Series of titled views include "Crucifixion," "Mount Moriah and Tower of Antonia," "Mount Moriah, with Mount Olives as background of Temple," "Lower Part of Mount Zion, with Mountains of Moab in the distance," "Central portion of Mount Zion," "Herod's Palace and Towers," "Western View, Ruins of Caravensary," "Western View," "Northern View, with Shepherd's Cottage and Road to Damascus," "Northern View, with Caravensary and Illuminated Well," and "North-eastern view, with Grotto of Jeremiah". Images depict the crucifixion of Christ on a barren plateau outside of the city and include Roman soldiers, pilgrims, merchant caravans, donkeys and camels, and a cottage., Title and photographer's imprint from series label pasted on verso. Includes eleven numbered titles in the series list (No. 1-11)., Orange curved mounts with rounded corners., Cataloging funded by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (PW-506-19-10), 2010-2012.
R. Newell & Son
Library Company of Philadelphia | Print Department stereo - Newell - Theaters and halls [P.9900.1-11]
Bird's eye view from City Hall tower looking north showing the cityscape surrounding Broad Street. Identifiable buildings include Masonic Temple (1-33 North Broad, built 1868-1873, James H. Windrim, architect); the Arch Street Methodist Episcopal Church (1344-1348 Arch, built 1869, Addison Hutton, architect); First Baptist Church (northwest cor. Broad and Arch, built 1856, Stephen Decatur Button, architect); Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts (118-126 North Broad, built 1872-76, Furness & Hewitt, architects); Offenbach's Garden, carriage depository or bazaar, formerly the site of the Philadelphia & Reading Railroad Depot (southeast corner of Broad and Cherry Streets); cyclorama building that displayed the Battle of Gettyburg in the early 1890s (northeast corner of Broad and Cherry Streets); Hahnemann Medical College (230 North Broad); and Roman Catholic High School (301-313 North Broad, built 1890, Edwin Forrest Durang, architect). Horse-drawn vehicles on Broad Street are also visible., Title printed on mount., Photographer's imprint printed on verso., Buff curved mount with rounded corners., Cataloging funded by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (PW-506-19-10), 2010-2012., Gift of J.F. Dallet.
Kilburn, B. W. (Benjamin West), 1827-1909
Library Company of Philadelphia | Print Department stereo - Kilburn - Views [P.9418.2]