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Females hoeing [graphic].

Harvest in Wanyamézi [graphic].

Coke burning - Alleghenies.

P.9260.423

Tobacco - Virginia

On a Virginia turnpike

Cotton plantation scene.

Digging potatoes with modern machinery

Frank & his darkies. A wagon load of beets just in from the field

Cotton pressing in Louisiana [graphic] / A Hill del. ; Peirce sc.

Tobacco plantation [graphic].


[Men husking corn]

Portable type 'G' stone loader, Field, Barker & Underwood, Philmont, Pa.

New Pennsylvania Hospital for the Insane building, Pa.

[Employees of the Philadelphia Grain Elevator Company's Twentieth Street elevator]

New Pennsylvania Hospital for the Insane building, Pa. [graphic] / Langenheim.

New Pennsylvania Hospital for the Insane building, Pa.

[East River Pier 20, New York, N.Y.]

[N. Helverson undertaker, 93 Coates Street, Philadelphia]

[William P. Cresson's foundry, Willow above Thirteenth Street, Philadelphia]

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

[Artist's study for an unfinished house in Chesnut [sic] Street. Philadelphia] [graphic].

An unfinished house, in Chesnut [sic] Street Philadelphia [graphic] / Drawn Engraved & Published by W. Birch & Son ; Sold by R. Campbell & Co. No. 30 Chesnut [sic] Street Philada. 1800.

[An unfinished house, in Chestnut Street Philadelphia] [graphic] / Drawn Engraved & Published by W. Birch & Son ; Sold by R. Campbell & Co.No. 30 Chesnut [sic] Street. Philada.

Cornelius & Baker, 181 Cherry Street, Philadelphia. Manufacturers of lamps, gas fixtures etc.

Decatur Street from Jones Hotel [graphic].

[Silas McMinn residence, Lake Idaho?]

Picking cotton

Sandeago - Cuba

"Dat corn takes a might site a hoe'in"

[Construction at Ninth and Sansom streets]

Emancipated slaves can take care of themselves [graphic].

[African American construction crew installing a utility pole]

[Group portrait of brick masons]

[Construction of railroad tracks in Philadelphia, September 6, 1922]

[Working plaster sculpture of D.C. French and E.C. Potter Columbian Exposition statue of African American teamster with work horse]

[Philadelphia Bourse construction]

[Construction crew near railroad tracks, July 8, 1904]

Picking cotton [graphic] / J.W. Orr N.Y.

Carrying cotton to the gin [graphic] / J.W. Orr N.Y.

Cotton gin -- Ginning cotton [graphic].

[714-716 N. 10th Street, Philadelphia] [graphic].

[William Newell. Store. No. 3 So. Water Street, Philadelphia]

The Bergner & Engel Brewing Co., Philadelphia.

[Donnelly's steam patent match manufactory, Linden Street near the Stone Bridge, Philadelphia]

[Jordan & Brother, wholesale grocers, No. 121 North Third Street, Philadelphia.]

Alexander Young, grain distiller, South Street, above Fourth, Phila.

Hood & Noblitt. No. 121 Nth. 10th St above Race, Philadelphia

Pascal Iron Works, Morris Tasker & Morris

[James S. Mason & Co., 108 North Front Street, challenge blacking, ink &c. manufactory]

[P. Maison's biscuit bakery, 134 N. Front Street, Philadelphia.]

Uncle Ned's school [graphic].

Building the bridge to the Trinidad. No. 1 [Bermuda] [graphic].

[Building the bridge to the Trinidad. Bermuda] [graphic].

[Building the bridge to the Trinidad. Bermuda] [graphic].

Trinidad leaving dock, landing stage being taken down, [Bermuda] [graphic]

Quarries near Pitt's Bay. Men with tools. [Bermuda] [graphic].

Gas well, Butler Co., Pa.

Jacob Riegel & Co., importers and jobbers of dry goods. No. 333 Market, & Nos. 25 & 27 North 4th Street, Philadelphia

Joseph J. Cana[v]an morocco factory Philadelphia. [graphic].

[Morocco leather manufactory, B. D. Stewart, S.E. corner of Willow Street and Old York Road, Philadelphia]

Rosengarten & Sons, Manufacturing Chemists, Philadelphia.

[Piper & Andrews, warm air furnace manufactory. Cooking ranges. 82 North Sixth Street, Philadelphia]

H. B. McCalla, successor to the late Andrew McCalla, No. 252 Market St. First hat & cap store below 8th St. south side, Philadelphia.

Chew house, Germantown.

[Forrest Theatre prior to demolition for the construction of the Fidelity-Philadelphia Trust Company building at the southeast corner of Broad and Sansom streets, Philadelphia ]

Pennsylvania Rail Road Co. connecting bridge at Girard Ave.

[African American worker at a work site near the Trenton Elevated Railroad Bridge in Philadelphia.]

Whann's Super Phosphate Manufactory. Walton, Whann & Co., proprietors. Wilmington, Delaware, office, Front & Market sts.

Whann's Super Phosphate Manufactory. Walton, Whann & Co., proprietors. Wilmington, Delaware, office, Front & Market sts. [graphic] : Daniel Fields, general agent for the Southern states.

[Benjamin H. Shoemaker, French Plate Glass Depot, 205-211 North Fourth Street, Philadelphia, Pa.] [graphic].

The sea and the ships.


Robert Wood's steam iron railing works, Ridge Road above Buttonwood St, Philadelphia.


John Bancroft, Jr. soap and candle manufactory. No. 19, Wood St. betw. 2nd & 3rd Sts. & Vine and Callowhill Sts. Philadelphia.

Robert Wood's railing, architectural & ornamental iron works, Ridge Road below Spring Garden St., Philadelphia.

F.A. Poth Brewing Company, Philadelphia.

Elevation plan of Granite St. buildings and those connecting with Walnut, Dock and Front Streets.

Bennett & Co. Tower Hall, clothing bazaar No. 182 Market St, between Fifth & Sixth. Philadelphia.

Cornelius, Baker & Co. manufacturers of lamps, chandeliers, gas fixtures etc.

Keystone Marble Works. S. F. Jacoby & Co., Market St. betw. 20th & 21st Philadelphia.

Franklin Iron Works. Sutton & Smith's iron foundry, Franklin Street between Second and Front Streets, Philadelphia

Mount Vaughan

Down where

[T. Wattson & Sons, biscuit bakery, 129 North Front Street, Philadelphia]

[Lewis Fatman & Co., blacking manufactory, steam friction matches manufactory, back of No. 412 Coates Street, Philadelphia]

[J. Mayland, Jr. & Co. tobacco & snuff manufactory. Segars, foreign & domestic. Wholesale grocers, N.W. corner of Third and Race Streets, Philadelphia]

S. Tobias, importer & general dealer in wines, liquors, cordials and syrups, No. 68, North 3d. Street, above Arch, Philadelphia.


[Print specimens depicting African Americans from the Thomas Richardson and American Bank Note Company scrapbook]

Sugar Cane plantation

Foering & Thudiums cheap stove ware-house. [graphic] / W.H. Rease, No. 17 S[out]h 5[t]h St.

[Lewis Fatman & Co., steam paste blacking, steam friction matches, 41 N. Front Street, Philadelphia]

Christopher Gallagher. Wholesale liquor dealer.

[Wine & liquor store. Charles Egner 10 North Third Street, Philadelphia]

Laying passenger stage out to the Orinoco, from forward spar-deck of vessel, [Bermuda] [graphic].

[Laying passenger stage out to the Orinoco, From forward spar-deck of vessel, Bermuda] [graphic].

Laying passenger stage out to the Orinoco. From forward spar-deck of vessel, [Bermuda] [graphic].

Aultman, Miller & Co., Akron, O. U.S.A. A happy New year, 1890. [graphic].

Scrapbook of Engravings, Lithographs, and Photographs

The wood-cart.

The draymen.

West Philadelphia Sadiron Works, M.L. Keen & Brother, Proprietors.

George W. Watson coach & harness maker. Philadelphia.

Bridesburg Manufacturing Company.

Centennial commemoration at Philadelphia [ticket]

[Southwark Coffee & Spice Mills. J. O. Thornley.]

Martin Landenberger & Co.

[Engravings]


Arch Street ferry, Philadelphia [graphic] / Drawn, Engraved & Published by W. Birch Springland near Bristol Pennsylvania 1800.

Penn's tree, with the city & port of Philadelphia, on the river Delaware from Kensington [graphic].

[Arch Street ferry, Philadelphia] [graphic] / Drawn, Engraved & Published by W. Birch & Son; Sold by R. Campbell & Co. No. 30 Chesnut [sic] Street.

Gottleib Hartung's wine & lager beer hall and restaurant. Importer of Rhenish and Neckar wines, No. 512 Race St., Philadelphia.

La Roche & Stahl florist shop, 1237 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia

Link-Belt type "CF" loader furnished to Baugh & Sons Company, Philadelphia, for handling acid phosphate to power operated buggies.

[22nd Street, west side north of Market Street, Philadelphia]

The port, Philadelphia. Loading ships from cars.

[Broad Street Station fire, Philadelphia, June 12, 1923]

[Broad Street Station fire, Philadelphia, June 1923]

[Aftermath of the Broad Street Station fire, Philadelphia, June 1923]

Type "C" loader with swiveling belt conveyor storing coal at University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia

[Charles J. Webb Company float during a parade along a Philadelphia street]

[Construction on Market Street between 17th and 18th Streets, Philadelphia, July 8, 1904]

Scenes on a cotton plantation [graphic].

Lacey & Phillips.

Moyer & Hazard, successors of Alexander Fullerton, 174 Market Street, fifth door above Fifth Street, Philadelphia [and] Elijah Bowen, wholesale & retail hat & cap store, No. 176 Market Street, Philadelphia.

Foering & Thudiums cheap stove ware-house.

Potter & Carmichael, oil cloth manufacturers warehouse, No. 135, North Third Street, Philadelphia.

To the depot.

John Hibler, importer & wholesale dealer in foreign & American wines & liquors. No. 56, North Third Street, (second door above Arch,) Philadelphia.

Idle talk.

H.S. Tarr monument, &c. marble mantle manufacturer.

The coal-cart.

Burton & Laning. Manufactory: 6th Street above Camac.

Abbott & Lawrence. Liberty Stove Works, Brown Street above Fourth St. Philada.


Black Diamond File Works illustrated price list.

Safe-Harbor Iron [Works, Reeves,] Abbot & Co. Philada.

Cornelius & Baker, Philadelphia. Cherry St. manufactory, (court yard view). ; Columbia Avenue & 5th St. manufactory.

Melloy & Ford, wholesale tin ware manufacturers.

McNeely & Co. manufacturers of morocco, buckskin & chamois, white leather, bark tanned, sheep, calf & deer skins, parchment, vellum &c. 64 N[or]th 4th. St. below Arch St. near the Merchants Hotel, Philadelphia. Manufactory 4th & Franklin Aven[ue]


Wm C. Rudman's Philadelphia pale ale on draught, warranted for from all pernicious drugs and alcoholic admixture, Brewery, 121 Green Street, Northern Liberties.

T. I. Dyre, Jr. bell & brass founder, corner of Washington & Church Streets, Philadelphia.

[Wm D. Parrish, book bindery, paper & rag warehouse, paper books and stationery, 4 North Fifth Street, Philadelphia]


[A. H. Eckhardt. Soap & candle manufactory, No. 326 N. Second Street, Philadelphia]

Evans, Card & Fancy Printer. Office, Fourth St. below Chestnut, cor. of Library St. Philadelphia

[Cherry St. Factory (court-yard view.)]

[John Ziegler, grocer, N.W. corner of Callowhill and Water Streets, Philadelphia]

Bridesburg Machine Works. Alfred Jenks & Son, manufacturers of cotton and wool carding spinning and weaving machinery, shafting and millgearing, Bridesburg post office Philadelphia.

Hart, Montgomery & Co. Successors to Isaac Pugh & Co. Manufacturers and importers of paper hangings, No. 118 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. Manufactory N.E. Cor. Schuyl[kill] Front & Wood Streets

[Jacob Emerick importer and wholesaler, dealer in china, glass & Queensware, No. 215 North Third Street. Philada. 4 doors below Callowhill St. east side. Packing warranted.]


Harrison Brothers' white lead works & chemical laboratory, Philadelphia.

City Marble Works and Steam Mantel Factory. Corner Tenth and Vine Streets Philadelphia. J.E. & B. Schell.

[John Horn, drugs and chemical store, N.E. corner of Third & Brown Streets, Philadelphia]

Melloy & Ford, wholesale tin ware manufacturers. [graphic] / On stone by W. Rease, No. 17 Sth 5th St.

Lacey & Phillips. [graphic] / Drawn on stone by W.H. Rease No. 17 So. 5th St., Philda.

John Hibler, importer & wholesale dealer in foreign & American wines & liquors. No. 56, North Third Street, (second door above Arch,) Philadelphia. [graphic] / On stone by W.H. Rease, 17 So. 5th St., Phila.

Cedar Hollow Lime Company. Depot 900 Jefferson Street.

McNeely & Co. manufacturers of morocco, buckskin & chamois, white leather, bark tanned, sheep, calf & deer skins, parchment, vellum &c. 64 N[or]th 4th. St. below Arch St. near the Merchants Hotel, Philadelphia. Manufactory 4th & Franklin Aven[ue] [graphic

Hart, Montgomery & Co. Successors to Isaac Pugh & Co. Manufacturers and importers of paper hangings, No. 118 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. Manufactory N.E. Cor. Schuyl[kill] Front & Wood Streets [graphic] / On Stone by W.H. Rease, 17 So. 5th St.

City Marble Works and Steam Mantel Factory. Corner Tenth and Vine Streets Philadelphia. J.E. & B. Schell. [graphic] / Rease & Schell's Lith., No. 17 So. 5th St., Philda.

Dr. George Stuart's botanical syrup and vegetable pills, the greatest family medicine in the world.

[Evans, Card & Fancy Printer. Office, Fourth St. below Chestnut, Philadelphia]

Bank of the United States, in Third Street Philadelphia [graphic] / Drawn, Engraved & Published by W. Birch & Son.; Sold by R. Campbell & Co. No. 30 Chesnut [sic] Street Philada.

New Lutheran Church, in Fourth Street Philadelphia [graphic] / Designed & Published by W. Birch Enamel Painter 1800.

Girard's Bank, late the Bank of the United States, in Third Street Philadelphia [graphic] / Drawn & Published by W. Birch Enamel Painter 1800.


Link-Belt "D" loader handling coal from R.R. car to wagon in yard of Hamilton Coal Co., Wilmington, Del.

[Collection of business correspondence of S. R. Van Duzer, wholesale druggist, New York]

Henry Simons. Wagon & U.S. national coach works. Philadelphia

West Philadelphia Manufacturing Cos. Starch & Farina Works. Chestnut & Bridgewater Streets, Philadelphia. Refined pearl starch & corn farina.


Wood & Perot's ornamental iron works. Philadelphia.

Evans, Card & Fancy Printer. Office, Fourth St. below Chestnut, Philadelphia

H. S. Tarr's marble yard, no. 274 Green St. above Seventh Philadelphia Pa.

J.W. Paxson & Co. Philadelphia.


West Philadelphia Manufacturing Cos. starch & farina works.

[Brown, Frederick & Kunkel, clothing warerooms, 41 North Third Street, Philadelphia]


[J. & J. Reakirt, wholesale druggists and importers of drugs, chemicals, paints, dye-stuffs, &c. &c. S.E. cor. of Third & Callowhill Sts., Philada.]

Henry Simons. Wagon & U.S. national coach works. Philadelphia [graphic] / W.H. Rease N.E. cor 4th. & Chestnut Sts.


Grigg Block, North Fourth Street, Philadelphia.

Grigg Block, North Fourth Street, Philadelphia. [graphic] / W.H. Rease, No. 17 1/2 South Fifth Street.

Ches[t]nut Street, [west from 13th Street], Philadelphia

[Collection of billheads of pharmaceutical firms and related businesses, United States, 1852-1878]

[Collection of billheads of pharmaceutical firms and related businesses, United States, 1845-1879]

The election day in Philadelphia

Looking east on Market St. from above 8th St., Philadelphia.

[Collection of billheads of pharmaceutical firms and related businesses, United States, 1886-1899]

Portrait album of well known 19th-century African American men of Philadelphia

Portrait Album of Well-Known 19th-Century African American Men of Philadelphia

Heroes of the colored race

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