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Allen's Furniture Warehouse, Philadelphia. [graphic].

Eugene Roussel's celebrated mineral waters in glass botttles for hotels, families & shipping

[Dickson & Co.] Watches, fine cutlery, jewellery,

Main Building--from west gallery looking n[orth]

[C. F. Mansfield. Paper hangings. Wholesale and retail, 275 South Second Street, Philadelphia]

Wm. H. Richardson steam manufactory

[T. E. Chapman, book store and book bindery, 74 North Fourth Street, Philadelphia]

[Wm. W. Clark, drug & chemical warehouse, 16 North Fifth Street, Philadelphia]

[Western Paper Hangings Establishment, 501 Market Street, Philadelphia.]

[Philada. & New York Pekin Tea Company, N.W. corner of Callowhill and Sixth Streets, Philadelphia]

[Garden & Brown, silk & fur hat manufactory, 196 Market Street, Philadelphia]

[Robert Shoemaker's wholesale & retail drugstore, corner of Second and Green Streets, Philadelphia]

O.N. Thacher, wholesale & retail hat, cap, & fur ware-house Nth Third St. No. 40 opposite the City Hotel Philadelphia.

[J. C. Jenkins & Co. grocery and tea store, S.W. corner of Chestnut and 12th Streets, Philadelphia]

[James Lane's stove store, No. 218 North Third 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.

[Lockwood & Smith, importers and dealers china, glass and Queensware, 7 South Fourth Street, Philadelphia]

[Francis Field & Francis, importers & dealers in tin plate & tinsmans furniture, importers & manufacturers of saddlery hardware, tin ware, tin toys & japanned wares, no. 80 Nth 2nd St., Philadelphia]

[Ritter Cotterell & Ritter wholesale drug & chemical warehouse. Paints, oils, glass & dye stuffs. 132 North Third Street, corner of Branch Street, Philadelphia]

Charles C. Oat's lamp store No. 32 North Second St. Philadelphia.

[Thos. Minford. Wholesale & retail grocery & tea warehouse, s.w. corner of Second and Walnut Streets, Philadelphia]

Benevolent institutions.

[Philadephia Bank building]

[Joseph Feinour & Son stove store and Joseph Feinour's tin, copper brass & iron ware house 213-215 South Front Street, Philadelphia]

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.

[Womrath & Neville, manufactory of fringes, tassels, cords & c. & Geo. F. Womrath, fur store, 15 & 13 North Fourth Street, Philadelphia]

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

[Hartley & Knight's bedding warehouse, 148 South Second Street, Philadelphia]

[Charles Gilbert's stove manufactory, 249 North Second Street, Philadelphia]

Melloy & Ford, wholesale tin ware manufacturers.

[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]

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

Eagle Hotel, No. 139 North 3rd. Street Philadelphia.

[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.]

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

[Taylor & Teese, saddlers and A. R. Chambers, currier, 67 & 69 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.]

[T. Sharpless & Sons, wholesale ware room, clothes, cassimeres, merinoes, silks and vestings and Pekin Tea Company, South Second Street and Trotter's Alley, Philadelphia]

Penn Hotel & Denny's harness shop.

[George Mecke cabinet maker and upholsterer, No 355, North 2nd St. nearly opposite Tammany St. Philadelphia.]

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

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

Interior views of Franklin Institute Exhibition, 1874.

Goodyears Rubber, Packing & Belting Company.