philadelphia. Sketches of character: At home. Abroad.

Sketches of character. Plate 2. At home. Plate 3. Abroad. [graphic] / Drawn on stone by E. W. Clay; C. G. Childs lithy.

Sketches of character. Plate 2. At home. Plate 3. Abroad. [graphic] / Drawn on stone by E. W. Clay; C. G. Childs lithy.

Life in Philadelphia. Romeo and Juliet. [graphic] / W.S.; C. Hunt, Sc.

Life in Philadelphia. "Shall I hab de honour to dance de next quadrille...?" [graphic].

Life in Philadelphia. "Shall I hab de honour to dance de next quadrille...?" [graphic] / Chas. Hunt, Sc.

Life in Philadelphia. "Shall I hab de honour to dance de next quadrille...?"

Life in Philadelphia. "Shall I hab de honour to dance de next quadrille...?"

Life in Philadelphia. An unfair reflection.

Life in Philadelphia. An unfair reflection.

Life in Philadelphia. Dark conversation.

Life in Philadelphia. An unfair reflection. [graphic] / Designd & drawn by W. Summers; Hunt sculpt.

Life in Philadelphia. Dark conversation. [graphic] / Designd & drawn by W. Summers; Hunt sculpt.

Life in Philadelphia. An unfair reflection. [graphic] / Designd & drawn by W. Summers; Hunt sculpt.

Life in Philadelphia. "Have you any flesh coloured silk stockings...?" [graphic] / C.

Life in Philadelphia. "How you find yourself dis hot weader Miss Chloe?" [graphic] / Clay, fecit.

Life in Philadelphia. "How you like de new fashion shirt...?" [graphic] / [Clay], fec.

Life in Philadelphia. "Shall I hab de honour to dance de next quadrille...?" [graphic] / [Clay], fec.

Life in Philadelphia. "Shall I hab de honour to dance de next quadrille...?" [graphic] / [Clay], fec.

Life in Philadelphia. "How you like de Waltz, Mr. Lorenzo..."

Life in Philadelphia. "How you like de Waltz, Mr. Lorenzo?"

Life in Philadelphia. "Is Miss Dinah at home?"

Life in Philadelphia. "How you find yourself dis hot weader Miss Chloe?"

Life in Philadelphia. "How you like de Waltz, Mr. Lorenzo..." [graphic] / Chas. Hunt, Sc.

Life in Philadelphia. "How you like de Waltz, Mr. Lorenzo?" [graphic] / Chas. Hunt, Sc.

Life in Philadelphia. "Have you any flesh coloured silk stockings...?" [graphic] / Engd. by Chas. Hunt.

Life in Philadelphia. "Have you any flesh coloured silk stockings...?" [graphic] / Engd. by Chas. Hunt.

[Wedding party] [graphic].

Life in Philadelphia. "Good evening Miss..." [graphic] / Monsr. [Clay], fec.

Life in Philadelphia. "Dat is bery fine, Mr. Mortimer..."

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