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Kunzman & Hall, practical lithographers, no. 216 1/2 Walnut Street Philadelphia.

Schnabel & Finkeldey, lithographers, 218 Walnut St., Phila.

Fall & winter 1882-83. Potsdamer & Co. General lithographers & printers, publishers of lithographic advertising specialties, 243 & 245 South Third Street.

E. Ketterlinus & Co., plain and ornamental printer and lithographers, no. 40 North Fourth St., Philad'a.



F. Moras, lithographer, 109 Sth Fourth St. Philadelphia.

David Chillas Lithographer, 50 S. 3rd St. Philada.

Edward Stern & Co., printer and lithographer. 125 & 127 N. Seventh St. Philadelphia. Bookmarker.

Edward Stern & Co., printer and lithographer. 125 & 127 N. Seventh St. Philadelphia. Bookmarker.

T. Sinclair & Son. Lithographic establishment. Philadelphia.

Edward Stern & Co., printer and lithographer. 125 & 127 N. Seventh St. Philadelphia.

E. Ketterlinus & Co. label printers, no. 40 North Fourth St., Philadelphia.

Edward Stern & Co., printer and lithographer. 125 & 127 N. Seventh St. Philadelphia.

T. Sinclair & Son. Lithographic establishment. Philadelphia.

E. Ketterlinus & Co., letter-press and lithographic printers, no. 40 North Fourth St., first door above the Merchant's Hotel, Philadelphia.

Thos. Sinclair & Son, general lithographers. 506-508 North St. bet. Arch.

M.H. Traubel & Co., successors to F. Kuhl, lithographic institute, 46 1/2 Walnut, Phila.

Fall & winter 1882-83. Potsdamer & Co. General lithographers & printers, publishers of lithographic advertising specialties, 243 & 245 South Third Street.

Commercial lithography of Theo. Leonhardt & Co., 324 Chestnut St. Philadelphia.



Graf Brothers, lithographers, 125 North Fourth Street, Philadelphia, Pa.

Of the old firm of P.S. Duval & Son, and late of Duval & Hunter, S.C. Duval, lithographer, 401 Ranstead Place, above Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. [over.]

Wagner & McGuigan's steam lithographic printing establishment no. 4 Athenian Buildings, Franklin Place Philadelphia.

Specimens lithography , engraving and printing establishment of Augustus Kollner, designer, engraver & lithographer, copperplate & lithographic printer. Phoenix block, corner of Second & Dock streets, Philadelphia.

Routes of the two parades by the soldiers and sailors, Friday, October 2d, 1868.

[Major & Knapp Lith. Co. specimen trade cards]

Lehman & Bolton steam power lithograph & letter press printing rooms. Nos. 418, 420 & 422 Library Street, Philadelphia. Opposite Post Office.

J. Hoover, pictures and frames, 628 Arch St., Philadelphia.

Jacob Haehnlen's lithographic & fancy printing establishment, No. 125 South Third Street, directly opposite Girard Bank, Philadelphia.

Commercial lithography. Theo. Leonhardt & Son, s.e. cor. 5th & Library sts. opposite Drexel Building, Philadelphia.

Ehrgott & Forbriger, practical lithographers. s.w. cor. of 4th & Walnut sts., Cincinnati, O.

Ehrgott & Forbriger, practical lithographers. s.w. cor. of 4th & Walnut sts., Cincinnati, O.

Ehrgott & Forbriger, practical lithographers. s.w. cor. of 4th & Walnut sts., Cincinnati, O. [graphic].

[Specimen sheet for Theodore Leonhardt & Son, Commercial Lithographers 922 Locust Street Philadelphia, PA.]


Lehman & Bolton. Steam power lithographic & letter press printing rooms. Nos 418, 420 & 422 Library Street. Opposite Post Office.

[Major & Knapp Lith. Co. specimen trade cards]


W. Boell, practical lithographer and engraver, 311 Walnut Street Philadelphia.


Compliments of Burk & M'Fetridge, printers & lithographers, 304 Chestnut, Philadelphia.


Lehman & Bolton steam power lithographic & letter press printing rooms. Library Street, Goldsmith's Hall. Opp. Post Office, Philadelphia.



Stein & Jones, printers & lithographers, no. 320 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.


Breuker & Kessler lithographers, engravers & printers. S. W. corner 7th & Chestnut sts. Philadelphia. Particular attention paid to all kinds of commercial engraving.

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