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[William Newell. Store. No. 3 So. Water Street, Philadelphia] [graphic] / On stone by A. Hoffy.



Interior View of L. J. Levy & Co's Dry Goods Store, Chestnut St. Phila.

C. Hughes, dry goods and trimmings, No. 1128 Pine Street, Philadelphia. Dress making and knife pleating done at short notice.


"The Pride of Nottingham"

"The Pride of Nottingham"

"The Pride of Nottingham"

Darlington, Runk & Co. Hosiery & underwear for fall & winter 1879 [pocket cicrular]

[Jones & Fisher trade cards]

F. Pulaski & Co., 1026 Chestnut St.

Wm. Menke & Bro. Dress trimmings. 804 Arch Street, Philadelphia.

Dale, Ross & Withers, importers & jobbers of silks & fancy goods, 219 Market St & 42 Commerce St, Philadelphia.


Regine. I.S. Custer, Son & Co. Philadelphia.


Mrs. Geo. M. Baker, stationery, fancy goods, &c. 987 N. Second St.

[A. & J. B. Bartholomew trade cards]

C.R. Woodward, 305 South 13th Street, Philadelphia.

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

[Cooper & Conard trade cards]



Compliments of Quinlan & Fisher, 816 Arch Street.


J. M. Hafleigh & Co. Retail dry goods. No. 1012 & 1014 Chestnut St.

[Shoneman Bros. trade cards]

[Rosenbaum & Co. trade cards]

Bought of Edwin Hall, no. 28 South Second St., silks, shawls, dress goods, cloths, mourning goods, furnishing goods, gloves, hosiery, embroideries, laces, white goods &c.

Dale, Ross & Withers, importers & jobbers of silks & fancy goods, 219 Market St & 42 Commerce St, Philadelphia. [graphic] / S.D. Button, archt.

[German Peace Jubilee procession at the 600 block of Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa., May 15, 1871]

[Wanamaker & Brown trade cards]

[Strawbridge & Clothier trade cards]

Mrs. Swasey, 340 N. Eighth St., Philada.

Kaufman's, 25 N. Eighth St., Philad'a.

[John Wanamaker & Co. unidentified location trade cards]

"Palais Royal." Siedenbach & Cohen, fancy goods, laces, gloves and trimmings, S.W. cor. Eighth and Filbert Streets, Philad'a.

Rapson's trimmings and zephyrs, 132 N. Eighth Street, corner of Cherry St.

[Francis Bond trade cards]

[Marks Bros. trade cards]

John Mustin, Jr., S.E. cor. Arch & Seventh, Philad'a. Military yarns.


Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, from Eighth to Ninth, north side.

Market Street, [above Fourth Street], Philadelphia

[German Peace Jubilee procession passing the 600 and 700 blocks of Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa., May 15, 1871]

Chestnut Street - east from Continental Hotel.

Second & Chestnut Streets

[German Peace Jubilee procession at the 600 block of Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa., May 15, 1871]

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