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[Interior view of factory showing industrial machinery patented by Samuel Harrison]

Philadelphia Machinery Company, 1819 to 1827 Montgomery Ave., Philadelphia, Penna.

ASSU Illustration 4753

Fairmount Machine Works, office, 2106 Wood Street, Philadelphia, Penna.

Machinery Hall - South Avenue from West End

Machinery Hall - South Avenue - April 13

Machinery Hall - South Avenue from East End

Machinery Hall - North Avenue from East End

Machinery Hall - North Avenue Looking East

Henry Tolman, dealier in railway, machinists', engineers' and general supplies, also machinery and tools, No. [228] Arch Street, Philadelphia.

Geo. Rehfuss & Sons, mech. eng's, manufacturers of light machinery of every description. Dental and surgical instruments. Inventors of special machinery, Tiernan Street, below Wharton, Philadelphia, Pa. Residence, 1316 S. Broad St.

Robert Reid, machinist, 42, 44 & 46 E. Canal Street, below Front, Philadelphia, Pa.

Eagle Iron Works. Hoff & Fontaine, founders, and manufacturers of steam engines, patent steam stocking presses, pumps, patent hoisting machines, pulleys, hangers, couplings, shafting and mill gearing, general machinists, boiler makers & millwrights, No. 1

Charles Diedrichs, manufacturer of braiding, cord, & whip machinery, & machinery in general, No. 31 Vine St., Philadelphia.

Matthew H. Fifield, machinist, light "special" machinery and models. Also tools for jewelers, silversmiths, dentists and sheet metal workers, No. 3015 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

A.G. Brooks, machinery exchange, 261 N. Third Street, Philadelphia, Pa., U.S.A.

The Union mower.

Souvenir calendar and memorandum book. Compliments of McCormick Harvesting Machine Co. Chicago, Ill. [graphic].

Machinery Hall - North Avenue - April 1

Transept - Machinery Hall

Pump Annex - Machinery Hall

Machinery Hall - South Avenue Looking East

Machinery Hall - Russian Section

Women's Pavilion from Gallery

Steam Fire Engine Exhibit - Machinery Hall

Ice Yacht - Machinery Hall

Homer Brothers' Exhibit - Machinery Hall

Corliss Engine - Machinery Hall

Machinery Hall - Pump Annex

C. Schlickeysen's Exhibit - Machinery Hall

Scales Exhibit - Machinery Hall

Locomotive "Dom Pedro" - Machinery Hall

Machinery Hall - Transept - March 10

Verviers Section - Machinery Hall

Snediker & Carr, practical engineers and general machinists, manufacturers of light machinery, cutting, forming and stamping dies. Power summer fans for offices, hotels & restaurants. Shafting, pullies and hangers furnished and put up at short notice. 925

Henderson & Brother, 1906 Sansom St., Philadelphia.

Catalogue of articles in the Machinery Department, : to be sold at public sale on Friday morning, July 1st, 1864, at 11 o'clock, at the Great Central Fair Building. ...

Chambers, Bro. & Co., manufacturers of folding machines, also, machines that fold, paste and trim periodicals, 52d Street below Lancaster Avenue. Philadelphia. (Means of access, over.)

Rogers' patent broadcast seeder : patented January 19th, 1864. This machine is the simplest of its kind now in use, ... These machines are kept constantly on hand and for sale by the undersigned proprietor for Ohio. County and state rights for sale. / Mos

The Farmer Mower. / J. Pine, patentee, Troy, N.Y. Patented May and October, 1864. This machine will be repaired and extras furnished to agents and others desiring them, at the Troy Machine Shop ... Do not throw aside you old machine for a new one, for I w

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

Spinning room - Winding bobbins with woolen yarn for weaving, Philadelphia, Pa.

Mount Joy Car Manufacturing Co.

Machinery Hall - South Avenue looking east.

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

The beginning and the end of life (hold the picture 1 foot away for life and 20 feet for death.) Presented by William Deering & Co. Chicago, Ill. Grain & grass machinery.

Alfred Jenks & Son's machine works, Bridesburg.