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A fourth day morning view of Friends Meeting House on Cherry Street. Philadelphia. [graphic] / Drawn on stone by W. L. Breton.

[Twelfth Street Friends Meetinghouse, 20 South 12th Street, Philadelphia] [graphic].

Frankford Friends' Meeting House postcards.

Meeting house at Fairhill, Philadelphia, Pa.

Byberry Friends' Meeting House, first house of logs, erected 1692; second of stone, in 1714; rebuilt in 1753; present house built 1808.

Friends' Meeting House, 12th Street below Market, Philadelphia, built 1812, Friends' Institute at the left, built 1892.

Hicksite Friends' Meeting House, N.E. 9th & Spruce. Since demolished.

Green Street Friends Meeting House postcards.

Friends' Meeting House, 4th and Arch Streets postcards.

Friends' Arch Street Centre, 304 Arch Street, Philadelphia.

[Byberry Friends' Meeting House.] [graphic].

A Monday morning view of Friends Meeting House and Academy, Philada. Forty years ago.

A fourth day morning view of Friends Meeting House on Cherry Street, Philadelphia.

[Frankford Friends Meeting House, 1500 Orthodox Street, Philadelphia, Pa.] [graphic].

Friend's Meeting House. Race Street, Philadelphia.

Friend's Meeting House. (Side elevation).

Friend's Meeting House & School. Race St. East of 16th.

The old court house & Friends Meeting

The old court house & Friend's Meeting.

Our Meeting-house from W. [Germantown] [graphic].

Our [Germantown Friends] Meeting House, [47 W. Coulter Street], E. corner, [Germantown] [graphic].

Arch St. Meeting House. Arch above 3rd. [Philadelphia] [graphic].

Arch St. Meeting House, from a little nearer Arch St. than last, [Philadelphia] [graphic].

Friends' Meeting House 4th & Arch Sts., Phila. [graphic].

Philadelphia in the olden time.

Philadelphia in the olden time.

Girard Street & 12th St. & Friends' meeting house in the distance, Philada.

Free Quakers meeting house. On the southwest corner of Fifth Street. Benjm. Tucker's schools, for many years, were kept in upper portion of this building. [graphic] / Photograph by Richards.

Friends' Pine Street meeting and school house. On the south side of Pine Street, east of Second Street. The gable end of the large double house southeast corner of Second and Pine St., in perspective. [graphic] : In olden times, this last named house, was

Arch Street Bridge at Front Street ; Friends' Bank Meeting