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[Conrad & Roberts hardware & cutlery, 123 N. Third Street, Philadelphia] [graphic] / Drawn on stone W. H. Rease, 17 So. 5th St. Phila.

[Newmarket hardware, cutlery and nail store, 244 South Second Street, Philadelphia] [graphic] / James Queen del.

F. Leaming & Co. hardware, nail, steel, hollow-ware & looking glass store. No. 215 Market Street. [graphic].

Bowlby & Weaver's hardware store No.77 Market Street Philadelphia. [graphic].

[Oestmann's Hardware Store, Germantown Ave. and Coulter Street.]

Newmarket hardware, cutlery and nail store, 244 South Second Street, Philadelphia

[F. Leaming & Co. hardware, nail, steel, hollow-ware & looking glass store. No. 215 Market Street]

Bowlby & Weaver's hardware store No.77 Market Street Philadelphia.

Samuel H. Bibighaus, importer and dealer in hardware, cutlery, steel, &c., No. 216 North Third Street, six doors above Race, Philadelphia.

[Main Street, 4300 block with patriotic bunting, Manayunk] [graphic].

Philadelphia, from Lapierre House.

John Orr's Cohocksink's leading hardware store, 2033 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia.

[Row of buildings with funeral decorations for President Lincoln, Philadelphia, April 1865]

[Row of buildings with funeral decorations for President Lincoln, Philadelphia, April 1865] [graphic].

Philadelphia, from Lapierre House.

[Conrad & Roberts hardware & cutlery, 123 N. Third Street, Philadelphia]

F.X. Brenner, manufacturer and dealer in stoves, heaters, ranges and builders' hardware, tin and housefurnishing goods, No. 1621 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia.

Market Street, [above Fourth Street], Philadelphia

[Stereoscopic view of a portion of Market Street, Philadelphia, looking west, embracing the cupola of the Market House]

[Stereosco]pic view of a portion of Market Street, Philadelphia, looking west, embracing the cupola of the Market House

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