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A. McCoy's House Village Green

[Unidentified residence]

Mansion of Mr. William Young at Rockland, Delaware [graphic] : Built A.D. 1802 / F.D. Richards.

Stone residence. [graphic].

Unidentified residence. [graphic].

Stone residence. [graphic].

[Residence, exterior view, with Lydia S. and Jane L. Webster] [graphic].

[Cottage, with gardens] [graphic].


Habitation Nègre [graphic] / Dessine d'après nature par Mr. Douville et lithé par Noguès ; Lith. de Engelmann.

Retsilla - 1860.

Old farm building on the Pastorius Estate, back of the n.e. cor. of the Methodist Church at corner of Germantown Ave. & High Street. [graphic].

Pastorius Estate. Building on the estate. [graphic].

Livezy House (Wm. Rittenhouse, father of David.) (Livezey's Lane) Owned by Joshua Garsed. Built some time before 1745. Washington's headquarters, formerly known as the monastery of the Wissahickon. Bought by Livezey in 1800. 1940, Valley Green Canoe Club.

922 Clinton St., Phila. [graphic].

N. W. cor. Germantown Ave. & Logan St. Probably the Wachsmuth-Henry House, built 1760. [graphic].

The Ivy, Old York Road at Church Road, Ogontz. Oldest part built by Richard Wall in 1682. He came from Cheltenham, England in that year. It was one of the very earliest meeting houses in Philada. County & the only one now standing. [graphic].

5218 Germantown Ave. [graphic].

5222 Germantown Ave., Endt-Hansberry House. Theobald Endt, clockmaker owned it in 1766. [graphic].

John Bechtel House, 5226 Germantown Ave. [graphic].

House at foot of Neglee Hill just north of Loudoun. [graphic].

Toland House, 4810 Germantown Ave., built in 1734. At time of Battle of Germantown was home of Geo. Miller, an officer in the American Army, whose wife was forced to bake bread for British. Hotchkin says interior very interesting. Open stairway. Franklin

House on Main St., Germantown. [graphic].

Harriton, showing old pump. [graphic].

Harriton, built in 1704 by Rowland Ellis. [graphic].

[Livezey House, on the banks of the Wissahickon Creek at Livezey Lane, Germantown, Philadelphia.]

[Side view of residence.]

[Residence in Sellersville, Pa.]

[Residence in Sellersville, Pa.]

[Distant view of italianate tower of house, Audubon, N.J.]

[Rear view of dwellings from a hill.]

[John H. Webster residence, side view, 4834 Penn Street, Philadelphia, Pa.] [graphic].

[John H. Webster residence, 4834 Penn Street, Philadelphia, Pa.] [graphic].

Marsden Gateway, Chestnut Hill, Phila.

Old houses on the north side of Arch Street, west of Third and the new Hotel [graphic].

6305 Main St.

Jacob Knorr House, 1760, 6307 Main St.

Toland House, 4810 Main St., built abt. 1740. Home of Geo. Miller, an officer of Continental army.

Mehl House, 4817 Main St.

4821 Main St.

Ottinger House. Built 1781. 4825 Main St. Christopher Ottinger was a soldier in the Penna. line.

Wagner House, 4840 Main St., built 1747, hospital in Battle of Germantown.

Henry House, 1760. 4908 Main St. In 1828 bought by John S. Henry father of Alex Henry thrice mayor of Phila.

Edgar H. Butler's House, Main below High St. G'tn.

Morris-Littel House, S. east cor. Main & High St.

Dr. Dunton's house, 25 E. High St. A Pastorius house. Formerly stood on Main St.

Warner houses, 6021 & 6023 Main St.

John Bringhurst House, 1775-1795, 5219 Main St.

Home of Anthony Gilbert, "the Strong Blacksmith."

Ottinger House, Germantown, Philadelphia.